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May 17, 2021

U/18 Red Devils settle for third place

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Cudgen capitalised on their first-half lead of 12–0 at and finished with four tries to one. 

The Devils came third in the comp after playing plenty of good football through the year. 

Cudgen takes on the Ballina seagulls for the premiership this Sunday at Kingsford Smith Park, Ballina.


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