first_imgFawkner Park winter competition cancelled due to council ground closure. TFA-Victoria is working on a new competition, stay tuned for details.  Play: #2Selection of Junior State Teams confirmedFollowing the largest participant tournaments in the history of school touch in the State, the South Australian Junior State Teams have been announced. South Australian Under-12, 15, and 18 Years squads were selected. The 12s and 15s will compete at the School Sport Australia National Championships in Melbourne from 22 – 26 October while the 18s team will compete in the National 18 Years tournament in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 17 – 20 September, 2007. The official player rosters will be announced in the coming fortnight. All of the coaches are looking forward to successful campaigns and helping add to the development of the sport at a junior level in South Australia.Touch Football South Australia web-site: www.touchsa.com.auWESTERN AUSTRALIA (WA) Play: # 3Position open to host 2008 Western Australia State ChampionshipsTouchWest is advertising for affiliates and parties who wish to express an interest in hosting the 2008 State Championships. The tournament is due to take place from Thursday February 28 until Sunday March 2, 2008.The Championships will be a three-day tournament with about 45 teams and 850 players and officials. The host will be required to provide six fields, warm-up space, referee facilities, and areas for tournament control, meeting, results, presentation, medical, etc. Lighting would also be beneficial. For a full list of requirements and other information contact Matt Bamford, WA Manager, Touch Football Australia. TouchWest will be accepting tenders until Friday July 13, 2007. Other events: On the June 17, 2007, a workshop was held for Western Australian affiliates regarding Sportzware Central, Sporting Pulse, and Competition Management.Touch West web-site: www.touchwest.com.auNORTHERN TERRITORY (NT)Play: #4Darwin Touch Grand FinalsDarwin Touch Competition had its grand finals last week, June 18 – 22, 2007. Monday night’s Men’s 35s final produced a grandstand finish. Humpty Doo won in a drop off, upsetting minor premier Bundy Bears.  On Thursday, Mixed finals night, favourites Dream Team defeated Bundy Bears 8-6 in the Mixed Division 1 final. Jaguars won Mixed Division 2; Mad Dogs won Mixed Division 3; Cowboys won Mixed Division 4; and Nightcliff Turtles won Mixed Division 5. On Friday night the Bulls upset the minor premier scorpions 7-6 in a cracking Women’s Division 1 final. Rachel Willis was named Player of the Final. In the Women’s Division 2 the Giddy Ups claimed the premiership, whilst Frillies won the Division 3 title and The Gumby’s took home the division four title. In the Men’s Division 1, Bulls triumphed in another exciting game against Dream Team, running out 7-6 winners. David Riddle was named Player of the Final. Dogs won Men’s Division 2, while Elias Enterprises won Division 3.Other events:Alice Springs and Katherine both held grand finals. Check the Northern Territory Touch website for more details in the coming days. The Touch Football Northern Territory web-site: www.touchnt.com.au Play: #5AUSTRALIAN CAPTIAL TERRITORY (ACT) Courses planned for the upcoming monthsACT Touch will be conducting courses in three technical disciplines for interested parties throughout July and August, 2007.LEVEL ONE REFEREES COURSE                                                               The Level One course perfect for anyone interested in learning more about refereeing, getting fit, earning some money, or for a new challenge. It is also perfect for any players who want to feel a little more confident when it is their turn for duty.The course will be held at the ACT Touch Offices, Makin Place in Deakin on 3rd and 10th July 2007 and will commence each night at 6pm and finish between 8.30 and 9pm. LEVEL ONE SELECTORS COURSE                                                             The Level-One Selectors Course will be held over two evenings. Theoretical aspects will be covered on July 12 with a practical session held on July 18, 2007, at Premier League. The Course will be delivered by ACT Head Selector, Sandra Hughes. LEVEL TWO COACHING COURSE                                                          The Level Two Coaching Course will be conducted on the weekend of August 10 – 12, 2007. If you are interested in taking the next step in your coaching career, this is the course for you. The theory workbooks that are required for the course will be handed out well in advance of the course delivery to enable participants to prepare prior to the course. If you are interested in completing your Level Two accreditation, please register with ACT Touch ASAP to organize course materials to be sent out.If you are interested in finding out more or putting your name down to attend any of the courses please contact Chris Tarlinton at the ACT Touch office on 6212 2880 or chris.tarlinton@acttouch.com.au Other events:  ACT Touch hosts Touch Football tournament as part of NAIDOC Week, July 8 – 15, 2007.The ACT Touch Association web-site: www.acttouch.com.auPlay # 6TASMANIA (TAS)Tasmanian representative trials in JulyTouch Football Tasmania already has its Under-18 teams in place and will begin the search for its remaining junior representative teams over the next couple of weekends.Trials for teams are as follows:Sunday July 1, 2007 – Wentworth Park, Hobart andSunday July 8, 2007 – Prospect Park, LauncestonUnder-12 Boys and Girls – 10.00amUnder-15 Boys and Girls – 11.00amOpen Men’s, Women’s and Mixed – 12.30pmTasmania is looking forward to the School Sport Australia National Championships being held in Melbourne from 22 – 26 October, 2007, and hopes that it is well supported by the growing number of junior players across the state.Other events:Tasmanian Open teams will participate at the Queensland State Championship in Toowoomba in October. It’s the first time in many years that a representative Mixed team has been available to players from the island state. Touch Football Tasmania is hoping that this creates some more interest amongst their elite group.That’s it for this week’s edition of A Set of Six.Be sure to check out all the latest news in Touch Football this week by going to each State’s web-site for further information. TFA-Victoria is advertising for a business and competitions coordinator. Applications close Friday July 6, 2007 Touch Football Australia brings you this rapid fire “Set of Six” news ‘plays’ from around the Country. TFA’s Media Scholarship Holder Henry Holland and TFA’s National Media Coordinator Karley Banks will bring you up to date every week with a selection of six ‘plays’ on the latest news, views, and events nationally.Welcome to Touch Football Australia’s A Set of Six – volume 8. VICTORIA                                                                                Play: #1 KooGa signs on as official uniform supplier to Victorian State TeamsKooGa will be the official supplier for the team uniforms for all Victorian State Teams until 2010.                                                                                                                                                                          The Victorian teams will first appear in their new KooGa uniforms at the Queensland Junior State Cup from July 5, 2007.Other events: The Touch Football Victoria web-site:www.victouch.com.auSOUTH AUSTRALIA (SA)last_img

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