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Rocky touch football players triumph at annual carnival

Capricorn Coast Stingrays player Dan Adamson in action at the Red Rooster Junior Touch Football Carnival held in Rockhampton. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
Capricorn Coast Stingrays player Dan Adamson in action at the Red Rooster Junior Touch Football Carnival held in Rockhampton. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

TOUCH FOOTBALL: In what was one of the biggest weekends of touch football for Rockhampton, 101 teams from around Central Queensland converged at the Rockhampton touch fields on yesterday and today for the annual Red Rooster junior carnival.

Heralded as one of the biggest events for touch football outside the south-east corner, Rockhampton Touch Assosciation president Mick Callow said the carnival went off without a glitch.

For a full report of the event, see the back page of Monday's print edition of The Morning Bulletin. 

Topics:  mick callow, red rooster junior carnival, rockhampton touch association, touch football


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