Football continues to be Australia’s largest club-based participation sport by a wide margin with almost half a million more participants than AFL and more than twice as many as cricket. Rugby League and Rugby Union do not make the list... Read More →
John McKay In a contest for third place in the Summer Youth League the Spell and the Gypsy Collective Byron Bay Wildcats travelled to Lennox Head for their final game and came away clear winners. Both teams were sitting equal... Read More →
After finishing the regular season with grandfinal wins the Mullumbimby-Brunswick Valley Football Club’s top female players contested the Summer Youth League and enjoyed more success Head coach Jonathan Flantz and assistant coach Lee Scriven combined some of the most talented... Read More →
Kol Dimond As the sun begins to set on the 2017 football season Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club is already celebrating a terrific season of women’s football after boosting participation and delivering great results. For the first time in the... Read More →
The Great Northern Byron Bay Rams stepped up the challenge of two night games inside four days in fine style last week, with four masterful displays of quick, decisive football.
Girl-power owned Sunday footy at the Stan Thomson Oval as the Brunswick Valley Bulldogs and Murwillumbah Vulcans U9s and U13s girls season burst into life.
Saturday’s final round of the Football Far North Coast Premier League competition saw reigning poinstcore champions the Byron Bay Rams, finish the season with a comfortable 1–0 victory over Alstonville.
It was a successful weekend for Byron Bay FC with wins in all senior men’s and women’s grades.
The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club has become the sixth Football Far North Coast club to achieve National Club Accreditation.
The Byron Bay Rams took to the Ballina pitch on Saturday with a new sponsor and a new look for 2015.
The young up-and-comers of the SAE-Qantm Byron Bay Summer Youth League squad came into their own in round three of this year’s youth competition.
Mullumbimby girl Kiri Dale has shown such prowess at soccer that she will be touring the UK with the National U19 Football School Sport Australia team in January 2015. The U19 team will be playing ten matches over 22 days... Read More →
Damon Bell’s Park Hotel Byron Bay Rams have, for the second year running, battled their way into the grand finals of both the Premier and Premier Reserves Division.
The pendulum swung true on Saturday when the Park Hotel Byron Bay Rams travelled to Lismore to meet arch-rivals Lismore Thistles for the penultimate round of the 2014 season.
The Brunswick Breakers had an away game at Pottsville – another tough match. Captain Julia led the team out on this bright and very warm Sunday.
After football trials in Sydney, 12-year-old Max Lambie was selected from many budding Socceroos from all around Australia to be included in the Foxtel Allstar team that recently travelled to Florida for two weeks with Tim Cahil
The Bruns Breakers played won their first home game of the season at Brunswick Heads last round
After last week’s first loss of the season, to the Richmond Rovers, the Park Hotel Byron Bay Rams took to their home ground on Saturday determined to make amends.
Saturday’s inauspicious Round 13 of the Premier Division competition saw the Park Hotel Byron Bay Rams’ 12-game winning streak come to an end.
There has not been game between the Brunswick club and Mullumbimby club in the girls competition in years – they made up for it on the weekend
The Park Hotel Byron Bay FC Rams used their heads in overcoming a tenacious Ballina Seagulls in Round 12 of the Football Far North Coast Premier Division Championships on Saturday, with four of their five goals from headers
The Park Hotel Byron Rams continued their winning run on Saturday, with a comfortable Premier Division win over neighbours Lennox Head.
The Park Hotel Byron Bay Rams once again displayed their league dominance with a 20 goal spree over Tintenbar on Sunday.
The Park Hotel Rams emphasised their dominance of this year’s FFNC Championships with a comfortable win over Lismore last Saturday.
Story & photos Dog Whistle Billed as the ‘Match of the Season’, Sunday’s clash between top-of-the-table rivals, Byron Bay and Lismore Thistles was no disappointment. The reserve grade teams were fairly evenly matched, with Byron looking the stronger early in... Read More →