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Alvyn Caoyonan

ByronBay’s U/16 boy basketballers have qualified for the 2019 NSW Northern and Eastern Junior League finals in Gosford in late May. 

The team has had a solid season after stepping up into the Championship Division, finishing third behind Newcastle and Gosford City, 

While only having eight players all season, the boys have lifted their game to become genuine contenders. 

It will be a tough weekend of basketball as the top four teams are all capable of beating each other. 


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