first_imgThe newly constructed Glen and Pat Medland Pavilion will play host to teams from Broome, Hedland and Karratha who are competing across the Mixed ‘A’, ‘B’ and Under 18’s divisions. The tournament will commence on Friday afternoon and continue into the night which promises to be an exciting start to the tournament under lights and kick off a big weekend of Touch Football in the North West.This year’s championships will see Karratha returning to defend their title not only as North West Mixed Open champions but also state champions, although this year Broome looks to be strong contenders at the championships entering an extraordinary eight teams into this year’s tournament. Four Broome teams will contest the Under 18’s divisions, while the Mixed ‘B’ division will see three teams from Broome and one from Hedland battle it out. The 2012 event will see the inaugural North West Affiliate Development Conference run in conjunction with the North West Championships taking place from Friday through to Sunday. This exciting new program will enable an expanded and more interactive approach by Touch Football Western Australia in improving all aspects of Touch Football in the North West areas of Western Australia, with affiliates Broome, Port Headland and Karratha taking part. The conference will include a Level 1 Coaching course, a combined Level 2/3 Referee course, School and Junior Development clinics as well as administration and logistical development and education.For further information, updates and results please visit the North West Championships website:

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