Teams find the try line in weekly touch games

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


THERE were some big scores on the board of the weekly Whit­sun­day Touch com­pe­ti­tion as teams bat­tled it out to cross the chalk on Mon­day night.

Once again last year’s A grade pre­miers Ray White showed their skill to de­feat Box Heads 11-6, while Go on Then ran rings around Whit­sun­day Food post­ing an im­pres­sive 13-3 win over the side.

A gal­lant ef­fort was dis­played by the rugby league squad Brah­mans who played with four in­stead of six as they had no girls.

They showed stamina and de­ter­mi­na­tion to come away with the win over Pow­ered by Mur­phy 7-4, while the Wolves were also vic­to­ri­ous over Air­lie Mixed 4-0.

In the B grade com­pe­ti­tion, the Boat­ies were once again on form de­feat­ing the Din­gos 8-2, while Eclipse went down to Nau­ti­cool 5-3.

The two Whit­sun­day Chris­tian Col­lege teams Black­out and Heat­stroke faced off in an almighty bat­tle with Black­out com­ing away with a 10-5 vic­tory over the side.

In one of the fi­nal matches of the night, Amal­ga­mated kept 2PT (for­merly known as WRC) on the back foot to take out the match 10-7.

All teams are re­minded the fi­nal pay­ment of fees is due this Mon­day.

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.

A re­minder that teams who have not paid will not re­ceive com­pe­ti­tion points un­til the fees are paid in full.

IN AC­TION: Go on Then's By­ron Tay­lor looked to score dur­ing his team's 13-3 vic­tory over Whit­sun­day Food at the Whit­sun­day Sports Park on Mon­day night.

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