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Winners crowned at the Bangalow Summer 6s

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The winners in the Bangalow Summer 6s football  have been decided after the competition played out its final games in the middle of December.

A total of 72 senior teams battled across four grades for the men, and five for women, to determine the victors. 

Winners: 

Men: Brown Snakes (A grade), Cut Snakes (B grade), Rookies (C grade), Cobber Johns (D grade).

Womens: White Tigers (A grade), Kewell Kats (B grade), Dragonflies (C grade), Girls with Balls (D grade), Chicks with Kicks (E grade).


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