All players must attend next Tuesday to get fitted for their rep gear.more
All players must attend next Tuesday to get fitted for their rep gear.more
Player of the final went to Teearna Langbridge from Berkeley Vale. Well done.more
Click on more to see how they went about getting to be number 1 in NSW.more
They played against Wallsend in the final and were victorious 5 - 1.
Amy Regal was named player of the match.
Well done girls. You certainly are putting Berkeley vale Touch on the map in the women's division.
Next the Div 3 Vawdon Cup GF this weekend.more
12 Boys - Jim Knebel & Tim Shereb (Co Coaches)
14 Boys - Bruce 'Rocky' Fulmer
16 Boys - Rod Dillon
18 boys - Gary Edwards
10 Girls - Rachael Elcoate
12 Girls - Jodi Dillon (C), Kerry Boland (A/C)
14 Girls - Mark Bolland (C), Luke Kay (A/C)
16 Girls - Matt Sawyer (C), Shanie Singleton (A/C)
18 Girls - Edith Nathanmore
Any players who have yet to pay their rego fee will not have a shirt ordered until they have paid their rego fee.
Individual nominations are still being taken by contacting the operations Manager or by attending Junior Touch on a Tuesday.more
If you know of any business that would like to take up the opportunity to become involved with the Premier Junior Touch Club on the Central Coast and in the Hunter Region can you please get them to contact me asap for further details.
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Applications close on Friday 27th June and need to be emailed to the nominated email addresses on the application form.more
To find out who won the awards click on more.more
Click on more for results and further information.more
click on more for further informationmore
Next week will be the grand finals. The draw for this will be posted later tonight and on website.
Sorry about this but we can not control the weather plus we need to finish touch before the start of march as rugby league start all their training.more
All teams regardless of playing semi finals or not play each week up until Grand Final week 26th Feb.more
Our 10 Girls, 14 boys and 16 girls made the semi finals with 14 girls and 16 boys making the quarter finals. The 18 boys struggled with numbers but never gave up all weekend.
Well done to all teams.more
I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a merry xmas and a safe and happy new year. I hope Santa brings you everything you wished for. Enjoy your time with your families over the break.more
A pure Panther through and through forever….we love you Maree!!!
Service details will be provided at a appropriate time.more
Thanks to all those who trialled over the past three weeks. It was certainly a difficult job for the coaches to select the teams given the large number of talented and skilled players we now have playing touch.more
Please see attached details in relation to the last Level 2 Coaching Courses to be held in 2013more
As this is in the school holiday period we encourage any persons interested in attending to enrol ASAP. Nominations for the course will close on Wednesday 2nd Oct.more
Click more for further info.more
Click on more to see the match reports from the first three games as sent in by manager Amy Regal and coach Brooke Playford.more
three more Berkeley Vale touch players namely Jasmine Dillon, Kristen Kessler NSW u/15 all schools girls side and Brendon O’Hagan boys NSW U/15 made the NSW all schools teams.
They go to Darwin in October.
They were the only players selected from the Central Coast . Well done and congratulations from everyone at Berkeley Vale Touch.more
The Skills Development Day will be conducted by Berkeley Vale Touch's new Skill & Development Coordinator Edith Nathan. Edith brings a great deal of knowledge and skill to our club plus having recently represented New Zealand at the Trans Tasman touch tournament against Australia the skills and moves will be up to date. Edith will be well assisted by other well credentialed coaches within our club being Matt Sawyer (coach BV U/14 Girls), Jodi Dillon (BV Rep Coach) Brooke Playford (NSW schools coach & Selector) & Amy Regal (NSW State Player)
Players will learn up to date skills of touch which will assist them step up to the next level of rep touch and this will then help our club be even more competitive come next rep season.
Date: Wednesday 24 April 2013
Venue: Berkeley Vale Oval
Coaches: Edith Nathan, Matt Sawyer, Brooke Playford, Amy Regal and Jodi Dillion.
Players wishing to register their name for the skill Development Day must register by contacting Edith Nathan by calling or texting Edith on 0408771569 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be no cost involved for the day with lunch and drinks provided throughout the day.more
F1A - Pocket Rockets 3 v Speed Machine 5 (Div 1)
F1B - Individuals 1 v Midgets 2 (Div 2)
F3A - Magpies 6 v Bad Cats 3 (Div 3)
F4A - Young Guns 2 v Pebbles 2 (Pebbles win as first try scorer) Div 1
F4B - Individuals 2 v Magicians 3 (Div 2)
F1 - Grommits 0 v Boomaluckas 8 (Div 1)
F2 - Makka Pakkas 0 v Maggies 3 - (Div 2)
F3 - Jaguars 0 v Smurfs 4 (Div 3)
Under 16 Boys
F1 - Don't Touch Me 8 v Defqon Crew 5
Under 14 Girls
F2 - Chipmunks 7 v Just For Fun 6
Under 16 Girls
F1 - Touch Fusion 9 v Individuals 1
Under 14 Boys
F2 - Jiggy Jigs 2 v Choots 4more
A special congratulations to our four winning championship teams 10 Boys, 14 Girls,16 girls & 16 boys teams. To our 18 Girls & 12 boys teams well done on reaching the Final. The 10 girls were beaten semi finalist and were again very unlucky not to reach the final. To the 12 girls, 14 boys & 18 boys your efforts to reach the quarter finals has not gone un notice. To have all ten teams reach the final six in each age group is a great club effort. For all players & Coaches that played at the tournament for the first time, the experience they gained as a whole team on and off the field will only make them a better player/ coach as well as a team and will have a better understanding of what to expect at the Junior State Cup. As a club we had all 10 teams reach the Quater finals, 7 teams reached the semi finals and 6 teams made the finals coming out with four championship wins.
A big special thankyou to all the parents that helped out in the tent area, from cooking the BBQ, making rolls, setting up the tents and packing up and any other small duty that was caried out, without your help our club would not have been able to function the way it did. To all our Referees and to those that helped out refereeing on the weekend a big thanks for your efforts. It is a thankless job I know but we really appreciate the job you do.
The big news was yet to come because at the completion of the Tournament Newcastle were awarded the Club Championship trophy but after an enquiry into the points tally it was noticed that they left off the points from one of our age groups that won. After this was rectified and the points count re done the Berkeley Vale Club was again awarded the Club Championship shield for the sixth year in a row. Newcastle came a very close second this year with Wallsend coming in third. This was a great achievement and was a massive effort from such a small club and everyone involved in the club. This is a just reward for everyone's efforts over the weekend. We have certainly entrenched ourselves as the premier club in the Hunter Hornets area.
The State Cup is now less than two weeks away so teams will be hard at training fine tuning their games to take on the rest of the state and hopefully come away with a couple of State titles and then maybe go one step better then our third place in the Club Championship last year with the ultimate goal the Junior State Cup Club Champions.
BERKA BERKA BERKA OI OI OI
BERKA BERKA BERKA OI OI OI
Hope you all had a merry xmas and a great new year.
Please see below the results from the VII Annual 'Peak Sports' Central Coast Junior Touch Championships which was played at EDSAAC Oval, Bateau Bay on Sunday 16th December 2012.
Congratulations to all the winners and runners up along with all the teams who participated. I hope you got out of the tournament what you all needed to.
Well done to the Manly Club for winning the Club Championship for the 2nd year in a row. Also to the Berkeley Vale Club for winning the Most Successful Central Coast Affiliate for the 6th year in a row.
A big thank you to all the clubs for their participation on the day and the All Stars players for their donation to the Motor Neurone Disease Institute of Australia.
Thanks to Jason Stanton from Peak Sports for his continue support of this tournament. To all the many helpers that made this tournament so successful the Berkeley Vale Touch club really appreciates the time and effort you put into making the tournament as successful as it is. With 129 teams participating it surely was a great club effort.
Manly 4 def Muswellbrook 1
Manly 8 def Lower Blue Mountains 0
Manly 3 def Berkeley Vale 2
Manly 3 def Lower Blue Mountains 2
Newcastle 3 def Berkeley Vale 2
Manly 2 def Wests 0
Newcastle 4 def Parra Blue 3
Parramatta 6 def Manly 1
Peninsula 4 def Berkeley Vale 2
Ryde Eastwood 3 def Bankstown 2
Australia 5 def New Zealand 4
Overall Club Championship
Berkeley Vale 103
Lower Blue Mountains 65
Most Successful Central Coast Affiliate
Berkeley Vale 103
Central Coast Dolphins 16
Berkeley Vale Touch
The Berkeley Vale Touch Club was also one of four nominees for the Affiliate of the year in the Hunter Western Region along with Dubbo Touch who were the eventual NSWTA Affiliate of the Year winners.
The Berkeley Vale Club was extremely proud and honoured to have received the nominations which validates and recognises the hard work our volunteers have done over the years to get the club to its current standing within the touch community.
For further information or comment, please contact our Touch Operations Manager, Shayne, on 0407 208 769 or email email@example.com
15 boys NSWCHS - Scott Drinkwater & Brendan O'Hagan. 15 Boys NSWCCC - Sam Rouse
15 Girls NSWCHS - Chelsea Byrne, Maddison Crowe, Kirra Dibb & Shannon Rose
15 Girls NSWCCC - Jasmin Dillon, Kristen Kessler & Sarah Dimech
The 15 Girls NSW All Schools - Chelsea Byrne, Maddison Crowe, Kirra Dibb & Shannon Rose.
Open Girls NSWCHS - Kirra Dibb
Open Girls CHS - Brooke Playford Coach
NSW U/18 Development Team - Claire Reed & Isabelle Kelly.
Further information can by found by clicking more.more
There will also be a registration kit available that will have all the relevant information required about Junior touch for the 2012/13 season.more
The Central Coast Junior Touch Championships to be played on Sunday 11th December at EDSAAC Oval North & South, Bateau Bay have secured a major sponsor for this year. PEAK SPORTS have come on board as major sponsor. Jason Stanton and Peak Sports have been associated with this event for the past two years and have seen this tournament grow an have agreed to come on board as a major sponsor. Jason will be bringing a wider range of PEAK SPORTS shoes, clothing and apparell to this years tournament. Jason will also be organising an All Stars game on the day involving current NSW & Australian players to hopefully play against a All Star NRL player based team. This game will be a charity event for Save Our Sons charity which is for Duchene Musculer Distrophy disease with all proceeds going towards the charity. Berkeley Vale Junior Touch would like to thank Jason & Peak Sports for their Major Sponsorship of this event. The tournament will now be know as the PEAK SPORTS Central Coast Junior Touch Championships.more
click more for weekend report.more
There has been several changes in the processes and this information can and should be read by all members of Berkeley Vale Junior Touch.
Go to documents for more information.more
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WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU, THE MEMBERS OF OUR GREAT CLUBmore
A message will be on the website by 3pm if it is raining to let people know if it is on.
Kids like playing in the rain and since we only play a 12 week competition their is no spare weeks to play any washout games that is why we try to play as many games as possible even if it is raining.
It is up to you if you play in the rain or not and if your team has to forfeit.more