Red Devils are in a league of their own

DEVILISH: The newly formed Byron Bay Red Devils women's league tag team.
DEVILISH: The newly formed Byron Bay Red Devils women's league tag team.

THE Byron Bay Red Devils women's league tag team has had a busy season with three wins out of three so far in their competition.

The team is part of a push by the Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League to set up an 11-team women's competition next year.

The Red Devils competed in the first Women's League Tag Gala Day at Crozier Field, Lismore, in April and three members of the team have been selected for the NRRRL women's representative league tag team.

They were Tori Maxwell, Anna Toole and Mina Vanary, along with their coach Keegan Isbester, who was selected as assistant coach.

The team follows the men's team in its competition and plays the opposition women's team if they have one.

There are seven women's teams in the competition.

So far they have played teams from Ballina, Casino and Murwillumbah.

For more information contact the Byron Bay Red Devils.

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