Jakson Shearer shows some speed woth Remi Davey in support. Photo: Mike Garry/scw1235e
Jakson Shearer shows some speed woth Remi Davey in support. Photo: Mike Garry/scw1235e

Finals show a touch of class

An enthusiastic crowd turned up at Wembley Road to watch the Coolum junior touch football grand finals last week.

Players from six to 15 years of age showed skill, determination, enthusiasm and sportsmanship.

Coolum Touch spokesperson Chris Sharrock said touch football was a great team sport that had been part of the Coolum community for a quarter of a century and provided an avenue for local young people to get fit and have fun.

She said the season had unearthed many talented young players.

“Coolum Touch would like to acknowledge and thank all our wonderful volunteers, referees and coaches for a great job well done and wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas,” Ms Sharrock said

Players wishing to participate at the junior championships in February at Glasshouse should phone 0418 755 870 after 4pm or leave a massage on the clubhouse phone on 5446 4677 as soon as possible.

Grand Final results:

6 AND 7 YEARS AGE DIVISIONS

Yellow defeated All Girls Green team, 4-1

Best and fairest: Skye Spaulding and Hunter McCallister

Red defeated Orange, 6-5

Best and fairest: Lizzy Gordon and Flynn O’Toole

8,9,10 11 AGE DIVISIONS

Maroon defeated Green, 6-5

Best and fairest: Sara Stankey and Luke Philip

12 TO 15 YEARS AGE DIVISIONS

Blue defeated Yellow, 14-4

Best and fairest: Jamieson Spaulding and Sheridan Spice

Black defeated Red, 10-9

Best and fairest: Kali Crofts and Mitchell Brockwell

Encouragement Awards: Isabella Kennedy, Bailey Ghent, Lilly Dickson, Marc Mano, Remi Davey and Chad Bryham


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