Central touch winds down

Normal, Sports

The National, Thursday 20th September, 2012

THE Central Touch Association has witnessed a colourful season this year.
It wound down peacefully and trouble free, unlike the past years so credit goes to both executives, players and supporters for changing their attitudes and characters.
The positive outcome had shown that the players selected to represent the association were supportive in providing change.
The association had introduced an Under-18 competition this season.
HambuHox denied Snax Stallions the Central touch open men’s crown with a 4-3 win in the grand final at the Unagi oval.
The challenge went down to the wire with HambuHox preying on its opponents weakness in the dying drop out to come out winners.
It was in the third drop out after the scores were tied 3- 3 at compulsory time.
In that situation sneaky Neville Liam grounded the match winner and double for the Hohola team to end the season on high note.