The Byron Bay Boardriders team celebrates its win in the A grade touch football finals.
The Byron Bay Boardriders team celebrates its win in the A grade touch football finals.

Touch title to Byron Boardriders

After an extended season due to wet-weather cancelled games, the Byron Bay touch football finals were finally played out last Wednesday night at Red Devil Park.
 
The A grade grand final was between defending champions the Werewolves and the Byron Bay Boardriders who completed the season undefeated.
 
The Werewolves were first to score with Yerin Brown showing his skills. This was followed by another Wolves try to Blake Eddington, giving them a 2-nil lead.

 The glory was short-lived with Boardriders scoring off an inside ball to Ben Donohue. After half-time Boardriders hit the front with Bryce Cameron steering his team around the field and keeping the pressure right on the Werewolves.

Boardriders ran out winners 5-4, with team member Steven Sleep named ‘Best & Fairest’.

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