2019 State Cup Summary

2019 Touch Football Tasmania State Cup 2nd/3rd February 2019- Hobart

Congratulations to all participants in the 2019 Touch Football Tasmania State Cup. Special thanks to Southern Touch, for hosting the event this year. We were lucky with the weather and enjoyed a successful and entertaining weekend.

Thank you to all of our wonderful Referees who put in extra effort this year.

Congratulations to Launceston Touch Association, who won the Championship Trophy for the 6th consecutive year.

2019 State Cup Champions

Launceston Touch Association

The division winners are as follows:

Under 12 Girls – Launceston Touch Association

Under 12 Boys- Launceston Touch Association

Under 15 Girls- Launceston Touch Association

Under 15 Boys- Launceston Touch Association

Under 18 Girls- Launceston Touch Association

Under 18 Boys- Devonport Touch Association

Mixed Open- Southern Touch

Women’s Open- Launceston Touch Association

Men’s Open- Southern Touch

Men’s 30s- Launceston Touch

 

Best and Fairest Awards

Under 12 Girls- Isha Dave of Launceston Touch Association

Under 12 Boys- Jonty Groves and Lucas Wootton

Under 15 Girls- Grace Le Fevre of Launceston Touch Association

Under 15 Boys- Jesse Deans of Launceston Touch Association

Under 18 Girls- Madison Brazendale of Launceston Touch Association

Under 18 Boys- Kody Prendergast of Southern Touch

Mixed Open- Toby Burgess of Southern Touch

Women’s Open- Amelia Bransden of Launceston Touch Association

Men’s Open- Sam Williams of Southern Touch

Men’s 30’s-  of Launceston Touch Association

 

Referee of the Tournament

Kody Prendergast of Southern Touch

Coach of the Tournament

John Samin of Southern Touch

 




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