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Western proves a tough beat at NSWCHS carnival

Both stacked with Orange Thunder talent, the boys’ and girls’ Western Combined High Schools sides clashed with the state’s best in last weekend’s NSW under 15s carnival at Mudgee.more

Naden the star as Thunder’s best lead Hornets at junior regional touch championships

Erin Naden continues to press her claim as one of the city’s top all-round sports stars having won selection in the under 16s girls’ NSW Merit side following a successful NSW Touch Junior Regionals Championships at Ballina last weekend.more

‘An amazing effort’: Orange claims Junior State Cup bronze

Months of preparation went into City of Orange Touch Association’s (COTA) Junior State Cup campaign at Port Macquarie last weekend but all the hard work paid off, with one side claiming bronze and three more finishing inside the top 16 in NSW.more

JSC 2017 Results Day 1

Congratulations to all our teams for wonderful results on Day 1 of the 2017 JSC.
Keep up the hard work on Day 2more

Junior State Cup Information Pack

Please click on this article to view the Junior State Cup Information Pack.more

Level 2 Referee Course

We will be running a level 2 refs course for anyone who is interested.more

Correct Playing number on sign on sheet

It is very important that ALL players make sure that you put your correct playing number on the sign on sheet when signing on. If you score a touchdown and your number is not on the sign on sheet your touchdown will NOT count.more

First Time Players: Please Read

Here is a few important points for those who have never played touch football in Orange.more

Waratahs Membership

As part of our conditions of moving to Waratahs Sports Club for the 2015-16 Season and beyond, We need to get as many of our registered players to become members of the club. If you are 18 or older please read on.more

Modified Junior Rules - 6's, 7's, 8's

Click on the 'more' below to view the modified rules.more

Touch Football Australia Code of Conduct

Please see attached the Touch Football Australia Code of Conduct that governs NSW Touch and any of it's affiliates which include the City of Orange Touch Association. All players agree to abide by these rules when registering to play touch football anywhere in Australia.

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Touch for beginners

The object of the game is to score "tries" by placing the

ball on the ground over your own "try line" before you are

touched" by an opposing player.more

RULES of Touch

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