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Australian Menâ€™s Open player, Matthew Prowse and Womenâ€™s Open player, Emily Hennessey have been named the Australian Flag Bearers for the 2017 Openâ€™s Trans Tasman Test Series.
Australia is off to the perfect start in their 2017 Trans Tasman Series preparations, downing Japan in both the Men’s and Women’s Open division in their two warm-up matches on Wednesday night at Sunshine Coast Stadium.
Please find attached the Conditions of Entry and the latest information regarding the 2017 Harvey Norman National Youth Championships, Alliance Cup and the Harvey Norman National Schools Cup.
Touch Football Australia has countless volunteers who dedicate their time across the country to make significant contributions to our Touch Football family. During this National Volunteers Week, we would like to #thankavolunteer for all their time and hard work in delivering our sport
Referees play a vital role in Touch Football, ensuring our game is played in a fair, safe and enjoyable environment for all participants. TFA went behind the scenes with our Trans Tasman referees to get the inside scoop on all things refereeing and what it means to represent Australia.
On behalf of Touch Football Australia, we thank Rod for his amazing contribution and wish Rod the very best for the next chapter of his life in retirement. We know from Rod that he treasured his time at TFA and the opportunity to work with and engage with everyone current and previously.
The touch football community in the ACT is in mourning following the unexpected passing of Scott Snell at the age of just 44. Scott was a key figure in ACT touch for the last two decades as a player, referee and referee coach.
The Touch Football Australia Board of Management advised today that long-term Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Colm Maguire has resigned from the position effective 20 July, 2017.