I98FM Premier League Round 2 Wrap

Wollongong Touch’ inaugural All Abilities program is officially underway, with participants taking to the field for the first time under the watchful eye of experienced Wollongong Devils Coaches. 5 participants from The Disability Trust enjoyed touch specific skills and drills, with their prior game knowledge from the Score Dragons proving very useful.

“It was great to kickstart the All Abilities program, the participants were extremely skillful already so I think it will be a quick process getting them used to Touch Football rules”, WTA Vice President Tim Robinson said. “I think the number of participants will grow each week, it was a fantastic starting point.”

The All Abilities program, features ahead of the I98FM Wollongong Touch Premier League competition, with Round 2 of the Men’s and Women’s competition providing some intense battles. 2 draws in the Men’s, with Wests and Dapto 4-4, and Corrimal and Shoalhaven 6-6, unable to be separated. While Jamberoo snuck home over Stingrays 5-4 and Thirroul made it two from two with a 6-4 win over Albion Park Eagles. Shoalhaven and Stingrays backed up to also play their round 1 game, with Shoalies proving way to strong 7-1.

In the Women’s an upset as Gerringong Lions shocked Jamberoo 10-7 and Dapto beat Woonona 7-6. Corrimal and Stingrays of Shellharbour shared the points with a 4 all draw.


Round 3: Mon 18/9/23

Men’s 6:15pm

Shoalhaven Rugby v Jamberoo Superoos

Wests Illawarra v Stingrays of Shellharbour

Albion Park Eagles v Corrimal Cougars

Dapto Canaries v Thirroul Butchers


Women’s 7:15pm

Jamberoo Superoos v Woonona Bushrangers

Stingrays of Shellharbour v Gerringong Lions

Corrimal Cougars v Dapto Canaries