Touch Football Australia (TFA) is pleased to announce that it has secured the services of Power Productions to professionally film and produce for broadcast/webcast, the 2014 State of Origin Series including an upgraded live...
Friday will be a massive day of Touch Football at the Sunshine Coast Stadium, with day three of the 2014 National Youth Championships and day one of the 2014 State of Origin Series, and you can watch plenty of it live!
They weren’t involved in Queensland’s historic win two years ago but Kim Sue See and Brooke Walker could play a big part in their state’s defence of the women’s open title.
There will be plenty of opportunities to watch live action from the 2014 National Youth Championships.
South Australia turning up the Heat for a mate
For South Australia Heat, the National Youth Championships at Sunshine Coast Stadium are more than just a touch...
Australia coaches teach about player development
Coaches and potential mentors had an opportunity to learn about Touch Football Australia’s Athlete Development...
State of Origin set to sizzle in new division
It doesn’t matter how young or old you are, playing in a State of Origin series sends shivers down your spine.
Kiwi whistle-blowers here to learn
There is a New Zealand invasion not just on the touch fields but in the refereeing ranks.