World Cup Robben, Baggio & the 10 most iconic misses in World Cup history Goal 06:00 6/9/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty World Cup England France Italy Netherlands Nigeria Ghana Brazil The World Cup is loved for the glorious goals on show but it has witnessed its fair share of incredible misses. Goal runs down the best of the latter
The pool matches are now completed. Results can be viewed here. For official scores, draws and statistics on teams and individual players visit the official SportingPulse homepage using the following link. 2004 18 YEARS CHAMPIONSHIPS LINK Stories can also be found on the ATA Tournaments – National 18’s page, using the following link. 2004 18 YEARS CHAMPIONSHIPS ATA LINK 18 YEARS AND UNDER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS MENS ROUND 1: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 8:10am- ACT (6) def NSWCIS (1) 9:00am- SQBD (6) def SunCoast (3) 9:00am- QSST (12) def NT (1) Bye- CQ Pool 2: 8:10am- TouchWest (8) def Tas (1) 8:10am- SWQ (8) def Scorpions (6) 9:00am- NSWCHS (10) def Hornets (3) Bye- NSWCCC Pool 3: 8:10am- Mets (7) def Eagles (4) 9:00am- NQ (10) def SA (0) 9:50am- Suns (15) def Vic (0) Bye- Cobras WOMENS ROUND 1: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 12:00pm- TouchWest (7) def SA (2) 12:50pm- NSWCCC (4) def NQ (2) 12:50pm- NSWCHS (8) def Mets (1) Pool 2: 12:00pm- QSST (13) def Hornets (3) 12:50pm- Cobras (11) def NT (1) 12:50pm- NSWCIS (9) def SWQ (5) Bye- SunCoast Pool 3: 9:50am- SQBD (8) def Scorpions (2) 9:50am- Suns (10) def Rebels (2) 9:50am- CQ (14) def Tas (0) Bye- ACT MENS ROUND 2: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 1:40pm- NSWCIS (6) v NT (2) 1:40pm- QSST(5) drew CQ (5) 2:30pm- SunCoast (4) def ACT (3) Bye- SQBD Pool 2: 1:40pm- NSWCHS (10) v NSWCCC (6) 2:30pm- Hornets (4) v Scorpions (3) 2:30pm- SWQ (8) v Tas (0) Bye- TouchWest Pool 3: 2:30pm- Mets (7) def Cobras (4) 3:20pm- NQ (15) def Vic (0) 4:10pm- Eagles (16) def SA (3) Bye- Suns WOMENS ROUND 2: Wednesday September 15 Pool 1: 3:20pm- NSWCHS (6) def TouchWest (4) 3:20pm- NSWCCC (11) def SA (0) 3:20pm- Mets (3) def NQ (2) Pool 2: 4:10pm- SunCoast (10) def NT (0) 4:10pm- SWQ (4) def Hornets (2) 4:10pm- QSST (12) def Cobras (2) Bye- NSWCIS Pool 3: 1:40pm- ACT (6) def Rebels (2) 1:40pm- CQ (3) def Scorpions (0) 2:30pm- SQBD (5) def Suns (3) Bye- Tas MENS ROUND 3: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 8:10am- CQ (7) def NT (1) 9:00am- QSST (14) def SunCoast (1) 9:50am- SQBD (4) drew ACT (4) Bye- NSWCIS Pool 2: 9:50am- NSWCHS (18) def Tas (0) 9:50am- SWQ (10) def TouchWest (6) 9:50am- NSWCCC (2) v Hornets (1) Bye- Scorpions Pool 3: 10:40am- NQ (5) def Suns (4) 10:40am- Mets (18) def Vic (0) 10:40am- Cobras (4) def Eagles (3) Bye- SA WOMENS ROUND 3: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 11:30am- NSWCHS (5) def NSWCCC (3) 11:30am- TouchWest (5) def Mets (2) 11:30am- NQ (6) def SA (0) Pool 2: 8:10am- QSST (10) def NSWCIS (0) 8:10am- Cobras (10) def SWQ (0) 8:10am- SunCoast (10) def Hornets (3) Bye- NT Pool 3: 9:00am- SQBD (16) def Tas (0) 9:00am- CQ (4) v Suns (4) 9:00am- ACT (4) v Scorpions (4) Bye- Rebels MENS ROUND 4: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 1:10pm- SQBD (5) def NT (1) 1:10pm- QSST (10) def ACT (0) 2:00pm- CQ (7) def NSWCIS (3) Bye- SunCoast Pool 2: 12:20pm- NSWCCC (5) def Scorpions (4) 1:10pm- Hornets (6) def TouchWest (1) 1:10pm- NSWCHS (14) v SWQ (5) Bye- Tas Pool 3: 2:00pm- Eagles (6) def Suns (4) 2:00pm- Cobras (13) def SA (3) 2:00pm- Mets (6) def NQ (5) Bye- Vic WOMENS ROUND 4: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 2:50pm- NSWCHS (15) def SA (0) 3:40pm- TouchWest (3) def NQ (2) 3:40pm- NSWCCC (9) def Mets (4) Pool 2: 10:40am- Cobras (6) def NSWCIS (3) 11:30am- QSST (8) def SunCoast (0) 12:20pm- Hornets (5) drew NT (5) Bye- SWQ Pool 3: 12:20pm- Scorpions (4) drew Rebels (4) 12:20pm- Suns (17) def Tas (0) 12:20pm- SQBD (4) def ACT (2) Bye- CQ MENS ROUND 5: Thursday September 16 Pool 1: 4:30pm- SQBD (10) def NSWCIS (3) 4:30pm- CQ (11) def SunCoast (3) 5:20pm- NT (7) def ACT (3) Bye- QSST Pool 2: 4:30pm- SWQ (6) drew Hornets (6) 5:20pm- Scorpions (10) def TouchWest (5) 5:20pm- NSWCCC (14) def Tas (0) Bye- NSWCHS Pool 3: 6:10pm- NQ (8) def Eagles (7) 6:10pm- Suns (5) def SA (1) 6:10pm- Cobras (10) def Vic (0) Bye- Mets WOMENS ROUND 5: Thursday September 16 Pool 2: 3:40pm- SunCoast (4) drew NSWCIS (4) 3:40pm- SWQ (5) def NT (4) 4:30pm- Cobras (9) def Hornets (3) Bye- QSST Pool 3: 2:50pm- CQ (8) def Rebels (1) 2:50pm- ACT (11) def Tas (0) 2:50pm- Suns (4) drew Scorpions (4) Bye- SQBD Friday September 17 Pool 1: 11:20am- NSWCHS (4) def NQ (3) 11:20am- Mets (5) def SA (1) 11:20am- NSWCCC (5) def TouchWest (4) MENS ROUND 6: Friday September 17 Pool 1: 8:50am- CQ (7) def SQBD (5) 8:50am- QSST (11) def NSWCIS (0) 9:40am- NT (6) def SunCoast (3) Bye- ACT Pool 2: 9:40am- NSWCHS (10) def Scorpions (3) 9:40am- NSWCCC (12) def TouchWest (3) 10:30am- Hornets (10) def Tas (1) Bye SWQ Pool 3: 9:40am- Cobras (2) def Suns (1) 10:30am- Mets (11) def SA (5) 10:30am- Eagles (14) def Vic (1) Bye- NQ WOMENS ROUND 6: Friday September 17 Pool 2: 8:00am- SunCoast (7) def SWQ (6) 8:00am- Hornets (3) def NSWCIS (1) 8:00am- QSST (13) def NT (0) Bye- Cobras Pool 3: 8:00am- Scorpions (9) def Tas (1) 8:50am- SQBD (10) def Rebels (1) 8:50am- CQ (8) def ACT (4) Bye- Suns MENS ROUND 7: Friday September 17 Pool 1: 12:10pm- NSWCIS (3) drew SunCoast (3) 1:00pm- CQ (10) def ACT (2) 1:50pm- QSST (12) def SQBD (1) Bye- NT Pool 2: 1:00pm- Scorpions (11) def Tas (1) 1:00pm- NSWCCC (11) def SWQ (4) 1:50pm- NSWCHS (13) def TouchWest (1) Bye- Hornets Pool 3: 1:00pm- SA (5) def Vic (3) 1:50pm- NQ (4) def Cobras (2) 1:50pm- Mets (8) def Suns (3) Bye- Eagles WOMENS ROUND 7: Friday September 17 Pool 2: 10:30am- NSWCIS (14) def NT (4) 11:20am- Cobras (6) def SunCoast (3) 12:10pm- QSST (8) def SWQ (0) Bye- Hornets Pool 3: 12:10pm- ACT (5) def Suns (3) 12:10pm- SQBD (3) def CQ (2) 12:10pm- Rebels (12) def Tas (0) Bye- Scorpions
The last week has marked a busy time for key officials, volunteers, and staff of Touch Football Australia with involvement in several conferences, workshops, and forums held in Brisbane from 21-25 March 2007.Twenty-four representatives from Touch Football Australia attended the biannual Australian Sports Commission’s Our Sporting Future Conference at the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre from 21-23 March 2007.The attendees were given the opportunity to attend lectures that examined contemporary issues and explored growth opportunities in sport. Technological and cutting edge scientific advances, the future of sport as a business, and societal trends such as demographic shifts and their potential influence on the cultural, social and economic landscape for sporting organizations were discussed.Speakers included academics, media experts, innovators from the sports industry, and high profile business people. A Sports Industry exhibition was run concurrently and there were several professional development and networking opportunities provided via social engagements including a gala ball at Suncorp Stadium and a Great Sporting Debate luncheon.Touch Football Australia was one of a small number of sports that were given the opportunity to present a forum session.Acting CEO Colm Maguire and TFA Board of Management Chairman Michael Sparks spoke to a capacity audience about Structure and governance, highlighting the processes, obstacles, shortcomings, and positive outcomes of the restructuring Touch Football has undergone in the last two years.Many sports are now revising their structures to ensure their survival in a competitive market place. Touch Football is one of the first sports to re-engineer its framework and the lecture was received with interest by the captive audience.The TFA Future Directions Workshop was conducted in two distinct segments over the weekend, firstly examining the strategic plans of the organisation, then focusing on the operational endeavours of the sport.The National Strategic Forum (Saturday 24 march) and the TFA Human Resources Forum (Sunday 25 March) were held at the Dockside Central Apartment Hotel.Key Volunteers and Staff across key specialty areas of expertise relevant to the sport from around the nation participated in the National Strategic Forum led by Sport Industry Training guru, Michael Mc Laughlin.The enthusiasm, knowledge, passion and insights provided by the leaders of our game across the various disciplines highlighted an overarching desire and commitment to examine the past, learn from experiences, listen to others, make adjustments and changes as necessary, and ensure a settled, positive, and united progression towards a productive future.TFA Staff congregated in Brisbane on Sunday 25 March to participate in a Human Resources Forum aimed at uniting, understanding, and focussing all staff in a philosophical, cultural, and professional sense.Staff participated in various sessions, including organisational development segments led by Master of Organisational Psychology, Sarah Lewis.Staff were given an overview of TFA’s expectations and given the opportunity to meet and network with interstate colleagues. Outcomes and recommendations from the Future Directions Workshop have been tabulated and will be reflected in adjustments that will be made to the strategic and operational plans of the organisation in the near future.Information and any aspects of the Future Directions Workshop can be accessed by contacting the TFA office in Brisbane on 07) 32471733.
New South Wales Hunter Western Hornets Regional Touch is set to embark on one of the biggest tournaments that they have ever had. The 2014 Peter Wilson Memorial Championships will consist of over 100 junior teams battling it out at the annual event.Host club, Nelson Bay Touch Association, along with Hornets are working hard in preparation for this year’s milestone event, with grounds in great condition and facilities ready to go.Clubs will feature in all state age divisions (Under 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 Boys and Girls), with a high attendance rate from many Hornets affiliates. Clubs sending teams to this year’s event include; Maitland, Singleton, Scone, Muswellbrook, Beresfield, Wallsend, Newcastle City, Doyalson Junior, Central Coast, Peninsula Junior, Berkeley Vale and host club Nelson Bay. In addition, the tournament will feature Forster Tuncurry from the Northern Eagles during Saturday’s games.In addition to the teams, there will be in excess of 500 officials, coaching staff and volunteers helping this event run smoothly, with some even travelling from clubs such as Parkes, Orange, Dubbo, Bathurst, Coolah and more.Event organisers are very happy with this year’s contingent and are looking forward to another large scale event. While the event is always large, members of the Touch Football community are encouraged each year to attend, with previous attending clubs such as Port Macquarie, Taree and Sydney clubs always taking a lot out of this event in the lead up to the New South Wales Junior State Cup.The event will be held at the Tomaree Sports Complex (Home of Nelson Bay Touch Association) Nelson Bay Road, Nelson Bay, on Saturday, 1 February and Sunday, 2 February 2014. Tournament highlights include the finals series for all divisions, the Dean McManus (18’s Boys) and Gai Taylor (18’s Girls) perpetual trophies, as well as the annual title of Peter Wilson Memorial Club Champions, all to be announced on the Sunday afternoon.For further information, fixtures and results of the event please visit www.hornetstouch.com.au and stay up-to-date with regular feeds, highlights and photos of the event on our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/hornetstouch. Related LinksPeter Wilson Champs