Touch and go for future of summer competition

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IT IS easily Cootamundra’s biggest summer sport, but yet again willing volunteers are nowhere to be found.
Nanjing Night Net

SUMMER WINNER: Touch football is Coota’s biggest summer sport for all ages. Mikayla Sheahan, Lauren Connell, Laura Miller, Brooke Thompson and Alec Sutherland. Picture: Harrison Vesey

On Monday September 14 a disappointing roll up of only fourpeople turned up to theCootamundra Touch Football Association annual general meeting.

When you considerthere arearound 500 players participating in the local competition it’s very sad whenonly fourpeople attend the one-off meeting.

Some people may be turned off coming for the fear of getting stuck with a job, but it seems that all executive positions will be filled this year.

More numbers are needed at an AGM though to reach a quorum.

The clubwill try again with the AGM to be held on MondaySeptember 21 at 6:30pm in the Wattle Lounge of the Ex-Services Club.

We urge as many people as possible to attend.

If there is no committee formed there will be no touch footy played this coming season.

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