Change to Bundaberg Cup Conditions

first_imgTouch Football Australia (TFA) and Queensland Touch Football (QTF) have relaxed the entry requirements for the upcoming Bundaberg Cup. Due to an overwhelming response in the social competition category the requirement for teams across both the opens and social divisions have been adjusted to cater for the demand.The requirement for all players to be allocated to a current affiliate has been removed to allow players who are not currently participating in regular competitions to participate in the event. This change also allows players different areas to join together and enter their team.Queensland Touch Football CEO Jamie O’Connor noted it was important to maintain flexibility in meeting the market.“There is an appetite from the casual player to enter this event which we are really pleased with. In order to cater for that market we have decided to make an alteration to the Conditions of Entry. It is vitally important to listen to what our participants are telling us and it is clear that we need to open the event to all,” O’Connor said.This change will also apply to the open divisions of the Bundaberg Cup which now allows any group of players to join together and enter a team in the richest Touch Football tournament in Australia.The event will be held in Bundaberg on Saturday, 14 and Sunday, 15 November and is supported by Tourism Events Queensland, Bundaberg Regional Council and Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism.For more information or to nominate a team please click here. Related Fileschange_to_bundaberg_cup_conditions-pdfRelated LinksBundaberg Cuplast_img

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