Teams make touch finals
Five of nine teams from Peninsula Junior Touch Football have made it through to the grand finals in their age divisions.
The representative teams travelled to Nelson Bay on Saturday, February 4 and 5, to play in the Peter Wilson Memorial Championships.
The under-14 boys won their grand final against Beresfield 2-1 and Jack Steed was named best player.
The 18 boys and girls played Newcastle in their grand finals with the girls named runners-up after a drop-off
The 18 boys were runners-up with only seven players all weekend playing in the heat.
The 16 boys were named runners-up after they went down to Nelson Bay 4-1
The 12 boys were undefeated leading-up to the grand final but lost to Newcastle.
The 16 girls, 12 girls and 10 boys all made the semis, however, the 14 girls narrowly missed out.
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