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Touch Football

 

Information

2019 INTERSTATE TOUCH FOOTBALL

Who to Contact

Position Name School Email
 Tour Leader  Debbie Quan  Brookman Primary School  Debbie.Quan@education.wa.edu.au
 12s Girls Coach Michelle Traynor  Fremantle College michelle.traynor2@education.wa.edu.au
 12s Girls Team Manager Andre Gauci  North Lake Senior Campus andre.gauci@education.wa.edu.au
12s Boys Coach Mitch Collins mitchacollins@gmail.com
12s Boys Team Manager Taylah Bowe Emmanuel Catholic College bowe.taylah@emmanuel.wa.edu.au
15s Girls Team Manager Carron Traynor vulcan_101@hotmail.com
15s Girls Coach Jenaya Paul  Jenaya_Quan@hotmail.com
15s Boys Coach  Arphirak Paul Arphirak.Paul@outlook.com
15s Boys Team Manager  Jesse Murphy Capel Primary School jesse.murphy@education.wa.edu.au
Sports Trainer Rheanna Quan rheannaquan2@hotmail.com

Interstate Event Information

Event Date Venue /State Age
Sat 26 Oct – Sat 2 Nov 2019 Canberra, ACT 12yrs and 15 & U as at 31 December

 Interstate Trial Information

Trial Specifics
Nomination Please click on the above nomination tab

Nomination due prior to trials

Cost $20.00

Payable at time of nomination, through online process

Trial Details Saturday 6th April 2019

 

Registration- 8:30am

Trials- 9am – 12pm

 

Day Camp – 4th/5th May 2019

 

Squad Selection Announcement – 17th July 2019

Venue George Burnett Reserve, Manning Road, Karawara
Eligibility  The Championships are open to all West Australian students whether, or not, they are members of an affiliated club. To be eligible for selection students must:

  1. Be a full time student at a recognised DoE educational institution.
  2. Be 11* or 12 years  / or 15 years & under as at the 31 December

* Students who turn 11 in the year of competition and who are selected in the final team must be accompanied to the event by a parent or nominated guardian even if the student stays in the team accommodation.

 

Each student nominating must submit the online nomination form

Nomination

Touch Football Interstate Nomination

By submitting this nomination form I agree to the following;

 

  • I have read the Selection Policy
  • I will abide by the decisions of the selectors
  • My parents are aware of and endorse this nomination
  • I understand it is a parent/student responsibility to notify the school of this nomination
  • I understand it is a parent/student responsibility to notify event officials of any medical conditions that may affect the student’s well-being during trials

 

Please Note: All trial fees are to be paid on the day of trials unless stated otherwise.

 

Please click on the below links to nominate;

12s Boys

12s Girls

15s Boys

15s Girls

Selection Policy

Touch Football Interstate Team Selection Policy

 

Selectors

  • The positions of Coach, Manager and Tour Manager are advertised annually through the School Sport WA website
  • The appointed Touch Officials, in conjunction with the Touch Organising Committee, will appoint the team selectors to attend the initial selection trials for the squad and the team selection camp
  • Selectors may include representatives from various affiliates

Prior to Selection Trials

  • Selectors and officials will attend and view games at the following events to assess player eligibility:

These will include:

  • Junior State League
  • Junior State Championships
  • Youth Cup Yr 8/9 Interschool Tournaments
  • School Sport WA Champion Schools Yr 10’s Tournament
  • North West Games
  • Selectors and officials will meet to determine a list of eligible players. An invitational letter to be sent to all nominated players

Trial Nominations

  • Trial dates are determined by the Touch Selectors and Committee
  • Trial details and nomination form are posted on the SSWA Website www.schoolsportwa.com.au

Selection Trials

  • Trials are held at a central venue.
  • Communication with Country players will occur to confirm involvement. Players would need to submit fitness results and information, on request, to respective coaches
  • Coaches will communicate their criteria for team selection
  • Fitness Testing, Skills and Game play will be assessed during the trials
  • At the trial the School Sport WA Tour Leader will allocate specific duties to key personnel
  • Successful trialists are notified on the day and invited back to attend squad training

Squad Training

  • Training will occur during the weeks leading up to the Team Selection Camp
  • Country players are advised to attend squad training if they are in the metropolitan area (eg during school holidays)
  • Players will be assessed through all training sessions
  • It is compulsory to attend squad trainings
  • Any injured squad member is required to attend training sessions to continue development and team processes
  • Team Officials will communicate dates, times and venues for all training sessions

Team Selection Camp

  • The Selection camp is a “live in” weekend camp
  • All players must attend the camp to be considered for Team  Selection
  • The selection committee reserves the right to include players in extenuating circumstances who do not meet established selection criteria
  • Fitness testing will be conducted on all players
  • Skill development and Game play will be an integral part of the camp
  • Off field behaviour will also be included in selection process
  • Team officials will announce the team at the conclusion of the camp.
  • A train on group may also be invited to continue training with the squad.

Selection Policies

  • Players injured during the trial process will not necessarily be omitted from the final team(s) and may be assessed prior to their inclusion/exclusion in the team. Team Officials will make the final decision.
  • The Tour Leader may advise country players that they can miss certain trials or training sessions due to travel concerns
  • Should any player be ruled out prior to the Championship a replacement player would be selected from the “train-on” group
  • * Students who turn 11 in the year of competition and who are selected in the final team must be accompanied to the event by a parent or nominated guardian even if the student stays in the team accommodation.

Excursion Mgmt Plan

Excursion Management Plan

 

SSWA is contracted by the Department of Education through a Grant Agreement to provide sport experiences and opportunities for all students in WA schools.

 

The Grant Agreement with the Department of Education requires SSWA to:

  • Maintain appropriate insurances in relation to the provision of the service
  • Ensure that compulsory criminal record checks have been completed on all volunteers and employees
  • Conduct off school site activities in accordance with the DoE Excursions: Off School Site Activities Policy

 

Click HERE to see the Excursion Management Plan

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