Mixed results for Lismore touch

WHILE Nathan Jones has been rated number one touch player in Australia and vice-captain for the Australian Men’s Open team for the upcoming trans-Tasman Challenge, his former club has just held an exciting sixth round in the local competition.

Mixed division games in the Lismore Touch Association saw Tommy’s beat Coastal Graphics 5-4, B & B narrowly win over LATS Rat Pack and CA Autos prove too strong for Maccas Mixed.

The Woodies were the round’s surprise package, easily beating the Gumps, while Summerland Antiques were defeated by Recycled Sports.

Blue Hills College narrowly beat Suncorp, NDC defeated Casino RSM, and Suncorp B lost against Easties.

Mick Sawtell Magic beat Eagle Boys, while Touch of Class lost to Shabiby.

Fastways and Commbank drew their game, and Ringerangdos defeated new team Koina 10-7.

TNR Mixed, The Channon Tavern and Me and Me Mates all recorded wins.

In the Masters division, the Irwins and Untouchables had a 6-all draw and Workers Blue was too good for their club mates Workers Red.

In the other game, Bolt Barn were forced to forfeit to NRMA due to players being injured or unavailable, however the women and children stepped in to give their opposition a run.

The Mens Open division saw Getting Trim continue their winning streak, beating Coastal Graphics 6 nil.

East Lismore Bowlo was too strong for Up and Coming, while Team Discovery Channel had a heavy loss at the hands of Hungry Jacks.

And for any budding referees, Lismore Touch will hold a Level one referees course on November 29 from 9am till 5pm.

Glenn Wooldridge and Steve Sun will present the course, and all interested players are invited to attend, including those from other affiliates.

To book, contact Jenny on 6681 1729 or see Doug in the clubhouse on Monday Night.

Teams are reminded that they should have nominated two referees to assist in the running of the competition, so this is the opportunity to get some players qualified.



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