Here are our Life Members who have all had impactful careers in Touch Football.
The Ron Hanson Medal was introduced at the Masters Trans-Tasman in June 2010 to commemorate Australian flagbearers appointed for Open and Masters international tournaments.
Phil Smith was one of the founding members and the first Life Member of TFA. He is regarded as the driving force behind the first National Championships. This award was first instigated at the 2007 World Cup in recognition of Phil’s vision and contribution to elite Touch in Australia.
The Bill Ker Medal is awarded to Touch Football employees who have served in the sport for 12 years or more.
The Volunteer Medal is a prestigious medal awarded for particularly hard work and dedication to making our sport great.