Ray White knocked out of A-grade touch ti­tle con­tention

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

Ray White will not de­fend their Whit­sun­day Touch A-grade ti­tle, mean­ing there will be a new win­ner af­ter years of dom­i­nance from the vet­eran team.

Ray White went down to Wolves on Mon­day night at the Whit­sun­day Sportspark, fall­ing 4-3 in an epic tus­sle.

The re­sult means Wolves will now play Young Guns for the A-grade premier­ship on Mon­day.

For years Young Guns have come close to win­ning the touch com­pe­ti­tion but they’ve tra­di­tion­ally been thwarted by Ray White.

This year only the Wolves stand in the way of a his­toric Whit­sun­day Touch tri­umph for Young Guns.

In other re­sults, Whit­sun­day Food over­came Amal­ga­mated 5-3 to ad­vance to the Bgrade de­cider against Gro­godiles.

Sim­i­larly, Heat­stroke is into their di­vi­sion’s grand fi­nal af­ter record­ing a dom­i­nant 10-3 vic­tory over High Fly­ers.

Heat­stroke now face Can’t Touch This.

Pre­sen­ta­tions for all three grades will take place af­ter the A-grade grand fi­nal, which starts at 7pm on Mon­day.

In other news, ju­nior touch will host their sea­son breakup on Mon­day from 5.15pm.

“We’d like all kids who have played to turn up,” Whit­sun­day Touch’s Justin But­ler said.

“There will be games, a sprint chal­lenge for each age group and a free sausage siz­zle for play­ers.”

For more in­for­ma­tion from Whit­sun­day Touch, visit their Face­book page at www.face­book.com/Whit­sun­dayTouch or call 0429 470 017.

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