Ministers Wish Participants Luck For NTL

first_imgMinister Annesley said he was delighted to see Touch Football events of this calibre in New South Wales.“Touch Football is growing in popularity in Australia and around the world and I’m sure the National Touch League will be a great success for competitors and for the town of Port Macquarie,” Minister Annesley said. “As one of the stunning New South Wales coastline’s busiest holiday destinations, Port Macquarie is an ideal location for the 2012 National Touch League, with a wide variety of accommodation styles and other facilities available for the 2,500+ competitors.  “This is one of many Touch Football events that the NSW Government, through Destination NSW, has secured to drive benefits to the NSW visitor economy,” he said. The NSW Government, through Destination NSW, has secured a Touch Football package for New South Wales, which will see numerous Touch Football events held in various locations across the state leading to the Touch Football Word Cup in New South Wales in 2015.Member for Port Macquarie, Leslie Williams said the fact that Port Macquarie is hosting the 2012 X-Blades National Touch League is very positive news.“Port Macquarie’s calendar of events is only getting stronger and to have the X-Blades National Touch League here in the lead up to the 2015 Touch Football World Cup is a great honour.“The event will be great for the community, providing exciting competitive action and attracting visitors to the area.”To keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and information in the lead up to and during the event, please visit the NTL Be sure to ‘like’ and ‘follow’ the Touch Football Australia (TFA) Facebook and Twitter pages in the lead up to the 2012 X-Blades NTL to keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and (be sure to use the hashtag #NTL2012 if you are mentioning the NTL)TFA’s YouTube channel will also be updated frequently during the NTL. To view the channel or become a subscriber, please click on the link below: