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Touch rugby


European Touch Championships 2018 | Mixed Open final

Scotland take on a Wales in a thriller at the Highfields Sports Complex in Nottingham

2015 World Cup Men's Open Grand Final - Australia v New Zealand

Highlights from the 2015 World Cup Men's Open Grand Final between Australia and New Zealand.

Touch World Cup Final 2015 | Australia VS NZ


The World's #1 Touch Club

Doyalson Dragons 18/19 season

Men's highlights - NRL Touch Premiership rounds 3 & 4

A highlights reel of the Brisbane Broncos v North Queensland Cowboys and Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels #NRLTouchPremiership matches

2017 Touch Football Women's Open Trans Tasman Game One

USA Touch Rugby Nationals 2018

2018 Canterbury USA Touch Nationals Highlight Video

Women's highlights - NRL Touch Premiership rounds 3 & 4

A highlights reel of the Newcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels and Brisbane Broncos v North Queensland Cowboys #NRLTouchPremiership matches!

Basic Rules of Touch



Hong Kong vs China ( Women) Game 5- 2018 ANZ International Touch Championship

ANZ Tri-Nations Touch Test Match 2018_Game 6_Men CHN v HKG

Dylan Hennessey » Best Touch Player in the World ᴴᴰ

Tribute to the best right to left passer of a rugby ball in the world

Matt Sinclair Highlights -

Music; Audiomachine - Unfinished life
Audiomachine - Brand X Music-World Without End
I Am Giant - City Limits

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:Queensland Touch

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Shaun Johnson Touch Highlights 2007 & 2008

NRL Superstar Shaun Johnson touch highlights. Shaun Johnson Touch highlights in the 2007 and 2008 season. Credit to HalfbackCam and aspkiwi Because I used their footage. Like Rugbyfor1ife on Facebook @
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Shaun Johnson is a New Zealand rugby league player who currently plays for the New Zealand Warriors. NRL commentator Phil Gould has described him as the New Benji Marshall.
Early years
From Whangaparaoa, Johnson attended Orewa College and mainly played touch rugby at High School before a switching to rugby league. He has represented New Zealand in both touch and Aussie Rules and played first XV rugby union for his school.
His mother is Laotian and his father is a Pākehā.
Playing career
Johnson played for the Hibiscus Coast Raiders and Northcote Tigers in the Auckland Rugby League competition before being signed by the New Zealand Warriors in 2009.
Johnson started his professional career playing for the Junior Warriors in the Toyota Cup. Johnson spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons with the Junior Warriors and played 45 matches, scoring 25 tries, 159 goals and 4 field goals to finish his Toyota Cup career with 422 points. It was during this time that Andrew Johns commented that he had not been this excited about a player since Stacey Jones. He made his NSW Cup debut for the Auckland Vulcans in 2010 and also represented the Junior Kiwis that year. His final Toyota Cup match was being part of the Junior Warriors winning the 2010 Grand Final.
After suffering an injury at in the pre-season, Johnson spent the start of the 2011 season with the Auckland Vulcans before making his National Rugby League debut on 4 June 2011 against the Sydney Roosters due to an injury to Brett Seymour.In the 2011 Preliminary Final against the Melbourne Storm, after his team played a flawless second half, Johnson set up a mesmorizing try for Lewis Brown to seal the game in the 76th minute. The Warriors lost to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the 2011 Grand Final.

All Star touch rugby | BT Sport



How to Play Touch Rugby

Touch rugby is a version of rugby that is less intense and does not include tackling or kicks. Watch this video to get a basic understanding of this great game.

SUNIG 2013: Touch Rugby Day 1: NUS vs SIM and NTU vs SMU (03.09.13)

The Singapore University Games (SUNIG) held their first day of touch rugby matches on the evening of 3rd September at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Sports and Recreational Centre. National University of Singapore (NUS) kicked things off at 8pm as they went up against Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) but lost by a close margin of 4-3. The game following that saw the hosts, NTU, claiming a decisive 6-3 victory over their opponents, Singapore Management University (SMU).

The opening game between NUS and SIM was a highly intense match. NUS took a 2-0 lead easily and it was only close to half-time when SIM put in their first try. Second half started and SIM took the dominant lead. They played much better and used evasive movements to not only put them in the lead but to win the game as well with a score of 4-3.

I think we didn't start well but we collected ourselves and we pushed much harder in the second half. We're really happy with the win, especially since we were down 2-0, Catherine Chng, captain for the SIM touch rugby team exclaimed.

The second game was slightly different as one team was highly dominant over the other. NTU was controlling the game from the get go. SMU was playing their game as they were chasing for possession of the ball throughout the match. SMU then started playing more defensive and tried their best to hold NTU down. The final whistle blew and NTU won with a 6-3 victory.

I think SMU played well, they were really fast, much faster than last year so congratulations to a good game with them. I'm quite pleased with my team's performance as well but there are definitely aspects that we can improve on. Geraldine Chai, captain for NTU touch rugby team shared.

The second rounds of matches for the SUNIG touch rugby games will be held on the 6th of September at the NTU Sports & Recreational Centre Fields. More information on SUNIG fixtures and schedules can be found at

2019 NRL Touch Premiership Warriors Highlights

2018 National Touch League - Thursday Highlights

Highlights of the stadium action from the first day of play at the 2018 National Touch League, C.ex Coffs International Stadium.


2 Fresh Touch - Dylan Hennessey at NRTL 2018

Highlights of the very talented Dylan Hennessey at the Northern Rivers Touch League 'Battle of the Border 2018' touch competition held at Tweed Heads NSW.



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