New teams enter touch draw
ALL teams hit the field for an action packed evening of fast-paced touch football at the Whitsunday Sports Park on Monday.
The competition is growing with two new teams Powered by Murphy in A grade and The Copper’s Team in B grade joining the draw.
In A grade Box Heads came away with a close win over Whitsunday Food 4-3, Go On Then continued their impressive form taking out Ray White 10-5, and Airlie Mixed wiped out Real Deal winning 6-1.
Jets defeated Amalgamated in B grade in a clean victory 6-2, Eclipse edged out Hardly Normal in their close clash winning 7-5, and Hamorent saw off The 140’s posting a 6-2 win.
Go On Then is on top of the A grade ladder, ahead of Ray White while Eclipse remains one point ahead of Hamorent in the B grade competition.
Touch football players from across Queensland will converge on the Whitsunday Sports Park for the Whitsunday Touch gala day on Saturday, September 14.
Whitsunday Touch Association president Mark Beale is expecting this year’s tournament to be the biggest and best yet and confirmed registration would remain open until September 12.
Full teams or players looking for a team can register at the Whitsunday Sports Park canteen.
All team fees for the regular competition are now due at $850 per team and 10 out of 12 teams have paid.
FOCUSED: Beau Browning kept his eyes on the prize at the Whitsunday campdraft event on Saturday morning.