Snags, preso to end Touch season

LISMORE Junior Touch will conclude its season with games, a sausage sizzle and presentation on Monday afternoon.

Seventeen teams have been coming to Hepburn Park, Goonellabah, since October for skills development and competition.

The association thanks junior director Lisa Brown and her family for all their organisation and encouragement. Thanks also to the young referees who have been controlling the games.

Round 15 of the senior competition was played last Monday.

There were some lopsided scores and one forfeit in the men’s open division.

Getting Trim came back strongly from their narrow defeat by East Lismore Bowlo the week before in the match of the competition so far. They were too strong for Team Discovery Channel.

East Lismore Bowlo continued on their winning way with a win over Hungry Jacks.

Up and Coming didn’t get a game after Coastal Graphics forfeited.

The Masters comp was back on track with Untouchables winning by two over NRMA, Workers Blue showing their class to beat Moon’s Maulers and Bolt Barn bolting to beat Workers Red.

CA Autos defeated The Channon Tavern 9-1 in the mixed division, while in another game Fastways had a win over Suncorp A.

NDC beat Recycled Sports, Tommy’s had a big win over Eagle Boys, and Ringerangdos were too good for The Gumps.

Lats Rat Pack andB and B Produce hada draw as did Casino RSM and Easties.

Suncorp B had a good win over Summerland Antiques.

Other winners were BHC, The Woodies, TNR Mixed, Maccas Mixed, Without A Name and AJM Air Conditioning.

Mick Sawtell Magic won on a forfeit.



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