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Despite tough opposition the Beez men’s team will play in the grand final in two weeks. Photo Kylie Robertson

Both of the Byron Beez senior teams booked their place in the Sunshine Conference competition finals after taking on the Bellingen Valley Braves at the Ballina Indoor Sports Centre last Saturday.

‘Both games were exciting, with the Beez teams taking the lead early and never losing it, although coming close at times,’ the club’s Jenny Ogle said.

The Beez men took out the win over the Valley Braves 89–67 to cement their position in the grand final, which will be held on Saturday 26th of November, the time and place to be announced.

The Beez women also took the win over the Valley Braves 61–49 to place them into the preliminary final next week, 19th of November against Lismore Storm at Lismore, time to be announced.

A win in this game will put them into the grand final also on the 26th of November.

‘We knew we had a competitive women’s Beez team for this comeback season and we’re very happy with their progress so far,’ Jenny said. ‘Everyone is welcome to come and support them next Saturday at Lismore.’


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