The program provides eligible children and young people aged 5 up to 18 who can least afford to join a sport or recreation club with a voucher valued at up to $150 for membership and/or registration fees.
The National Junior Development Framework has been created by Touch Football Australia (TFA) to ensure that all young Australians are provided with the opportunity to develop and enhance their lives through the sport of Touch Football.
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Touch Football Australia has partnered with the Australian Sports Commission, through its Active After School Communities (AASC) program, to provide children with an introductory Touch Football program.
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Did you know that you can access your teams draws and results from the SportingPulse iPhone app? Just search the iTunes App store for "SportingPulse" and download the app to your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch or other iOS device.more
NQ Touch are in a position where they can offer the services of some of the country's most experienced coaches - Sue Salter and Peter Shefford - to conduct coaching clinics for existing coaches.
The clinics are flexable in their delivery and can be done formally on a suitable weekend or informally before/after training sessions. Note that these clinics DO NOT replace actually having done a Level 1 Coach course in terms of accreditiation and the insurance cover that goes with it.
If Clubs would like further information or to take advantage of this offer then contact Kerrod Hall at the NQ Office on (07) 4725 6133 or Mobile 0408 756 293.
POSITIVE OR IT'S POINTLESS
TJT support the Qld Government's 'Positive or it's Pointless' campaign to promote positive behaviour and attitudes within sporting organisations. We encourage all of our members, parents and friends to visit the following website to help us in our efforts support this initiative which ultimately supports our kids: