Touch players and their supporters have taken to social media to celebrate all the fun of the 2017 NSW State Cup – check out some of the best photos in the gallery above.
“Port Macquarie is the home of touch football,” according to general manager for the NSW Touch Football Association Dean Russell and the past three days have proved that.
Rain couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm when the cup kicked off on Friday... see photos from Day 1.
Day 2 saw some strong competition marking the start of the knockout phase... photos and video from Day 2.
The local crowd was disappointed on Day 3 when The Makos fell short in a 6-5 semi-final loss to Melbourne City Lions which ended their campaign...full coverage of Day 3.
In the lead up to this year’s event it was announced that the region has secured the tender for the event until 2022.
In 2018, the State Cup will celebrate 30 years in Port Macquarie – and if all goes to plan it will stay anchored to the town for many years to come.