No­to­ri­ous is victorious

Central and North Burnett Times - - LOCAL SPORT -

MUN­DUB­BERA Touch As­so­ci­a­tion’s 2012 sum­mer sea­son has ended with two hotly-con­tested fi­nals.

In the B-grade fi­nal be­tween Stub­ble Foxes and Mitre 10, the Mitre 10 team, which strug­gled to at­tract a full con­tin­gent of play­ers all sea­son, put a strong team to­gether and proved the bet­ter side, win­ning 4–2.

It was a close game with the half-time score car­ry­ing through to full-time.

The A-grade fi­nal saw No­to­ri­ous and IGA Scrub­bers take to the field.

No­to­ri­ous were un­beat­able all sea­son and con­tin­ued the trend in the fi­nal, which they won 10-6.

Cas­sius Collins led a welldrilled team full of tal­ented Eids- vold young­sters who ob­vi­ously have a pas­sion for touch.

IGA Scrub­bers have also strug­gled with num­bers all sea­son, but the play­ers who did turn up were well skilled and played to the end.

It was a hard-fought and en­ter­tain­ing game with both sides giv­ing a great dis­play of skill.

Player of the 2012 sum­mersea­son fi­nal was Jemma Collins, best and fairest male – Cas­sius Collins, best and fairest fe­male –Mar­cia Bell (Missy), best and fairest ju­nior – Tyler West and best and fairest se­nior – Mark Trott.

Mun­dub­bera Touch As­so­ci­a­tion has suc­cess­fully reg­is­tered for the State Government’s Get Started fund­ing ini­tia­tive aimed at get­ting ju­niors aged from five to 18-years-old in­volved in sport.

Suc­cess­ful ap­pli­cants will re­ceive vouch­ers up to value of $150 to pay for reg­is­tra­tion fees.

Ap­pli­ca­tions must be lodged by Jan­uary 15. Con­tact Melinda Thor­burn 0427 951 795.

Photo: Sue Har­ris

NO­TO­RI­OUS WINS TOUCH: Eidsvold team, No­to­ri­ous won the A-grade touch com­pe­ti­tion fi­nals by de­feat­ing Mun­dub­bera IGA Scrub­bers.

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