All applicants for our Junior Representative teams are being advised by email over the next couple of days if they have been successful or unsuccessful. If you did complete an application to trial and have not received an email by Thursday afternoon please come and see us in the control room at touch this Thursday.more
Junior State Cup will be held in Port Macquarie on 20 - 22 February, 2015. We will be holding trials on Saturday 18th October, 2014 at our fields. 10's girls/boy's 10-11am, 12's girls/boys 11-12md, 14's girls/boys 12md-1pm, 16's girls/boys 1-2pm, 18's girls/boys 2-3pm. Please open the attached document for further information.more
Paying registration fees by any other method than on line credit card or bank transfer will incur an additional $10.00 fee for manual handling / computer and paperwork. Juniors $60.00, Adults $90.00. This information was posted on our website over 6 weeks ago. Also due to the time required to take manual payments you may miss your game if you have not paid by tap off.more
As a result of new insurance obligations players will not be able to take part in any game until they are registered and have fully paid the registration fee. The season commences Thursday 9 October,2014more
We are short of coaches for our Junior State Cup Representative teams for February 2015. We must supply 2 accredited coaches for each team we send. Currently we have 14 accredited coaches. To send a team in each age group we need 20 accredited coaches. If we don't have them several age groups will miss out. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can attend a locally run coaching course.more
We are pleased to announce that our efforts to secure funding for floodlighting at our fields has been successful. In association with Nambucca Shire Council we have been submitting grant applications over the past few years and recently we were informed that the Council has been successful. Funds to install sports level lighting to our fields is included in the grant.more
There has been a marked increase in the number of players arguing with referees this season. Rule 18 states that players are not to talk to the referee. The Captain may respectfully and politely enquire briefly with the referee on decisions. Players arguing with referees and Captains who are not respectful and polite can be sent from the field.more
As per our rules and Touch Football Australia Playing Rules 7th edition any player that is sent from the field for the remainder of the game (not sin bin) by the referee will serve an automatic minimum 2 games suspension. The Committee may increase this suspension period for more serious misconduct as it sees fit. The appeals process costs $200. See our document links for appeals process.more
Payments can be made online at time of registration or by using the following bank transfer details.
Macksville touch football.
Account No. 224353S11
(be sure to put players name as a reference)
REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT ON THE FIRST DAY OF COMPETITION IS NOT AN OPTION FOR SECURITY AND ORGANISATIONAL REASONSmore
Please be aware that NSW Health - Tobacco Compliance Officers will now be issuing fines to people found smoking at sporting events.
Smoking has been banned at sport venues in spectator areas since 7 January 2013 under the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000.
The fine for smoking at a sporting event is $550 to the individual smoker.
Macksville Touch is part of the community rewards program at A Mart All Sports Coffs Harbour. When you purchase something in the store mention us and we receive 5 percent of the purchase price that is very worthwhile for our association so we can purchase balls etc.more