Trans Tasman Messages of Support

We’ve received many messages of support for our Australian teams in the lead up to the 2013 Super Trans Tasman Series, which starts today in Auckland.

Check out what has been sent through here:

“Best of luck to the Aussie 18 Girls and their Coach Justin Creighton….you have all worked so hard this campaign, I am sure you will all get the positive results you deserve.  Special mention to the five Manly Sea Eagles girls and Captain Laura Peattie – you will do your club and country proud!” - Anthony Dudeck

“Good luck to the 18 year girls Touch Footy team - go Madi and play all over the girls from New Zealand.” Love Nana Regan

“Good luck U18. We will be there to support you if you don’t see us you will hear us.” Robyn Luke

“Touch Football ACT wishes the ACT players, coaches and managers who are participating in the 2013 Trans Tasman Series all the best of luck and hope you have an enjoyable experience.” Touch Football ACT

“To my beautiful grand daughter Maddie Studdon and her team mates I wish you all good luck this week - so bring it on home.” Tricia Elliott

“Dearest Maddie Studdon and the team, Good luck versing NZ. Bring back a "Slice of Heaven" to the Downunder. Xx PS. I hope you and the team make the Touch World Cup in 2015 which will be held here in Australia.” Joshua Petranker

“Shout out to my bro Lachy Pierce, good luck my bro!” Kody Tree

“Good luck Maddie Studdon and all your teams mates along with all the youth teams.” Jo-Anne Studdon

“A big shoutout to all the Aussie refs!! Sending you some lovin', guys! All your training has paid off; congratulations on your selection to referee at the highest level! Good luck and referee well!” Alanah Sinclair

“Good luck to the 18 boys, do us all proud” Mark Western

“All the best to touchfootyaus players competing in the Trans Tasman this week in NZ.. Specially my girls aliciaquirk and annahicks92” – Lizzie Campbell

“Good luck to Griffin Legal's Ez_Taylor and the #Australian touchfootyaus teams competing in the #TransTasmanSeries in NZ this week!” Griffin Legal

“Good luck to everyone representing Australia this week against NZ #transtasman2013 especially our VIC chicks BrookeyJ9 Jetta12Friend.” Suzy Barrett

“To the #1 coach no luck is needed for the best in the business #stormie SwainRovelli #transtasman2013” – Lizzie Campbell

“So excited. Good luck Australia, you're gonna smash this #transtasman2013” Saya The Kid

“Good luck this week SwainRovelli make sure you tweet some updates #transtasman2013” Grant Rovelli

#transtasman2013 Aus MO boys, hope ur fit as racing snakes. Smash NZ like they owe you money! Good luck.” Peter Hampson

There are plenty of ways that you can keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and results from the 2013 Super Trans Tasman Series, which is taking place in Auckland from Tuesday, 5 February until Sunday, 10 February 2013.

Touch Football Australia will be reporting live during the games on its social media pages, which can be found by clicking on the links below:

Facebook –

Twitter – (be sure to use the #transtasman2013 hashtag)

Instagram – Search for ‘Touch Football Australia’

The and websites will have all of the latest news, information, stories and match reports uploaded to the sites.

Highlights from the series will also be uploaded to the Touch Football Australia YouTube channel throughout the event –

Be sure to also send in your message of support to the Australian teams in the lead up to the series, which will then be posted on the website in the lead up to and during the series. You can do this through any of our social media sites or send an email to with your message. 


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