Fierce action at weekly touch comp
THE weekly touch football competition is heating up as all teams delivered top performances at the Whitsunday Sports Park on Monday night.
In A grade Airlie Mixed went down to Go On Then who ran away with the game 8-3.
Ray White dominated the Box Heads posting an impressive 12-6 over the side and Whitsunday Food was on fire taking out Real Deal 5-2.
In B grade Jets defeated The 140’s in a clean victory 6-3, Amalgamated edged out the current B grade leaders Eclipse in their close clash winning 5-3 and Hardly Normal saw off Hamorent 4-2.
Powered By Murphy and The Copper’s Team, now renamed Wolves, made the most of their bye with both teams back in action next week.
Go On Then has continued their run at the top of the A grade ladder, ahead of Ray White while Eclipse is on the top of their leader board for B grade, followed closely by Amalgamated.
Touch football players from across the state will be going head-to-head at the Whitsunday Sports Park for the Whitsunday touch gala on Saturday, September 14.
Registration for the gala event will remain open until Thursday, September 12.
Full teams or players looking for a team can register at the Whitsunday Sports park canteen.
Whitsunday Touch Association is planning to start a junior touch football competition in the final school term from 5pm to 6pm every Monday.
The competition will be open to all students from Year 1 through to Year 8.