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Today Lismore City Council Mayor Steve Krieg has encouraged people to sign up for the 12th biennial Workers Masters Games, before registrations close tonight.

The Masters Games will be held from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 September and with over 1,000 competitors and 13 sports to choose from the Lismore Workers Masters Games is one of regional Australia’s biggest Masters Games.

Since its inception in 1999, the Lismore Workers Masters Games has gone from strength to strength. This year with so many sports on offer the Lismore Workers Masters Games is sure to be a success.

More than 1,000 individuals and 87 teams have already registered to compete across 13 different sports, with 43 per cent of people are first-time participants of the games – the sports available are golf, baseball, cricket, road cycling, fitness challenge, football, five-a-side, hockey, lawn bowls, netball, OZTAG, softball and pickleball.

Lismore Council says games are estimated to generate more than $400,000 for the local economy.

Registrations close at 11pm tonight – visit: www.lismoremastersgames.com.au to find out more


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