The 2020 National Indigenous Touch Football Knockout, run by Wellington Aboriginal Corporation Health Service (WACHS) in conjunction with Touch Football Australia (TFA), Quit B Fit and Australian Catholic University, was a great success, with 19 teams taking part despite the complications of 2020 and border closures that meant some teams weren't able to attend.
The event took place at Dubbo Touch Association over two days, Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th November, which was the first day of NAIDOC Week 2020.
Thanks to all those who took part, and congratulations to the division Champions and Player of the Finals, here:
A Grade Mixed Opens Final
Castlereagh All Blacks 6 def. Yowies 5
Player of the Final: #23 Castlereagh All Blacks, Jarrad Rotumah
B Grade Mixed Opens Final
Wii-Ma-Li 7 def. Brothers and Sisters United 2
Player of the Final: #30 Wii-Ma-Li, Ted Johnston
C Grade Mixed Opens Final
Newcastle United 6 def Mallo’s Magpies 5
Player of the Final: #6 Mallo’s Magpies, Madison Crowe
Koori Kama 6 def. Wagga Mob 2
Player of the Final: #6 Koori Kama, Chayse Davis
Nanan Kids 9 def. Wagga Mob 3
Player of the Final: #5 Wagga Mob, Kewa Kahuroa