Honor board

Peter McNeven

Peter was the first coach to be inducted into the Australian Touch Football “Hall of Fame”.

He managed the Queensland Mens Open team from 1983-1987, and then continued his role as coach of the Queensland Mens Open 1988-1992 and 1995-1996.

Peter coached the South West Queensland Mens Open team 1986-1987 and 1995.

He coached Australia Mens Open team from 1991 – 1999.

He is a Life Member of his club, Ipswich Touch, South West Qld Touch and Queensland Touch.

Peter has represented Australia in 51 Test matches, comprising of 35 World Cup and 16 Test match appearances.

Reg Hart

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TFA Hall of Fame

Scott Notley

Scott started playing Touch Football in 1982 because he felt the game suited him more than Rugby. Scott recalls the 1995 World Cup when Australia came from behind to defeat New Zealand 5-1 as a career highlight and is noted by all as a great ambassador for sport and especially for Touch Football. Scott has represented Australia in 61 Test matches, comprising of 44 World Cup and 17 Test match appearances.*

Craig Pierce

Craig will always be remembered as a character of Australian Touch Football and will be held close to the hearts of many. Craig was one of Australia’s most capped representatives and showed a determination and leadership, as well as fighting spirit that encouraged and inspired many people around him. Craig played for Australia 37 times, including 28 World Cup games as well as nine Test matches.*

Rick Borg

At state, national and international events, Rick has excelled as a Touch Football referee. His hard work and dedication was rewarded in 1995 when he rose to the position of the world’s number one Touch Football referee, a position he held firmly for 12 years. Rick has achieved 70 International caps for his country, consisting of 46 World Cup appearances, 21 Tests and three other internationals. In 2013, the Rick Borg Medal was created, awarded to the top referee at the National Touch League.*