Glasgow Touch at the Euros

A number of Glasgow players have recently returned from Paris where they were part of the Scotland squad competing in the European Championships, 10-13th July 2008. Victor Francisco Suarez played in the 2nd placed Mens Masters, Douglas Johnson in the Mens Open, Nicola Jobson Womens Open and Nikki Walker Womens 30s. Congratulations to Donna Kirisome and Damien Richardson who were part of the successful Mixed Open team who brought home the gold!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2008 20:23

Glasgow takes it home from Edinburgh

At the Trinity Accies tournament in Edinburgh last weekend, a Glasgow Lions side took the outright trophy, scoring 15 touch downs and conceding only three in five games. Sources close to Victor say that he may even have enjoyed himself! Victory by a side from outside Edinburgh was not expected with the Lions players now able to avail themselves of a free pass to an Edinburgh gym.

Congratulations again to Doug Macrae, Jenny Nolan, Jennifer Freytag, Maura Lyons, Ruth Cameron, Ruth Wallace, Andrew Armstrong, Fraser Maclleland, Dave Young, Stephen Little, Chris Webber and Victor Francisco Suarez.

Last Updated on Friday, 08 August 2008 18:35

Glasgow Coaches Qualify

Congratulations to newly accredited level one touch coaches, David Goddard, Douglas Johnson, Kieran Kearney, Douglas Mannix and Victor Francisco Suarez. They joined over 30 others from around Scotland, England and Jersey to attend the coaching course presented by Touch Football Australia's National Coaching Director Dennis Coffey.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 May 2008 21:34

Aberdeen Success for Glasgow Touch

The 2008 Aberdeen Spring tournament kicked off what we hope to be a fantastic touch season, and with it came an excellent result for Glasgow Touch. A 13 strong squad made the long road trip up to Aberdeen on Saturday and were delighted to come home as Quaich Winners.

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 May 2008 17:58

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Fun and Fitness for Everyone! We are a dedicated bunch of touch enthusiasts who want as many people to become involved in the sport as possible. Touch is a relatively new sport in Scotland and is suitable for children and adults of all ages, levels of fitness and abilities.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2008 18:50
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