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2014 Winter Competition - New Game Format

The new concept for the upcoming Winter competition will be to play two (2) rounds per night. Games played on Monday and Wednesdays night will be 25 minutes in duration, and played as "touch-down turn-around" games. Tuesday Night will play 20 minute games under the same "touch- down turn-around" configuration.more

2014 Winter Competition - On-line Registration Update

ON LINE REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY UNDER TESTING WITH FOX SPORTS PULSE,
PLEASE KEEP CHECKING THIS WEBSITE FOR LIVE DATE.
The 2014 winter competition is scheduled to start Monday 5th May.
Registrations will be open soon. To register your team or as an individual for this competition you will need to register on-line which is via the website which will be available in the coming weeks.more

Wet Weather Info

WET WEATHER INFO - FIELDS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED -

Last updated Sunday 06/04/2014 @ 8:30am

Wet Weather Line: 1900 929 225
“Call cost 82 cents, higher rate applies to calls from mobile phone and payphonesmore

Upcoming Senior Competitions - Making Changes

Penrith touch is making every effort to get away from the cold months of winter and to do this we need to make some changes to our 2014 upcoming competitions.more

JUNIOR DRAW AVAILABLE

The UPDATED Junior Draw/Results is available via this web link -
http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-741-0-273809-0&a=COMPS
Any questions please message Geoff Thornton on 0414 461 266.more

Apps for Smart Phones and Tablets

Sporting pulse now has an APP for Smart Phones and tablets please click on link below for all information regarding these application.more

No Smoking At Fields

Please find link below that will direct you to brochure regarding smoking at sporting fields.

Please note whilst there is organised sport being played (THIS INCLUDES TRAINING SESSIONS), at sporting fields, there is to be no smoking at the field.

There will be NSW Health Inspectors carrying out random inspections of all outdoor facilities and these inspectors are authorised to enforce the policy.

A fine of up to $550.00 apply to individuals who smoke in spectator areas at public sports grounds and recreational areas during organised sporting events.

Brochure
http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/tobacco/Documents/sportsground-factsheet.pdf

To view and read the full announcement and documentation from the NSW Government Health please click this link.
http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/tobacco/Pages/smokefree-areas-faq.aspxmore

An Historic Day for Touch Football

NRL and Touch Football Australia have come to an agreement to merge, bringing the sport back together.more
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