Sunny Coast are going to run a selectors course at the Sunny coast office next Sunday 19th April at 1pm, this will be after the AGM. Can you please let all your members know. Registrations are available on the Sunny coast website.
Sunshine Coast Fraser &
Burnett District Touch Association
All teams currently playing in the Monday and Wednesday night competitions should have teams in full playing uniforms.
Starting next week(13th April) players will not be able to take the field unless they are in correct team uniform.more
All teams are to have members registered online by end of round 4 of the competition.
IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED ONLINE YOU ARE NOT COVERED FOR INSURANCE.
If anyone is experiencing difficulties with this process please see Bruce or Catherine at Administration ASAP.
Your team Fees are now due - TEAMS WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE DRAW AFTER ROUND 4 if team fees are not paid.more
The Sunshine Coast Junior Regionals will be held at Caboolture Touch Fields. If any Kawana Players aged between 10 and 18 are interesting in having a fantastic time playing Touch Football on Saturday 7th March 2015 please contact Tammy at Sunshine Coast Touch.
Teams need to be confirmed by Friday 20th February 2015. Anyone wanting to be a REPRESENTATIVE you must be at this event.more
Team Nominations have now closed. The draw is posted on the WEBSITE.
ALL PLAYERS ARE REQUIRED to REGISTER ONLINE using Team nomination code
GAMES START MONDAY 2nd Feb - MIXED teams
WEDNESDAY 4th Feb - Mens and Womens teams
Any concerns please contact Bruce via email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAPmore
Nominations for the Senior 2015 Season 1 - now closed. For the first time Kawana Touch will be working online for registrations as required by Touch Football Australia. This change has come about to assist with insurance claims and policies and administration of the game. It is a compulsory change for Kawana Touch. Please refer to the "Competition Info" tab for more information.more
All Referees are required to register ONLINE for the 2015 season.
For the first time Kawana Touch will be working online for registrations as required by Touch Football Australia. This change has come about to assist with insurance claims and policies and administration of the game. It is a compulsory change for Kawana Touch.more
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