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2014 Youth Touch Tournament

March 11, 2014 at 2:45 PM

Te Korowai is running a Youth Touch Tournament on Friday the 28th of March at Waitemata rugby club in Henderson and would love for you to be involved in some way as they are putting together this event to raise awareness around family violence.

There will be prizes on the day to be won, MVP awards, Sprint Race prizes etc… There will also be an all-day bbq that will be provided, as well as a sprint race for every team to get involved in.

There will be tents put up and people at the tournament that will have information about family violence and different agencies and organisations that you can go to if you want help or information about what to do and who to speak to.

See the flyer for more info or contact to register a team.

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