TRL Melbourne has heard the calls and is proud to partner with Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre to bring TRL to South-East Melbourne! Grab your mates and come to our Free Come and Try sessions on November 7th before the season starts on November 14th. This location is ideal for those in the South-East wanting to get your Touch Rugby Fix! Register your interest at http://www.gesac.com.au/Sports/Touch-Rugby otherwise see you there!
That’s a wrap on TRL Hawthorn Winter 2018 season! A Huge congrats to our Mixed & Mens Champs, the Melbourne sharks and Bits &Pieces, for taking out the titles on what was a highly competitive Season. The Sharks sprung to life late in the season, with these TRL veterans bringing home the chocolates for the 3rd time (2 in a row!) The Bits and Pieces seems to be the polar bears of the comp, having last won the Competition in Winter 17, to go out into the wilderness, and return in 2018 Winter to claim the glory! It goes to show, practice makes perfect! A special mention also goes to the Mens runners up Lanka Lions who nearly pulled off a true fairytale story scraping into the finals by 1 point and knocking off the ladder leaders, Wolfpack, in the semi’s. Also congrats goes to Footloose who won the For and Against Cup. $100 off next season for you!
That’s a wrap on TRL Flemington Winter 2018 season. A Huge congrats to Touchy Feely for taking out the title on what was a highly competitive Season. They sprung to life in the finals series with these TRL veterans bringing home the chocolates in their 3rd attempt. Remember practice makes perfect!
With new competitions, venues reaching capacity and an ever-growing representative scene, TRL is growing at a rapid rate in Sydney.
In the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, the Thursday’s @ Daceyville competition has reached capacity in only its second season at David Phillips Fields, University of New South Wales.
Jordan Puddick is a name synonymous with Touch Rugby League in East Sydney and he is absolutely loving the growth of the competitions.
“I love the rules of TRL and it is great to see so many new faces and teams down at Daceyville”.
Not since Jim Dymock (former Canterbury Bulldogs legend) have we seen a big unit with such silky ball-skills.
On Sunday afternoons it’s a relaxed vibe in Sydney’s picturesque Centennial Parklands, after a morning of smashed avocado and $5 coffee, of course.
The TRL East Sydney competitions are proudly supported by The Phoenix Woollahra, with a $100 bar tab for winning teams, and F45 Double Bay.
Steven Matthews from the Manly Chargers, selected for the 2017 NSW Men’s State of Origin side, says he’s “excited at the opportunity to promote a growing sport amongst a passionate group of active people in the Northern Beaches area.”
Cronulla, the stars of the TRL Sydney representative scene, were crowned 2017 Men’s and Mixed NSW State Champions after they went back-to-back and took out the double in July at Moore Park West, against the backdrop of Allianz Stadium and the SCG.
They recently travelled to Queensland for the Australian Championships, finishing an admirable 6th overall in Mixed, setting up a Quarter Final clash against the South Brisbane Warriors.
The new Cronulla competition, which kicked off on Wednesday 18 October, already boasts new sponsors Grill’d and The Como Hotel.
A brand new TRL location will also be announced shortly in Sydney’s inner-west, Strathfield.
For more information on TRL Sydney competitions, please contact:
m. 0403 604 190