Narrabri Touch Association

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Local Competition



Narrabri Touch Inc runs three competitions each year – a Senior Mixed Competition, a Mens and Ladies Competition, and a Junior Competition (Primary School Aged Children).

The Mixed Competition runs from February to June.

The Mens and Ladies Competition runs from August to December.

The Junior Competition runs from October to December (alongside Term 4).

Games for all comps are played on Monday nights at either Cooma Oval, Hogan Oval (No. 2) or Leitch Oval (No. 3).

How much does it cost? 

We charge our registration fees per player – fees are currently $40 for players aged 5-17 and $80 for players aged 18-99. Players will also need to pay the TFA membership once per financial year, this is automatically applied at checkout.

Registering for Touch has never been easier using
Check out this short video on the new-and-improved registration process via MySideline. You can register by searching for our association by name or postcode. 

To register as a player or register a team use

To view fixtures and results please use

Rules and Regulations


Duty Referee

Narrabri Touch Inc utilises a Duty Referee system.

All referees please report to the desk at least 10 minutes prior to your game to collect the scoresheet, cones and game ball. 

If you cannot complete your Referee duty on any given week, it is your responsibility to find a suitable replacement. 

Referee Uniform

Referees will need to wear a pink or white Referee Shirt, these are available to purchase at the Clubhouse if you need one. Please wear football boots or similar to referee in.

Remember your whistle and water bottle.

Level 1             Level 2        Level 3 Level 4
$7 $10 $15 $20

NSWTA Event Referees

Any referees who are interested in attending NSWTA events such as Junior or Senior State Cup please let our coordinator know. We also have gala days leading up to this tournament that we need refs for. If you’re keen, it’s great money and will improve your refereeing skills.

Wet Weather

For Wet Weather Updates please follow our Facebook page.
Decisions will be attempted to be made well in advance, however this is sometimes out of our control.

If fields are open, rain, hail or shine the games are ON. There is no need to make personal contact with anyone from the Association as they are guided by the Council. If for any reason the games are cancelled but the grounds are open, then you will be notified accordingly.

Kids Playing in the wet


Is Touch the same as Tag?

No, there’s no ‘tag’ in Touch Football! You don’t need any specific types of shorts to play like you do in a tag game. 

Do you have to be fit to play Touch?

Nope, Touch Football at park level is a social sport. And there’s a reason it’s Australia’s largest social sport, with 700,000 people around the country taking part – everyone can play, no matter your age or size. It’s just about finding a social team that suits you.

What is Mixed Touch?

Many Touch Football clubs around the country offer ‘Mixed’ competitions, which means males and females can play in teams together. Depending on the age criteria set by the club, this means whole families (kids, parents, grandparents) can even play together. Even at the most elite end of the sport, there are Mixed as well as Men’s and Women’s divisions.


Sports Injury Claims Procedure

  1. When injured, report your injury to your Association immediately and fill out the injury report form. (This must be done on the day/night) DOWNLOAD HERE
  2. Request a claim form within 30 days via Sportscover – or download via the TFA website
  3. Ensure your team, local association and state are provided. Ensure the official report form is completed by your association. Please remember to complete all section to avoid delay
  4. Have your medical practitioner to fill in the appropriate statement and email all completed paperwork to
  5. Claim from your Private health insurer/Medicare, if applicable
  6. When treatment is complete please return all accounts.

Touch Football Australia manages changes to the policy to maintain currency with industry requirements. In addition, claims are managed so large increases related to increase claims are evened out across the scheme ensuring stability with insurance related costs for local associations.  

To review the coverage available, we recommend all individuals to consider their personal circumstance and assess if additional external coverage is required outside of what is offered as part of membership to the affiliated structure of Touch Football Australia.

 To view policy related information, please visit the ‘Insurance’ section of the Touch Football Australia website: