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Mullumbimby Hockey Club still going strong after 90 years

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In 1932 the Mullumbimby Hockey team often held dances after the game. Photo supplied

The Mullumbimby Hockey Club has had a great start to the season and will be celebrating their 90th birthday on June 29.

The club’s reserve men’s side is in first position on the table, the division three women are in second position, while the division two women are now showing great promise after a slow start to the season.

The club will celebrate its 90th birthday with a dance at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club on June 29 and is still on the lookout for any club memorabilia.

All welcome. RSVP by June 22.

Contact Carol on 0419 046 776 or Pauline on 0432 429 896.


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