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August 11, 2022

Season in balance for Red Devils

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Try time: U/18 Shaun Booth reaches for the line in his side’s 22–18 loss to Murwillumbah. Photo Deb Millgate.

The winning streak of the Byron Bay Red Devils came to an end on Sunday when they were beaten by Murwillumbah 40–32 playing at home.

The side will now have to win its last game of the regular season against Ballina, the minor premiers, if it wants to assure itself of a place in the finals.

The Byron club will also be hosting Ladies Day.

All the action at Red Devil Park from 12.30pm Sunday 11 August.


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