Honour Roll

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Peter Shefford

Peter Shefford has been involved in the sport of Touch Football for 26 years. He has an extensive list of achievements with many of those being in coaching. Pete has shown his skills in coaching from the local level all the way to the international level at World Cups. Pete also had extensive involvement in the formation of Victoria's highest level of Touch Football, the VT League. The Touch Football Community recognises the work Pete has done over the past 26 years and as a result, Pete has been a finalist in the VicSport Eunice Gill Leadership in Sport category twice and was nominated for Life Membership of Touch Football Victoria.

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David Merrill

David began playing Touch in 1992. His ability was like no other and within a year he was playing in the highest division. David represented for Victoria for 14 consecutive years and has been involved in the National Competition since 2000.

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Paul Ridder

Paul has been a permanent member within the Melbourne Western Districts for the past 15 years. He has an extensive knowledge of Touch football through his 23 years of participation and has been a representative at both a state and national level. As well as partaking in the game, Paul has been involved as a referee of touch as well as coaching the Victorian under 15 boys team.

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Stephen Young

Stephen has been involved with Touch Football for many years. He has been a representative player, coach and a team manager within the last 13 years. Stephen is also been linked to the Victorian Representative Council, the State Executive Council and is currently a VT League Committee Member as well as the President of the Vipers Sports Club. Stephen plays a major role in the development of the sport and is a well regarded member of the Touch Football community.

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Brooke James

Brooke got involved in Touch Football when she was growing up in Albury, NSW. Brooke has been a frontrunner in Touch Football since she moved to Melbourne in 1998. She has several career highlights including being a part of the championship team at the 2008 National Competition where she was also awarded player of the series, playing in the Australian Women's 30's team at the Trans Tasman Competition in 2010 and most recently being selected for the Australian Senior Mixed team for the 2011 World Cup in Scotland.

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Cliff Winnett

Cliff became involved in Touch Football when he joined the Air Force. He has several achievements as a player as well as a referee. These achievements are at the local, state and international levels. Cliff's most recent achievement is being named one of the Australian referees for the 2011 World Cup held in Scotland.

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Leigh Bryant

Leigh began playing Touch Football with Monash University in 1997 where he played with them at the Southern University Championships and the Australian University Games. Leigh has gone on to become one of the best referees in Victoria and has refereed at several National events including the Youth Championships and the National Touch Competition. Leigh's most recent achievement was being selected to referee at the 2011 World Cup in Scotland where he hopes to be upgraded to his level 6 referee badge.

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Micheal Lovett

Micheal was introduced to Touch Football when he was playing Representative Basketball in NSW. Since moving to Melbourne in 1996, his Touch Football Career developed rapidly, both as a player and then later a coach. Micheal has shown his skill within the game by playing and coaching at both the State and National level. Micheal's most recent achievement was when he was named Assistant Coach for the Australian Womens Open team at the 2011 World Cup in Scotland.

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