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X NRL Players Exhibition game

Saturday 1st march at Berkeley Vale Sports Ground. Exhibition trial match – In support of the Star Light Foundation. Berkeley Vale Vs Terrigal, featuring numerous Ex NRL, SOO & Aus players in both sides. Day kicks off at 3.00pm U19’s Terrigal V Umina, 4.30pm 2nd & 3rd Div Berkeley Vale V Terrigal, then at 6.00pm 1st Grade Berkeley Vale V Terrigal.
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Grand Final results

Mixed GF results
6pm
Terrets Terrors 6 def The Jagger's 4 - Div 9
Hogs Breath 3 def Renegades 2 - Div 3
The Saints 4 def Get a Grip 3 - Div 6
Mooseknuckles 2 def Somersby Springs 1 - Div 8

6.45pm
Rusty Tin Buckets 5 def Young Guns 2 - Div 1
Pirates 3 def 41.33 1 - Div 4

7.30
YNP 1 def Untouchables 0 - Div 2
Wolfpack 6 def Beaten Favourites 4 - Div 5
Outkasts 4 def All stars 3 - Div 7more

semi final results

Click on more to find out all the semi final Mixed touch resultsmore

UPDATED Mixed Touch Semi Finals

Sorry all but I left off a team. Please see revised draw for next Thursday 20th February mixed semi finals. Changes effect time slot 6pm, 7pm, & 8pm and Division 9 & Division 2 only.
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Mixed Touch Will resume Thurs 23rd January 2014

Berkeley Vale Mixed Touch will resume back to normal on Thursday 23rd January. Please revert back to original draw in fixtures and results.I would like to wish every a merry xmas and and a safe and happy new year.more

Vale Maree Kelly

On behalf of the Berkeley Vale Mixed Touch Family we would like to extend our heart felt thoughts & condolences to the Kelly Family on the unexpected passing of a beautiful member of our close knit community, Maree.

A pure Panther through and through forever….we love you Maree!!!

Service details will be provided at a appropriate time.more

Div 1 Women's Vawdon Cup team

Berkeley Vale Panthers Womens Div 1 team playing in the Vawdon cup are currently running 2nd with one round to go. Next week they play Taren Point who are running 6th. A win here will see them finish as low as 2nd and will get week 1 of semi finals off.

Click on more to see the early games match reports from the first three games as sent in by manager Amy Regal and coach Brooke Playford.more

36 mixed teams finalised

The mixed competition now has 36 teams registered. There maybe a possibility to take four more teams.

Click on more to see the draft copy of what pool each team is in and further info for mixed and opens touch.

The draw will be finalise on the 10th October and then uploaded to the website.more

Hornets Regional Championships at Maitland

The Hornets Regional Championships are being held on the 26th & 27th October at Maitland Touch Fields. Nominations close this Friday 27th Sept. We are hoping to nominate a 20's boys and girls team. If players are interested can they please contact me urgently asap.
We will also be looking for suitable qualified coaches for both of these teams if they go ahead.more

Men's & Womens Touch Comp gains interest

Berkeley Vale Touch is hoping to run a open Men's & Women's competition. So far we have 3 teams in each of the men's and women's comp. Registration fee is $80 per player or $20 if you are already playing in a mixed or Junior team. This competition is open to anyone turning 15years or over in 2014.
All teams will be supplied shirts for these competitions as per the Junior comp.more

Last Snr Mixed Rego day Next Wednesday 18th Sept

On Wednesday we had a total of 7 teams register for the Mixed comp. Next wednesday is the final day to submit teams and get the discount rate of $900. Don't miss out. Only 32 teams in total. The 7 teams who registered this week, 5 of them are new teams.
Registration times are 6pm to 7pm at the Club house.more

Grand Final Results

Please see below the Results from this years Grand Finals. I must say that the grading committee for this years mixed competition have done a great job. You will notice that in every Mixed Grand final the margin was 1 touch down with two games going into extra time(drop off). Good job to the grading committee who ever you are. We will get you back again next season.

6.10pm
Mens Open - Wild Horses 2 def JET 0
F2 - Div 6 Midas Touch 6 def Hummers 5
F3 - Div 8 Individuals 4 def Get a Grip 3
F4 - Div 7 The Saints 1 def The Dereks 0

6.50pm
F1 - Div 5 The Untouchables 6 def 41.33 5
F2 - Div 3 Team Rocky 2 def Green Machine 1 (drop off)
F4 - Div 4 Youngsters 2 def Tumbie Gumbies 1

7.30pm
F1 - Div 1 Young Guns 4 def CCF&A Physio 3 (drop off)
F2 - Div 2 GT2 1 def Ramrods 0more

Mens Semi's results Tuesday 19th Feb

Results from semi finals (19/2/13).

6.00pm
Elimination Final 1
F1 - JET defeated No Chance by forfeit.

Consolation Grand Final
F2 - Dumbledores Army 8 defeated MooseKnuckles 2


6.35pm
Elimination Final 2
Young Guns 2 defeated by Wild Horses 3

Winners of both Elimination Finals will play in Grand Final on Thursday 21/2/13 at 6pm on Field 1.more

Mixed Semi Final Draw

Please see below for the semi finals for next week 14th February or alternatively go to fixtures/Results at the top of the page.
Any drawn game in the semi finals will be decided by who scores first. In the case of a nil all draw the team that finished highest on the points table will win the game and progress to the Grand Final. There will be no drop offs for the semi finals. Drop offs will only occur in the Grand Finals.

6.10pm
F1 - 41.33 v Loose Ends (Div 5)
F2 - Young Guns v Miletos Boys (Div 1)
F3 - The Saints v Bandits (Div 7)
F4 - Green Machine v Multiple Scoregasims (Div 3)

6.45pm
F1 - CCF&A Physio v Te Whanau (Div 1)
F2 - Angry Pirates v Team Rocky (Div 3)
F3 The Dereks v The Ring Ins (Div 7)
F4 - Midas Touch v Hoofhearted (Div 6)

7.20pm
F1 - Ramrods v Ruby & Jamie (Div 2)
F2 - Tumbi Gumbies v Renegades (Div 4)
F3 - Individuals v The Cocooners (Div 8)
F4 - Untouchables v Wolf Pack (Div 5)

7.55pm

F1 - GT2 v Easy Beats (Div 2)
F2 - JET v Youngsters (Div 4)
F3 - Bright Sparks v Get a Grip (Div 8)
F4 - No Chance v Hummers (Div6)more

Berkeley Vale Touch Operations Manager wins Administrator Award.

At the recent Annual NSWTA Blues Dinner held last Saturday night at Bankstown Sports Club, Berkeley Vale Rugby League & Sports Club Touch Operations Manager Shayne Hayne was awarded Administrator of the Year in the Hunter Western Region. This award capped off a memorable day with Shayne, along with Mark O'Hagan and Greg Jacklin being awarded Life Membership of the Berkeley Vale Rugby League & Sports Club at the Junior Rugby League Presentation earlier that day for his work done through Touch Football and for Junior League Club. Although Shayne didn't go onto win the Major NSWTA Administrator of the year, to be recognised as the best Touch Administrator in the Hunter Western area is a fantastic achievement for him and the Club. The Hunter western area is the largest Region in NSWT which stems from the east coast between Central Coast and Nelson Bay right through to Broken Hill.

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 touch@bvpanthers.com.aumore

Team registration forms

Please see attached the team registration forms for Mixed, Open Men's, Open Women's, over 40's and Family comp.more

Individual Registration form

All players must fill out an individual registration form and this must also be handed in at registration day.

 

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Grand Final results

Well another season of mixed touch over with. We made a few minor changes to the format and i think everyone seam to enjoy it with a lot more competitive games being played and not to many one sided score lines. We introduced an Open men's and Women's only comp this season which proved to be a very good success. Hopefully next season it will attract more teams and it will be played on a Tuesday night. Also the family comp was still a big winner with 5 teams participating in a tight competition. May I congratulate all teams for their participation this season as well as their sportsmanship shown throughout the whole competition. We didn't have very many complaints about any referees so that is a good base to start from. While talking about referees, a big thankyou to all our young referees and not so young referees who turned up each week to referee. To have triples on pretty much all games each week is a blessing for our competition and to our referees. A job well done to them all. Thankyou to everyone who helped out with the BBQ each week especially after xmas when there was no one rostered on to do it. Finally well done to all the grandfinal teams for the great display of touch that was shown on the night. Its a pity we have to have a winner and a runner up because everyone should consider themselves a winner this season. 

 

Family Comp

5.40pm - F1 - Franjolas 4 v Firebirds 1

Mixed & Opens

6.15pm


Div 5 Mixed - F1 - Team Rocky 4 v Renegades 1

Div 6 Mixed - F2 - Wolf Pack 3 v Hoof Hearted 5

Div 8 Mixed - F3 - Wii Unfit 3 v Freckles 4


7.00pm

Mixed Div 1 - F1 - Young Guns 4 v Te Whanau 5

Mixed Div 2 - F2 - J.E.T 5 v Angry Pirates 0

Mixed Div 7 - F3 - Unteachables 4 v G.Force 3

Mixed Div 4 - F4 - No Potential 3 v Tumbie Gumbies 4

7.40pm

Mens Open - F1 - Ramrods 3 v Lisarow Physio 2 (drop off 3v3)

Mixed Div 3 - F2 - Multiple Scoregasims 1 v Shallawallowingwong 2

Womens Open - F3 - Te Whanau  11 v Take 2 2

 

see you all next season

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Unregistered players

Attention all teams

Please be reminded that players are only permitted to play in one team in each of the Berkeley Vale Mixed, Family and Open Mens/Womens competitions. Not only that all players must be turning 17 in 2013 to be eligible to play. Teams found to be playing players under age or allowing players that are registered in other teams to play because they are short then they will gain penalty points. The points double each time this happens.

If a team is short then they must play short or forfiet. Once it is a forfeit then other players can play. If a team forfeits 3 games in a season then the team will be pulled out of the competition and there will be no refund.

If a team continually doesn't abide by the rules set down by the Berkeley Vale Rugby League & Sports Club then teams will be removed from the competition. No refund.

 

Please do the right thing by playing the correct age players and only the nominated registered players that were submitted on your team sheets.

I will be going around watching teams as well as the Referee's have been told to let me know if they see any under age players or players that they have seen playing two games on the night.

 

You will be caught.

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Grand Final Results

Here are the Grand Final results

Mixed Comp 

A-1 Young Guns 4 def Te Whanau 3

A-2 Ramrods 3 def OSB 1

B-1 Lisarow Physio 4 def Smurfs 3 (drop off down to 3 v3)

B-2 Ninja Kents 6 def Wombats 4

C-1 Multiple Scoregasims 5 def Tumbie Gumbies 1

C-2 Property Central 4 def Blue Steel 1

D-1 Bandits 9 def Kiwi Builders 1

D-2 Wii Unfit 8 def Civic Video 4

Family Comp

Franjolas 3 def Fired Up 2

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