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Byron Bay Red Devils fans will have to wait another two weeks to watch their top side play, but the club’s other teams had success when they travelled to Yamba to play the Lower Clarence Magpies last Sunday.

An under strength reserve grade had numerous U/18 players filling in and was losing early on, but managed to get an 18-18 draw.

The U/18s also had to rally back from being down a try to pull off a pretty good win finishing up 14–8.

The highlight of the day was the performance of the women’s tag team who came away winners 42-0.

The Red Devils next play at home on Saturday April 6 when they host the Evans Head Bombers. 

There are no NRRRL games this weekend as referees are undergoing training.


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