There has already been plenty of media coverage in the lead up to the 2012 New South Wales State Cup, to be held in Port Macquarie this weekend.
To view some of the stories, please click on the links below.
Women’s 30’s coach puts call out for strong showing
Anna Gleeson hopes her women’s 30s team can fly under the radar at the State Cup in Port Macquarie this weekend.
Gleeson coaches and plays in the team, and is looking for a strong performance on home soil.
Coach May Touch The Balance In Port’s Favour
Port Macquarie's open women touch team has a new coach and is ready for a strong showing at the State Cup this weekend.
Former Wollongong coach Mick McCall has made the trip north to live in Port, and has taken on a strong team.
Females Fly Flag For Maitland In Touch Football
Opportunities for women’s representative sport can be few and far between under the Maitland banner.
In the last few years alone, the city’s top flight senior teams in basketball, football and hockey have fallen by the wayside.
But the Redbacks, from Maitland Touch Association, continue to fly the flag in this department and the next three days are no exception.
Touch Draw For Mudgee Mudcrabs
All three Mudgee Mudcrabs teams have been dealt difficult draws for next week’s NSW Touch State Cup at Port Macquarie.
Mudgee will send three teams - mixed open, men’s open and women’s 20s - to the annual tournament.
Boost For Wollongong Touch Side
Former Australian touch representatives Nicole Beck and Ashleigh Dobbins have returned to boost the Wollongong Red Devils' prospects at this weekend's State Cup at Port Macquarie.
The Red Devils are confident of making it third time lucky after losing to arch-rivals Canterbury in the final for the past two years.
Wagga Touch Stars Hit Coast
When Wagga Touch Football Association’s best head to Port Macquarie for the NSW State Cup this weekend they will be hoping for yet another successful tournament.
In the past two years they have won the women’s 20s division and claimed the runner-up title in the senior mixed division after losing the grand final by a mere touchdown.
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