State League Wrap

first_imgDue to extreme heat in Adelaide, the finals of the CMI Toyota State League will be played on Friday, 20 November 2009. The 2009 Touch Wine Event has also been postponed to early next year. The revised times for the finals are:B Division Mixed Open State League Grand FinalEastern Stingrays v Northern Vipers – 6.30pmPremier Division Mixed Open State League Grand Final Eastern Stingrays v Northern Vipers – 7.30pmFor more information, please visit the Touch Football South Australia website:www.touchsa.com.auVT LEAGUERounds 12 and 13 of the VT League were played on the weekend, with finals places starting to take shape with just two rounds remaining. In the Men’s round 12 games, the Uni Blues were 10 touchdown winners over the Northern Falcons, the Dodgers defeated the Vipers 9-5, while the Cougars upset the Melbourne City Lions by one touchdown. In the Men’s round 13 games, the third placed Dodgers upset the second placed Blues, winning by one touchdown. The Lions were big winners over the Falcons, as were the Vipers over the Cougars.The Vipers sit on top of the Men’s VT League ladder, with 11 wins from their 13 games, followed by the Blues who are six points behind the Vipers. The Dodgers are in third, on equal points with the Blues, with the Lions and the Cougars closely following. The Falcons sit in sixth place, with one win and 12 losses from their 13 games. In the Women’s round 12 games, the Vipers and the Blues were both 11 touchdown winners over the Falcons and the Dodgers respectively, winning 12-1. In the other game, the Lions defeated the Cougars by seven touchdowns. The number 13 was lucky for the Lions in round 13, beating the Falcons by 13 touchdowns to take their winning streak to 13 games. The Vipers and the Blues were also big winners in round 13, beating the Dodgers and the Cougars, to boost their percentages with finals nearing. After 13 rounds, the Lions sit on top of the VT League ladder with 13 wins from their 13 games. The Lions for and against is also impressive, scoring 116 touchdowns and only conceding 36 touchdowns.  The Vipers sit in second place with 10 wins and three losses, followed by the Blues in third with nine wins and four losses. The Dodgers sit in fourth position, followed by the Dodgers and the Cougars. This weekend signals the final round games of the VT League, with rounds 14 and 15 to determine finals positions. In the Women’s round 14 games at 1.00pm, the Falcons will play the Cougars, the Vipers and the Blues will play off for second and third place, while the Dodgers and the Lions will also battle it out. In the Women’s round 15 games at 3.00pm, the Lions will meet the Vipers in what could be a top of the table clash, the Cougars play the Dodgers, while the Blues and Falcons will play off for third and fourth positions. In the Men’s round 14 games at 2.00pm, the Blues and the Vipers will meet in a top of the table clash, the Falcons will play the Cougars, while the third placed Dodgers will play the fourth placed Lions.In the Men’s round 15 games at 4.00pm, the Dodgers will play the Falcons, the Vipers will play the Lions, while the Cougars will play the Blues. For more information, please visit the following websites:www.victouch.com.auwww.vtleague.com.auACT SUPER LEAGUEThe two top teams in both divisions will battle it out in round four of the ACT Super League, with a big week of touch ahead for the Super League teams.One team in the Women’s division and two teams in the Men’s division remain undefeated after three rounds of the competition.In the Women’s division, round three saw the Tuggeranong Valley Vikings win their third straight game of the season, with their 6-1 victory over the Woden Eagles. The Canberra City Bears were also big winners over the UC Otters, winning 11-0.Round four sees the top of the table clash between the Bears and the Vikings, while the Otters will play the Eagles in the other match.In the Men’s division, the Otters and the Eagles both remain undefeated following their wins in round three. The Otters were six touchdown winners over the Bears, while the Eagles won 5-4 against the Vikings. Round four will see the Eagles and the Otters both aiming to continue their respective undefeated runs, following their draw last time they played. In the other match, the Bears will take on the Vikings. Rounds five and six will also be played on Sunday, 22 November before finals commence next Thursday. In round five of both the Men’s and Women’s divisions, the Bears will play the Eagles, while the Vikings will play the Otters. In round six, the Bears will play the Otters, while the Vikings will play the Eagles in both divisions. The games will commence at 6.00pm, with the Women’s round five games, followed by the Men’s games at 6.50pm.Round six will begin at 7.40, when the Women’s division plays their final round game of the season, before the Men’s games at 8.30pm. For more information, please visit the ACT Touch website:www.acttouch.com.auVT LEAGUERESULTSMEN’S – ROUND 12Uni Blues 13 def Northern Falcons 3Bayside Vipers 5 def by Western Dodgers 9Casey Cougars 6 def Melbourne City Lions 5MEN’S – ROUND 13Western Dodgers 9 def Uni Blues 8Northern Falcons 6 def by Melbourne City Lions 12Casey Cougars 5 def by Bayside Vipers 15WOMEN’S – ROUND 12Northern Falcons 1 def by Bayside Vipers 12Casey Cougars 2 def by Melbourne City Lions 9Uni Blues 12 def Western Dodgers 1WOMEN’S – ROUND 13Melbourne City Lions 14 def Northern Falcons 1Bayside Vipers 10 def Western Dodgers 2Uni Blues 11 def Casey Cougars 2ACT SUPER LEAGUERESULTSWOMEN’S – ROUND FOURCanberra City Bear 11 def UC Otters 0Woden Eagles 1 def by Tuggeranong Valley Vikings 6MEN’S – ROUND FOURCanberra City Bears 2 def by UC Otters 8Woden Eagles 5 def Tuggeranong Valley Vikings 4last_img

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