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What is a representative player

At PPT we consider a representative player anyone who has, within the last 10 years, either:

  1. Represented an Australian state (or equivalent level) or their country at touch at any age group between 16 and 50 or
  2. Played VT League during that time (or interstate/NZ equivalent)
  3. Played professional rugby union or league during that time.

We don’t want to stop players taking the next step while playing socially at PPT so those who first qualify under the above rules, while playing socially for a team at PPT will not put that team in contravention of their representative player quota.

Our weeknight competitions are social, with an emphasis on learning and fun. We have found that players learn the sport faster if experienced players are spread throughout the teams, rather than playing together and as such this rule is enforced.

The committee will also consider exceptions to this rule on application

Published by

Peter Shaw

Has been involved witth Touch football since 2000 after return from playing semi professional rugby in England. He is the founder and president of Princes Park Touch.