The Bluesky Touch competition kicked off on Monday in exciting fashion, with a number of close games showcasing the high level of skill on display.
The Cook Islands Touch Association muster meet on Monday recorded a good turnout and organisers are hoping for similar numbers in the final build-up competition this afternoon.
Cook Islands Touch Association will continue its second week of muster games today at Nikao Field with organised games for both men’s and women’s sides.
The Cook Islands Touch 2018 season gets underway next week with muster competitions to help clubs prepare well before the season gets underway later this month.
Touch rugby can be a pathway to professional sports such as rugby union and league, says Touch New Zealand icon Peter Walters.