Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
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TULLY Touch Football Association has capped off a successful first season at their Grand Finals, where the respective age group champions were crowned.
This year’s season started late in April and finished in mid-June, which was a lot shorter than normal due to the fields at Tully Showgrounds being upgraded.
There were six Under 12 mixed teams, four Ladies’ teams, five Under 16 mixed teams, and six Men’s teams.
The winners were as follows:
Under 12 Winners: Hot Chilli Peppers
Under 12 Runners Up: Hot Wheels
Under 16 Winners: Ruck it Straight
Under 16 Runners Up: Mission Mad Dogs
Ladies’ Winners: Sassy Sisters
Ladies’ Runners Up: Moaning Myrtles
Men’s Winners: Gold Rummers
Men’s Runners Up: Chopping Loops
Season two for Tully Touch Football Association will kick off on August 4 and finish in November.
Individual registration is $50 for the Under 11 Mixed competition, with the Committee to make up teams.
After receipt of feedback, the fee structure for the Family Mixed and Open Mixed competitions was changed back to permit players to pay individually when registering online via https://profile.mysideline.com.au/register.
The fees for the Family Mixed and Open Mixed competitions are Adults: $80 and Students: $50.
Team Captains in the Family Mixed and Open Mixed competitions need to register their teams via the My Sideline website, and then advise team members of their team’s name.
If Team Captains have their team members’ email addresses, an invitation/link can be emailed to the team members from My Sideline.
Team members then register, pay, and join their team.
Anyone who needs help finding a team or requiring assistance, can contact the Committee via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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