All team fees must be paid in full by the 13/8/214.
Teams will not be placed in the draw for the week starting 18th August if fees are not paid by required due date.
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The Club was unable to fill the required positions of President, Treasurer, and Secretary as required by the constitution. Therefore the Election of Office Bearers has been postponed to 6.45pm Monday 26th August. It is important for Kawana Touch members to fill these positions to retain control of the Club's assets and operations. Please call Alex Wong 0410325931 regarding any questions on thismore
Nominations for Season 2 are now open. Kawana Touch has not had a real increase in Team Fees for many years. To ensure that the Club is sustainable for many years to come, there will be no discount offered as part of nominations. Therefore the Team Fees for Season 2 is $1100 per team. Season 2 runs from the 14th July to the last week of November. Grand Finals date TBA
Future Kawana Touch Referees Courses will use the new package released by Touch Football Australia January 2014. The new course is much shorter because some content is now online and must be done before attending a referees course. 'Introductory Officiating General Principles' http://www.ausport.gov.au/participating/official
Please contact Terri firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol for next coursemore
Our club has been selected to participate in the Amart Community Kickbacks Program. Under this program, the club can earn 5% of your purchases at Amart Sports as instore credit to spend on our sports program.more
Touch football is a fast flowing game of football featuring an oval-shaped ball a bit smaller than a rugby league or union ball, which is passed (not kicked!) around the field in order to score a touchdown.
While players share similar skills to rugby league, this game is a limited contact sport. Instead of being tackled to the ground, players are touched or 'tipped' by the opposing players. The game is a lot faster and players are sometimes only on the field for two-minute bursts before being substituted. There are only six players per side, but the field is only 70m x 50m.
Touch footy is one of the most popular participation sports in Australia and is played at many different levels including juniors, youth, opens, masters, socially, competitive and competitions including State, National, International.more