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The Wily Old Fox can be found at most touch competitions, playing in various grades. You can find them in big herds in our masters grades and club rooms seem to enjoy having them around. Tag any Wily Old Foxes you know.Make sure you check out our full list of characters at touchrugby.co.nz/2021/09/13/stereotypes/ #toucwhatagame ... See MoreSee Less
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These characters are priceless. Have a few of these characters showing up at Vic Park Lunch.Tag any "Suzy's" you know.Check out our full list of characters at touchrugby.co.nz/2021/09/13/stereotypes/ #touchwhatagame ... See MoreSee Less
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NEW STOCK just arrived!!New sets of team kit, ready to go for the Summer Season. These are perfect for touch because they can be pulled over existing shirts or worn as singlets. The set comes pre-packaged in set sizes and quantities; 4-M, 4-L, 2-2XL, 2-3XL, 1-4XL, 1-5XL.Colours to choose from are Red, Black, Dark Blue, Light Blue, White, Dark Green & Grey. ... See MoreSee Less
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Vic Park is the top spot for attracting the exchange students running laps and somehow getting hooked into a game. Usually has no boots and slippery trainers on.Tag any exchange students that have now become a regular in your team.Check out our full list of characters at touchrugby.co.nz/2021/09/13/stereotypes/ #TouchWhatAGame ... See MoreSee Less
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Some info and details of where we at and when we can play some footie!!COVID-19 Update for Touch in Level 2 Today we have received an update from Sport New Zealand, in alignment with the latest advice from the Government, that there is some positive news going forward for Level 2 guidelines, which is great for our sport of Touch! 🤩 The biggest area of change for our sport relates to the relaxation of number limits for event gatherings. Previously there was a maximum of 100 people for indoor or outdoor gatherings. There are now no restrictions on the number of people that can attend a gathering – which includes any form of touch being played. Participants can come into contact with each other and share equipment, however spectators attending local events and activities should stay two metres apart from people they do not know, wear a face covering wherever possible, and follow all other contact tracing and hygiene guidelines. Reminder that no touch can occur during Level 3 or Level 4. Check out all our latest Covid-19 info on our website: www.touchnz.co.nz/Get-Involved/covid19-updates ... See MoreSee Less
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