WINNERS: Gympie Garage Doors were the winners of the A-grade mixed summer 2016 season. The team consists of players who have played in Gympie Touch since juniors including (back from left) Tom Cav, Mitch Nuske, Jack Cross, Owen Dugdale, Liam Urwin, (front) Siobhan Millard, Anna Cartwright, Talija Smith, Ella Findlay and Georgia Zemanek.
WINNERS: Gympie Garage Doors were the winners of the A-grade mixed summer 2016 season. The team consists of players who have played in Gympie Touch since juniors including (back from left) Tom Cav, Mitch Nuske, Jack Cross, Owen Dugdale, Liam Urwin, (front) Siobhan Millard, Anna Cartwright, Talija Smith, Ella Findlay and Georgia Zemanek. LEEROY TODD

Gympie Touch needing new players

GET into touch on Mondays and Wednesdays for a truly unique sport that allows whole families and generations to play together from the age of 13 to 70.

Most teams are made up from work groups, other sports, schools, businesses and friends who use it as one of their social/sport outlets during the week.

The mixed competition has grades from A to E which allows everyone the opportunity to play competitively or socially.

It also provides the opportunity for individual players to be selected and represent Gympie in regional, masters, state and national competition.

Although the touch season started on Monday, it runs for about 20 week and new players are always welcome.

Head to the Gympie Touch Football Facebook page for updates or email gympietouch@gmail.com or call Gympie Touch on 0421 039 561.

Gympie Times


Gympie region sculptor creates lifelike Anzac soldier

premium_icon Gympie region sculptor creates lifelike Anzac soldier

The steel soldier will join its brother at the Edmonton Cenotaph.

How One Mile will be the new home of Gympie cricket

premium_icon How One Mile will be the new home of Gympie cricket

'People will be able to watch the local cricket as well as the Gold'