Forbes Touch Association is back in full swing after two weeks of competition. The committee have been blown away with the number of teams that have entered into the 2015 season, which will remain as a nine week competition.
Record team entries have been entered into every category with Mixed being the most popular. Undeterred by the warm weather, the level of competition between teams has been very high for the first two weeks of the competition.
There were lots of laughs, crisp passes and plenty of speed being displayed so we are definitely in for an excellent season of touch football.
The family competition has proved to be a winning formula with the return of some familiar faces, and many of the adult players backing up to play in the senior competition. Teams are required to fulfil refereeing duties as has occurred in the past and referees will need to make their way over to tournament control prior to the commencement
of each timeslot to get the scorecard, whistle and ball.
Teams must be in uniform with numbers on the back, to make the referees job easier, and appropriate footwear must be worn at all times with no metal studded boots to be worn.