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3 March, 2022

Caboolture touch juniors show their skill

Caboolture touch was restricted to action for the juniors last week, as the seniors were unable to play later in the week due to very wet conditions.


The Monday night proceedings kicked off with the development teams, consisting of players six and under learning and performing fun drills conducted by three amazing coaches including Australian coach Karley Banks.

All of the children had lots of fun.

The U10s began their fixtures at 5pm, and played in thirds rather than halves. In one match, only one try separated the teams.

The U12s began at 6pm, and plenty of entertaining matches unfolded.

The U14-16s began at 7pm, with several nail-biting contests taking place.

February 21 results:

U10 Girls: Purple def Green 11-6; Teal def Pink 6-3.

U10 Boys: Green def Blue 5-4; Orange def Yellow 6-3.

U12 Girls: Cobras def Anacondas 8-6; Taipans def New Team 6-3; Pythons def Vipers 10-2.

U12 Boys: Taipans def Anacondas 6-4; Cobras def Vipers 8-2.

U14-16 Boys: Anacondas def Cobras 8-5; Taipans def Vipers 8-6.

U14-16 Girls: Taipans def Vipers 5-3; New Team def Boahs 7-6; Anacondas def Pythons 4-2; Cobras def Cool Cats 8-1.

The competition organiser said that overall it was another very successful night.

The referees were also acknowledged, as the game could not be played without them. Thanks were also expressed to Dylan for organising and allocating the referees.

It’s not too late to join the junior competition, whether playing or refereeing.

Visit www.caboolturetouch.org for more details.


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