The Oceania cup was held in Astonville over last weekend. The Brunswick Bees, formerly known as Bruns Babes Girls 13s, entered. We could only gather 10 players because of school holidays. This was a round robin in groups.
The AIS/FFA football program is renowned for producing the Socceroos of the future and Anthony Kalik is no exception. The 15-year-old midfielder made A-League history in August becoming the youngest player to sign a senior contract joining the Central Coast Mariners.
The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Womens Division 3 football team claimed their first Womens grand final win in the clubs history against undefeated Lennox Head 4-1 at Oaks Oval during the recent Far North Coast Football grand finals series.
A scoreless first half of to-ing and fro-ing saw both the Byron Bay Rams and the Lismore Thistles enter the field after the break anticipation the possibility of a win and ready to bring the match home in the Men's Premier League Reserve Grade final at Oakes Oval in Lismore.
Fine weather and competitive spirits were out at play over the weekend as Lismore and beyond hosted the Lismore Workers Club Masters Games, a biennial three-day event that attracts competitors ranked over the age of 30.
The Byron Bay Football Club took home the trophy on Saturday night after winning the Men's Premier League Grand Final at Oakes Oval against the Lismore Thistles 2–1.
A glorious day of football played out at Oakes Oval on Sunday as the Grade 12 to Grade 15 teams battled out their finals. The proved that the standard of football on the far north coast is really high and players and coaches should be really proud of their efforts.
Well, it's been a long hard road for the Shores United boys. They have copped some lop sided hidings over the years, but that all changed last Saturday at Oaks oval. To their credit the boys have stuck together through thick and thin, some of them since they were six.
One hundred and twenty kids from across the zone were selected to meet and play with the Melbourne Heart players, including football favourite Harry Kewell.
Gary Osbiston Expectations were high after their first win of the soccer season the week before. Another Bangalow team to play – could this be Brunswick’s first home win of the season? Captain Bracie led the Babes onto the field,... Read More →
Sue Nakkan After their valiant draw the week before, the spirits of the Brunswick Babes were high at football training last week. The girls were bubbling with enthusiasm in pre-game warm up and Captain Bracie led the 10 girls out. This... Read More →
Eve Jeffery Once upon a time the Merlyn (a title, not a name), would stand on a hill beside a field and watch two opposing sides beat the crap out of each other. These clashes always resulted in death,... Read More →