Mixed re­sults at weekly touch

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

WHIT­SUN­DAY TOUCH

LO­CAL play­ers hit the field de­spite the wet weather for an in­tense round of touch foot­ball at the Whit­sun­day Sports Park on Mon­day night.

Last year’s Whit­sun­day Touch pre­miers Ray White once again found the try line to post a solid 9-5 win over the Brah­mans in A grade, while Pow­ered by Mur­phy de­feated the Wolves 4-3, and Air­lie Mixed saw off Whit­sun­day Food in an­other close clash of 4-3.

The Box Heads, who were miss­ing many key play­ers, had a strong at­tack­ing for­ma­tion but went down to Go on Then 5-3.

New team to the B grade com­pe­ti­tion, Din­gos had an epic clash against the Jets with a close scor­ing game at half time.

Jets ul­ti­mately proved to be too good for the side and ran away with a 6-1 vic­tory.

An in­ter­cept af­ter the full time siren on Heat­stroke’s try line saw the side run the length of the field to score the fi­nal try and take out the 5-4 win over WRC.

In other games, the Boat­ies de­feated Nau­ti­cool 6-4, and a huge ef­fort from Eclipse, who were also short on play­ers saw them de­feat Amal­ga­mated 5-4.

All teams that have not paid team fees by Mon­day will not re­ceive the dis­count from $850 to $800.

Those need­ing to pay team fees should mes­sage the Whit­sun­day Touch Face­book page and a rep­re­sen­ta­tive will for­ward the ac­count de­tails to com­plete the pay­ment.

Teams that have not paid from this Mon­day will not re­ceive points un­til fees are paid in full.

The Whit­sun­day Touch com­pe­ti­tion will con­tinue to be held on the AFL field for the next four weeks un­til the bot­tom field is ready.

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