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More junior football in Mullum and Ballina

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Plenty of ball skills to learn this summer.

Just when you thought it was all over, you realise that too much football is barely enough. 

It’s that time of year again to sign up for the summer six-a-side competition in Mullumbimby.

The competition runs from October 17 for eight weeks on Wednesday nights from 5pm for players aged seven to 12 years old.

Up to ten players a team. 

Go to https:// mullumsoccer.weebly.com/ to register a team now or email [email protected] 

Girls Miniroos 

Following on from this season’s first ever girls-only leagues in the non-competitive age groups (4 to 11 years) Northern NSW Football is offering an eight-week girls’ summer program, starting October 22.   

Local Aldi MiniRoos girls summer programs will be run in Mullumbimby (Mondays from 4.30pm) and Ballina (Tuesdays from 4.30pm)

See: www.northernnswfootball.com.au/miniroos/miniroos-kick-off-for-girls/.


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