Winter Comp Logo - Tiger with snow

Balmain Touch Association regrets they will be unable to conduct a Winter Competition in 2020.

Despite restrictions beginning to ease,the combination of a diminished level of interest from teams,and the requirements of the on-going protocols and extensive procedures now required, a decision was made not to run the winter competition for the first time in over 40 years.

We hope as a community that we continue to improve our position in relation to Covid-19 and that we will be able to co...

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We at Balmain Touch hope you are all well and coping physically and mentally during these difficult times.

The purpose of this message is to let you know we are still here, and are looking forward to commencing both our park competition, and, for those interested, entering teams in the Representative Competitions, Vawdon and State Cups.

In line with this please see below a message from the NSW Touch General Manager Dean Russell:
"The NSWTA is currently working on scenario planning to pr...

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Balmain Touch Football Association Update

In line with TFA and NSWTA the temporary suspension of our winter competition will be put back until 1st June. Balmain Touch will continue to monitor government recommendations in regards to community sporting competitions, and hopefully we will be back on the field soon. See you all then!

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Balmain Stop sign

It is with regret we announce that for the first time in over 40 years BTFA will not be running a Winter Touch Competition. These times are very worrying for us all but hopefully if we are vigilant there will soon be some light at the end of the tunnel.

Stay healthy everyone and we will see you all as soon as we can.

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Balmain Touch 2019-2020 summer competitions recently finished on a high.

In the Mixed Division 1 both Grand Finalists had convincing wins the week before in their elimination semi-finals with D-Force proving too good for Young Guns, and TNG 2.0 the winners against Leebryce Lizards.

In what proved to be a very fast and tight grand final, D-Force emerged victors against the young Balmain juniors, TNG 2.0, 9-8.

Fireflies Team Photo In the Mixed Division 1 Consolation, long term finalists Fireflies just pipp...

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Steve Pratt - Our Top Referee

Congratulations to our Director of Referees, Steven Pratt.

He has earned his Level 6 Black Badge at this year's National Touch League tournament.

He is now the highest rank he can achieve, and the highest ranked referee Balmain Touch Football Association has ever had.

Also, he is the Chairman of our Judicary Committee and he mentors our junior referees through on field support and referee coaching.

His words - "Many more 6’s to come for Balmain over the next few years."

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Balmain Touch 2019-2020 summer competitions recently finished on a high.

In the Mixed Division 1 both Grand Finalists had convincing wins the week before in their elimination semi-finals with D-Force proving too good for Young Guns, and TNG 2.0 the winners against Leebryce Lizards.

In what proved to be a very fast and tight grand final, D-Force emerged victors against the young Balmain juniors, TNG 2.0, 9-8.

In the Mixed Division 1 Consolation, long term finalists Fireflies just pipped...

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Balmain Womens' 30s State Cup team

Coach's Last Word - Andrew Windsor

Women’s 30s took on a very tough competition, up against a few teams with years of playing togehther & a galaxy of superstars to call on. Throw in a heavy workload (9 round games) and we were definitely going to get our money's worth.

Friday started with a hard fought loss to the defending premiers Cronulla, then a game vs Mudgee where nothing seemed to go right - an unlucky 3-2 loss there meant the campaign was teetering on the brink. Luckily a Bec...

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