All those from Central Coast Touch, Avoca Rugby and Erina Rugby League are invited to the Club House from 2.00pm for a few drinks to celebrate the contribution Greg and his family gave to our sports.
Trials dates will be set by each coach depending on team interest. So if you are interested in playing /trialing please contact the coach.
Tournaments played in will also be determined by player availability. So contact the coaches asap.more
1 - Text message sent to team manager/delegate.
2 - Posted on our Facebook page.
3 - Posted on Twitter @CCoastTouch
4 - Posted on Instagram @centralcoasttouch
These processes will take place at 5.50pm
Always assume touch is ON unless you receive information through 1 of the 4 notification processes above.more
Click on more to see which division our members will be in.more
Mention you are a member of Central Coast Dolphins when you make your appointment to recieve a discounted rate on your initial appointment.more
Please do not message us if it has been raining asking if Touch is still on, as we do not have the time to respond to everyone's questions in a timely manner.more
Both Ben and Glen referee on a Monday night in our local competition, and it is good to see them rising through the ranks.
12 Boys = Leagues Club Park Sunday 25th October 1pm
12 Girls = Leagues Club Park Sunday 25th October 1pm
14 Boys = Leagues Club Park Sunday 25th October 3pm
14 Girls = Leagues Club Park Sunday 25th October 3pm
16 Boys= Leagues Club Park Sunday 25th October 5pm
16 Girls = Leagues Club Park Sunday 25th October 5pmmore
1 - Text message sent to team manager/delegate.
2 - Posted on our Facebook page. If you don’t use Facebook then phone or text a friend who does and ask them to check for you.
These processes will take place at 3.30pm for Juniors & 5.45pm for Seniors.
Always assume touch is ON.more
They officiated on a game between 2 University Campuses at half time in the NYC match between the Bulldogs & Titans at 2:30PM, Sunday 16 Aug.
Well done boys!more
Kye Shorrock from our 16s Boys Dolphins Team, has also been selected to play in this Carnival.
Good luck in July guys!more
Well done to them both, a great achievement and well earned!more
Congratulations Ben, we are proud to have you representing us as a Referee.more
Both players have been active members in the Dolphins for several years as Junior Competition Referees and Social Mixed Competition players. The Dolphins wish them well against the Kiwis.more
10 Boys Paul Farah
10 Girls Erin Farah & Leah Mandell
12 Boys Scott Wallis & Marcus Beeby
12 Girls Kirrily Curran & Mel Holt
14 Boys Mark Renshaw
14 Girls Liz Penny
16 Boys Mark Tipplemore
Central Coast Dolphins Junior representative teams compete at the Central Coast Champs, Peter Wilson Memorial Championships (Junior Regionals) and NSW Junior State Cup.more
The following teams are
10 Boys and Girls
12 Boys and Girls
14 Boys and Girls
16 Boys and Girls
Please contact Paul Farah at email@example.com or 0410305771 for more information.more
Following the 2012 National Touch League and the 2011 State Cup several Central Coast Representatives have been selected in NSW Squads. Final teams will be finalised prior to the 2012 State of Origen in September 2012.
Mens 20's - Michael Ferrington. Men's Open - Scott Bundy, Willie Bishop. Men's 30's - John Dalton. Womens - 30's Liz Wilbow. Men's 35's - Dean Wilbow. Womens 40's - Joanne Smith. Men's 40's - Peter Sanders. Men's 50's - David Proust. Good Luck to all players in the final trials in April.more
2011/12 Summer Competition concluded with the last of the Semi Finals & the Grand Finals being played on Monday Night at Adcock Park. 6 divisions were contested with all Grand Finals being close games with exciting finishes. In the Women’s Division Te Whanua defeated Shards 5 touch downs to 3. The Mixed Division 2 Grand Final was a great game that went into full time with both teams having scored 3 tries each. It was Damian Guilbert that broke the deadlock a couple of minutes into extra time making a break on the halfway line to run 35 metres to score the winning try. In Mixed 1st Division both teams defended strongly, but it was the Sneaky Cheesies who scored the deciding try to defeat Ball Breakers 2-1. The Men’s Division 3 Grand Final was played out between the competition front runners Central Coast Home Loans and the fast finishing Central Coast Adventist School. Experience held out in the end with the Central Coast Home Loans winning 3 tries to 1. In the 2nd Division Men’s it was last years premiers Site Trada up against the Home Girls from Terrigal. Nash Beeby was the standout player and lead Home Girls to victory. Score was 3 tries to 2. The Men’s 1st Division Grand Final was again contested between rivals Forries Blue & Forries Black. Black went to an early lead scoring in the first set of six. Forries Blue hit back 5 minutes later with a try to John Dalton. Dean Wilbow & Dylan Hennessey kept Black with their noses in front to go to a 4 -2 lead but with 2 quick tries to Blue’s Paul Farah the scores were locked at 4 all with minutes remaining. It was the Worlds Best Player Dylan Hennessy who broke the deadlock with minute left in the game to secure the win for Forries Black.
Check out our Facebook page for some photos taken throughout the night.
A special thanks to all the referees for their efforts throughout the season. Central Coast Touch would also like to thanks our Sponsors for their assistance throughout the 2011/12 Summer season. Our proud sponsors are Hahn Super Dry, Dudley’s Liquor at Killarney Vale, Westpac at Gosford, FXin Glass & Aluminium at West Gosford and our Media Partner Star FM 104.5.
Registrations are now being taken for the 2012 Winter Competition. Click on the tab above for all the details.more