Sport

Brothers team up in bid for touch footy final win

Warwick Touch Association president Grant Lollback with some of the Diehards team after a runner-up finish in B-grade mens' touch on Sunday.
Warwick Touch Association president Grant Lollback with some of the Diehards team after a runner-up finish in B-grade mens' touch on Sunday. Gerard Walsh

TWO sets of brothers will play for Designated Drinkers in the A-grade mixed grand final in Warwick touch tonight.

The first night of grand finals were two men's matches on Sunday night.

Four mixed finals will be played tonight, B and D-grades at 6pm, A and C at 7pm.

Brothers Geordie and Gavin Beckhouse will play in A-grade along with Jason and Michael Brackin.

Designated Drinkers qualified for the final with a close preliminary final victory against minor premiers Allora Butchery.

Speedy rugby league backs Adam Byrne and Jimmy Olsen are set to impress for Can't Touch It along with triathlete Rebecca Hitzke.

 

A-grade Teams

Can't Touch It

Michelle Byrne, Adam Byrne, Rebecca Hitzke, Matthew Grayson, Caity McBaron, Jimmy Olsen, Maugan Benn, Ty Gardner, Grant Lambley, Lauren Quinlan, Ally Johnson.

Designated Drinkers

Geordie Beckhouse, Gavin Beckhouse, Michael Brackin, Jason Brackin, Alana Edmunds, Natasha Nolan, Bree Miller, Sandra Brackin, Lara Hemmings, Kobi Tate.

Topics:  a grade touch football warwick touch association



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