Clayton and Anna Reid, joined by Stacey Connell and Michael Dodt, are ready for Gympie Touch finals next week. A presentation night will be held at the Gympie RSL on June 25, starting at 6.30pm. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased at the club’s canteen.
Clayton and Anna Reid, joined by Stacey Connell and Michael Dodt, are ready for Gympie Touch finals next week. A presentation night will be held at the Gympie RSL on June 25, starting at 6.30pm. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased at the club’s canteen. Renee Pilcher

Gympie touch finals close

GYMPIE touch finals next week promise plenty of action as teams prepare to battle it out for end of season honours.

Mixed grand finals will be played on Monday, June 21 and men’s and ladies’ finals will take place on Wednesday, June 25.

While all grades have provided riveting action this season, A Grade has producing some of the most thrilling clashes.

In the A grade mixed final, BP West will shape up to RDP Electrical.

Touch player Leilani Fleming said the two teams winning through to the final was “no surprise”.

“Both of these teams have had really strong showings this season and had a four-all draw last time they met,” she said.

“It will be a very close and competitive game.”

BP West will be looking to Michael Dodt, Robbie Proctor, Jacob Harney and Ben Williams to spearhead their attack.

Meanwhile, RDP Electrical has plenty of pace and experience in the form of Clayton and Anna Reid, in addition to Glenn Kennedy.

The ladies’ A Grade finals will be fought between Young Guns and DWC Devils – a repeat of last year.

DWC Devils carry an edge into the match after defeating Young Guns 5-36 in the first major semi finals.

In the men’s A Grade final, Ag Solutions will line up against The Cardinals in a battle expected to test the players’ endurance.

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