Shootout sinks Rams

Byron Bay Rams finished on the wrong end of a penalty shoot out at Oakes Oval on Sunday night to see Goonellabah take out the Tursa Anzac Cup final.

The shoot out came after the two sides couldn’t be separated after 20 minutes of extra time with the score locked at 1-all.

It looked like it could have been the Rams night after going a goal up after only two minutes thanks to a curling ball from Tom Ruhl to Tim Knight who slotted it home.

Goonellabah struck back shortly before the break after a header was lobbed over Rams keeper Kai Connell.

Losing Sam Owens and defender Ian Lennie to injury didn’t help the Rams.

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