21 June, 2021
Impressive touch grand final
IT WAS an impressive turnout for the Touch football grand finals for the open men and women’s competitions played at the Norris Road touch football fields.
Mackay Touch football administrator Bette Wyer said it was great to see the clubs coming to support each other.
“There were a lot of teams that have missed out but have come back to cheer their favourites on so it’s good to see and it’s great to see families as well,” Bette said.
The best of the best turned up to play as hard as they could to bring the finals to a close with the B Men’s Magpies up against Mirani Scorchers.
Women’s Tigers reserve grade played the Miriani Misfits, while Warridube United faced GTV storm.
In the Ladies’ Super Series, Cat Woman played Super girl.
Mackay Touch Football president Jason Miller said started the super series in which the ladies dress up as superheroes to make four teams.
“Its good because all the ladies get to play against each other and alongside each other and not normally do they get to do that,” Jason said.
This was to be the finals of this season of touch until late July when the new season begins.
The Fast Four competition will be held later this with guest stars Dave Zanette and Bo dela Cruz showing up and staying over the weekend.
The money raised in the fast four will go to charities win the day as well as Jack Fortesque who has had a serious car accident, so we are raising money for both charities.