PPT 2020 preseason program

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In an effort to build the social touch community in the inner north of Melbourne, we are again running the PPT pre season program.

The program is free and open to all prospective players regardless of ability and will involve coaching and refereed scratch matches for unaligned players looking to start playing touch. And at the conclusion we will place individuals without a team into teams in our competition.

The next pre season night in the program is June 24th:

  • When: Wednesday the 24th of June at 6:30PM, add the entire pre season to your calendar here
  • Where: JJ Holland Park, Kensington. Map here

Existing teams wishing to attend and take advantage of some coaching  are requested to let us know and we’ll provide an experienced coach  specifically for their team. However informal coaching and formal refereed touch will be available for all those in attendance so.

If you are an individual looking to be placed please register as as individual player so we have you on file.

Any questions please contact:

SWITCH Spring 2019

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Twice a year Princes Park Touch in partnerhsip with VicHealth run a FREE learn to play touch and fitness programs to Strengthen Women in Touch Football (SWITCH).

These programs run for 5-6 weeks and are targeted at females who are new or inexperienced players.

The program teaches basic fitness, ball skills and an introduction to game play with the emphasis on having fun in what we believe is the best game. We supply everything, all you need to bring is yourself and your playing gear.

The program will be predominately run by experienced female players who can also share their experiences and at the conclusion of the program (those that don´t have a team) will have the choice of being placed into a team

Where: JJ Holland Park, Kensington. Here is a map of our Winter Location.

Dates for our upcoming Autumn Switch are:

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or if you have any questions contact Brad: