All players must participate in the local competition to qualify for the representative pathways. Representative teams cover all age groups from U/8’s to over 55s with divisions for girls, boys women, men and mixed. We currently compete in the NSW State Cup, Vawdon Cup orCountry Championships and NSW Junior State Cup.
For more information around representative competitions please visit https://www.nswtouch.com.au/representative/
NSW Junior State Cup 2020 Northern Conference
NSW Junior State Cup 2020 Southern Conference
NSW State Cup 2019
State Cup is the premier NSW Touch Football representative event and is conducted in Port Macquarie each year commencing on the first Friday in December.
Our association has a number of policies which are listed below.
As an Affiliate of New South Wales Touch Association, State policies apply to our Affiliate.
To be eligible for participation in NSWTA representative events, you must have played in the clubs current or most previous season to date. These seasons are defined by the Events General Conditions of Entry
Full club uniforms must be worn when competing/coaching/managing at NSWTA events. Players/coaches/manages will be requested to leave the field by tournament officials until uniform compliance is met. For further information, visit General Conditions of Entry
As an Affiliate of New South Wales Touch Association, National policies apply to our Affiliate.
2020 Inferno National Touch League on YouTube
There is an opportunity for players who excel in competitions like Vawdon and State Cup to play higher amongst the best in their region through the Inferno National Touch League (NTL). NTL is a nationwide tournament held annually in Coffs Harbour NSW. The annual four-day event allows 13 regional permits from across Australia to compete in Open, Mixed and Masters as well as All Abilities divisions.
Touch State of Origin is the best-of-three series between the best NSW & QLD Touch Football teams. Opens and Masters divisions are included in this event.
2020 Youth Trans Tasman Test Series on YouTube
The NRL Touch Premiership is an annual elite competition consisting of mens and womens teams representing NRL clubs throughout the NRL season. In addition to that, there is also the NRL All-Stars competition to cater to our indigenous participants. This is where the best indigenous Australian & Maori touch player go head to head for a cultural clash.
Finally, we have the Trans-Tasman Test Series, where a best-of-three series between Australia and New Zealand is played. The divisions include mens, womens and mixed. A Youth Trans-Tasman for Under 18s and Under 20’s is held annually as well a Masters series available for older divisions.