Touch returns after school break
AIRLIE Touch returns to the Whitsunday Sportspark next week, following a two-week break for the school holidays.
Ray White leads the A-grade competition, while Airlie Mixed and Whitsunday Food are tied for top on the B-grade ladder.
Dingoes sit in first of all C-grade teams, closely followed by Blackout.
So far the season has proven to be an exciting one, with all 15 teams in contention in their respective divisions.
Teams are also reminded that if you don’t referee your timeslot, your team will lose two-points.
Games are played every Monday at the Whitsunday Sportspark in Jubilee Pocket.
In other news, junior touch will run every Monday until the end of the school term.
Airlie Touch runs competitions for under-7s, 9s, 11s and 13s, and all registered players receive a shirt.