The Port Macquarie Touch summer competition is back up and running with some exciting new changes.
This summer sees the introduction of the Settlers Inn Men’s Premier League and the Telstra Shop Port Central Women’s Premier League.
These competitions will see the best of the best against each other and should make for some great touch over the summer.
They will run alongside a men’s and women’s social competition and our always-popular mixed competition.
Tuesday nights Settlers Inn Men’s Premier League saw a couple of hard fought games.
John Oxley Motors managed to hold on for a 1-1 draw with Port Workwear with Rowan Chillingworth and Cody Fisher scoring.
Evolution Road got up for a 3-1 win in another tight one against Telstra Port Central with Sean Carney earning man of the match honours.
The final game of the round saw LDS Tiling forfeit against Port Premier Plastering whilst Stoney’s Kitchens had the bye.
The Telstra Shop Port Central Women’s Premier League match of the round saw a thrilling 4-4 draw between Laurieton Hotel and Telstra Port Central. Linda Bryan bagged a double for Telstra while Sarah Stewart continued her impressive form scoring for Laurieton.
Kim Latimore was best on ground in JKM Plumbing’s 4-0 win over Watson Caravans.
Invisalign PMO got off to a good start with a 5-1 over the Women’s Opens and Isabella Lloyd scored 2 for Port Macquarie Ortho in a 9-0 win over The Untouchables in the premier v social league bye match.
Dylan Styles nabbed himself a hat trick in King and Campbell’s 6-4 win over Watsons Caravans in the men’s social competition while Joyce Construction ran riot in a 10-0 victory over OI 55’s.
Erika Dungay put in a strong performance for Port Mac United in their 4-2 win over The El Paso in the women’s social competition.
Sadly Thursday night’s mixed competition was washed out. As always a massive thanks to our fantastic referee’s who do a great job for us every week.