Strong leadership and sure-fire spot kicking from the Bangalow rugby team underpinned their 19–17 away win over Byron Bay in Far North Coast competition last Saturday. Despite running in three tries to one, the Byron Bay team could not contain... Read More →
Byron Bay have booked a place in the grand final by beating last year’s premiers Wollongbar-Alstonville on Saturday afternoon, 26–21. ‘It was without a doubt one of the best games of the 2016 season,’ Byron Bay’s Andrew Teuma said. Byron... Read More →
Andrew Teuma Byron Bay Rugby travelled to Albert Park, Casino, on Saturday to play against 7th-place Casino Bulls RUFC. After the bus trip Byron Bay were keen to get underway to complete a round of fixtures this season. Byron Bay... Read More →
It is acknowledged by most sports fans that contests are won and lost in the head as much as on the field...
Byron Bay Rugby Union has posted a massive win over Casino on Saturday with a 78–10 hiding of the Bulls. The Bay made the trip west with only 16 players owing to a number of its squad unavailable because of injury.
NSW Rugby Union Country Championship on the weekend with the Far North Coast (FNC) representative team making the long trip to compete in the two-day carnival. Byron Bay had a strong showing with five of our players – Aaron Shakeshaft,... Read More →
Byron Bay rugby’s season-defining road trip to Grafton was a major disappointment. The scoreline read 30–0 but in truth the Bay simply failed to turn up.
In a local derby blockbuster, all three of the shire’s union teams descended on the rec grounds in Byron Bay for a rainy day event on Saturday.
Byron Bay rugby were beaten 44–15 by First Grade front runners Wollongbar-Alstonville on Saturday. In a game of three parts, a feisty and competitive opening 10 minutes was followed by a spectacular five-try blitz by the Pioneers.
Byron Bay rugby has eased back into the top four after a nine-try 57–14 romp against Casino on Saturday.
A week is a long time in sport. After enjoying a record-breaking 78–0 win against Southern Cross University, Byron Bay rugby came back to Earth with a 53–10 loss to Lennox Head on Saturday.
Peter Griffin Byron Bay rugby have moved into the top four after a record breaking 78–0 win against Southern Cross University at the Rec Fields on Saturday. The 12-try romp is the biggest win by the Bay First Grade and... Read More →
Byron Bay were beaten 38–17 at home by Lismore in the third round of Far North Coast Rugby on Saturday.
Byron Bay Rugby took another massive step forward as a club with the staging of its first junior rugby game in almost 30 years.
Brett Hazlett from the Mullumbimby Moonshiners is one of our profiled players this week
Round one of Far North Coast Rugby was always going to be a heated exchange between Bangalow Rebels and 2013 premiers Lismore City.
There was a changing of the guard in Byron Bay’s thrilling 22–20 win against Ballina in the opening round of Far North Coast Rugby on Saturday.
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There appears to be some confusion around football terminology, particularly in relation to the codes of rugby league and rugby union.
The Moonshiners Rugby Club are ready to roll in 2014.
The annual Byron Bay Rugby Sevens was another sensational event at the recreation grounds. Hundreds of players, spectators, families and friends, superheroes, rockstars, and a penguin all converged on the hallowed fields in Marvell Street for the end-of-year cub outing for unionists.
The Mullumbimby Moonshiners took on the Iluka Cossacks at Lismore on Saturday for a crack at Lismore in next week’s President’s Cup Rugby Grand Final. The clubs have a long history of fierce but good-spirited competition. That was severely tested on Saturday.
Byron Bay rugby’s marvellous season has come to an end with defeat by Lismore in the First Grade Preliminary Final on Saturday. The grand achievement of finishing third in the club’s return to the top grade was in no way diminished by the 55–5 loss.
After only one game in five weeks the Mullum Moonshiners lined up on Saturday for a much needed hit out against fourth placed Ballina, Dean Trevaskis reports. The last game of the regular season had a mini-final atmosphere with Ballina... Read More →
Peter Griffin Byron Bay rugby has climbed to third on the First Grade table after a brave 28–19 win in Grafton on Saturday. It was the Bay’s tenth win from 14 outings in an already stellar season. The Bay started... Read More →