First teams into the grand finals

THE major and minor semi-finals of the Nowra Shoalhaven Touch Association mixed competition were held last week. 

In A grade, Sturty’s Building progress to the grand final to be played on February 19 with Nowra Farmers Market playing The Tross in the final this week. In A reserve, Pitt St Kindy won in a drop off to go to the grand final, with Tim Webster Building playing Harris Scarfe this week in the final. 

In B grade, Archer Resort progress to the grand final and Iron Anvil Tattoos play this week against Boost Juice, which won in a drop off against Amazing Dental. 

In B reserve, Harry’s Takeaway go to the grand final, with Manildra now playing Memorable Moments this week. 

In C grade, RH Boyd Pumas won to go to the grand final, with Dilligaf now playing Untouchables this week in the final.

Commiserations to Crack Fix, Joel Atfield Roofing, Amazing Dental, Clifton Accounting and South Coast Earthmoving which have now completed their season.

Please note that all finals series matches employ the drop off procedure in the event of a drawn game to extract a winner. 

The men’s competition completes the final round this week before semi-finals start on February 18.

A word of caution, last week there were numerous player discipline issues in the men’s and mixed competitions and a number of cautions were issued for excessive force. 

Allegations of unseemly language between players have also been made. Association officials take these issues seriously and proven cases will be dealt with accordingly. 

It is the team captain’s responsibility to ensure discipline is kept in check by their players. 

Please choose your on-field captain wisely.

Touch general enquiries can be directed to the association secretary, Razz, via text to 0400 036 753.

Association president Dave’s contact is 0419 236 640.

All referee enquiries to referee’s director Ken on 0432 053 111.

Nowra Shoalhaven Touch is proud to be part of the Shoalhaven Women In Sport campaign being run by Shoalhaven City Council as part of the 2014 International Women’s Day (month) celebrations.

Come and Try Touch is a great opportunity to be introduced to the game of touch football.  

The Nowra Shoalhaven Touch Association welcomes women of any age to come and have a bit of fun and exercise playing the game of touch.  

It is nothing serious, it is about having fun, and being introduced to the sport.  

The association will have female players there to make new players feel welcome and they will also run the event.  

It would be great to see some mothers and daughters come along too.

The day will be on Monday, March 10 and Monday, March 17 from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at Lyrebird Sports Ground and you can come on one or both dates or just one, whatever you like.

For further information contact Rosemary Morgan on 0400 036 753.

Men’s results from Tuesday, February 4

Entire Services defeated Jirgens Civil on forfeit, Paul Brown Concreting defeated Climax on forfeit, Talladega Nights 9 defeated Archer Resort 8.

Mixed semi-final results from Wednesday, February 5

A grade: A1 Sturty’s Building 8 defeated A2 Nowra Farmers Market 5, A3 The Tross 10 defeated A4 Crack Fix 5.

A reserve: AR1 Pitt St Kindy 7 defeated AR2 Tim Webster Building 6, AR3 Harris Scarfe 11 defeated AR4 Joel Atfield Roofing 7.

B grade: B2 Archer Resort 9 defeated B1 Iron Anvil Tattoos 7, B4 Boost Juice 11 defeated B3 Amazing Dental 10.

B reserve: BR1 Harry’s Takeaway 11 defeated BR2 Manildra 4, BR4 Memorable Moments 4 defeated BR3 Clifton Accounting 2.

C grade: C1 RH Boyd & Sons Pumas 16 defeated C2 Dilligaf 12, C3 Untouchables 7 defeated C4 South Coast Earthmoving 6.

Men’s points table: Talladega Nights 32, Archer Resort 27, Tross Birdies 25, Entire Services 24, Paul Brown Concreting  17, Climax withdrawn, Jirgens Civil withdrawn.

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