first_imgIt is a huge weekend for Touch Football with the headline act being the the Australian Women’s team playing a media team in an Exhibition Match at ANZ Stadium on NRL Grand Final Day. More details to follow in due course.ACTThe Super League Series taps off on 2 October, 2014 (Thursday) with a double header at Deakin Playing Fields. Six teams will enter the Women’s Open division with South East Tigers and the Gungahlin Cats joining the traditional four combatants – Belconnen Phoenix, Canberra City Bears, Tuggeranong Vikings and Woden Eagles. Five teams will participate in the Men’s Open division – Tigers, Phoenix, Bears, Vikings and Eagles.To keep track of results, visit www.acttouch.com.auNSWIt is Round 10 in the Vawdon Cup with teams striving for the top six spots in the Premier League divisions. In the Men’s Premier League, Wollongong Devils are in pole position with 2013 State Cup Champs Penrith Panthers currently in second place. Wests Magpies sit in 3rd position and with Benji Marshall being spotted last round, they may swoop around finals time.The Manly Sea Eagles are undefeated in the Women’s Premier League with Canterbury Bulldogs and 2013 State Cup Champs Wests Magpies sitting in second and third respectively.To keep track of results, visit www.nswtouch.com.auQLDIn the Metro Cup, L and T Dodgers are in first position in the Men’s Premier division with Country Club Colts currently in second. Country Club Colts are undefeated in the Women’s Premier division and will face off with second place Southern Storm on 3 October, 2014 (Friday) of which should be a great match.The competition will be suspended for the following week to allow an incredible 320 teams to participate in the QLD All Schools at Whites Hill.To keep track of results, visit www.bmta.com.auThe 2014 NQ Junior Touch Football Championships will also occur this weekend with further details available from www.nqtouch.com.au VICFour rounds into the VT League, Phoenix are currently first in the Men’s, with Lions on top of the table in Mixed and Women’s. But anything can happen in the 15 round season.To keep track of results, visit www.vtleague.com.au OtherSome elite state competitions are just around the corner with the WA Be Active Super League Series starting on 10 October, 2014 (Friday) and the TFSA League starting on 14 November, 2014 (Friday). If we have missed anything, let us know!Related LinksAround The Groundslast_img read more