Thistle memorabilia

To celebrate the Lismore Thistles Soccer Clubs 50th year, former and present players and members are being asked to dig out any old items of club memorabilia gathering dust at the back of the wardrobe to be part of a display of club pride.

The collection will be displayed at Thistles clubhouse as part of a family BBQ day on September 30.

For information phone club president Paul Albertini on 6625 1615.

Female Hornets in short supply

Goonellabah Soccer Club has put out a call for more female players to help swell the ranks of their premier division womens side.

The Hornets have a highly competitive mens side and are trying to achieve the same standard in the ever-improving womens league, but have been hit by player losses.

Anyone interested should phone the club on 6624 4011.

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