TOUCH OF CLASS: Queensland Broncos have scored plenty of tries in the Elite Eights to be favourites to claim the national title. Photo: Trevor Veale
TOUCH OF CLASS: Queensland Broncos have scored plenty of tries in the Elite Eights to be favourites to claim the national title. Photo: Trevor Veale Trevor Veale

Best teams to go head-to-head for national titles

AND now the serious stuff begins.

The final day of National Touch League action C.ex Coffs International Stadium today will see the semi-finals and grand finals provide a stirring climax to what's been a hot week of touch football.

In the Elite Eight competitions it's been the Queensland teams who have been dominating at the highest level.

The Queensland Broncos remain the favourites in the top women's competition while the Queensland Cowboys are looking hard to beat among the men.

The Elite Eight semi-finals begin at 10.30am this morning. The Stadium's main field in front of the grandstand will play host to the Elite Eight women's grand final at 4.40pm and the men at 6pm.

There's plenty of action to see all day long with the creme de la creme of each division putting their hand up for national selection in the Trans Tasman series to be held next month.



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