Red Devils launch 2010 season

Classy centre Clarence Kelly in action for the Red Devils in 2008.
Classy centre Clarence Kelly in action for the Red Devils in 2008.

Playing under new coach Simon Kelly, the Byron Bay Red Devils launch their 2010 campaign at home this Sunday against the Murwillumbah Mustangs.

Kelly has announced several off-season signings with Northern Rivers representative players Clarence Kelly and Chris Coleman joining the club.

Clarence Kelly will be remembered for his brilliant attacking feats during the Bay’s 2008 premiership season.

Stand-outs from last season, Brad Lees and Bill Lowrie have also returned to bolster the Bay’s attacking stocks while hooker Jamie Seaton and five-eighth Lloyd Bowen appear to be more than handy additions to the club.

The reserve grade, coached again by Rupert Worth and sponsored by Warren Simmons, kick off at 1.15 pm following the Winter Whales Big Swim.

The Red Devils first grade team, jointly sponsored by Byron Cellars and JHA Recruitment, has just added Club Byron as ‘watering hole’ sponsors.

Mullumbimby are away to Lower Clarence in the first round.

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