The Brass Monkey Taipei Touch League 2.0 Week 2
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Results from Week 2 of the Brass Monkey Taipei Touch League are in. Some evenly matched games again and the points table is looking pretty close. Thanks to our week 2 sponsor Fudge. Hope you all enjoy your Brownies at KGB restaurant!
Here are some photos courtesy of Fish, Lin, Rob, Sean and 江聲澐賢拜，Thank you!
這邊有一些照片與大家分享，照片提供為：Fish, Lin, Rob, Sean 以及江聲澐賢拜！感謝您們！
The Brass Monkey Taipei Touch League Week 1
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TBMTTL 2.0 has 104 players from 17 different countries registering in six teams. They are the defending champions The Sexy Beasts, KGB, Mr. Sausages, Taipei Hulks, Westlake OBs and Taiwan Celts who will battle it out on the field over four rounds.
銅猴子臺北觸球聯賽2.0開炮咯！這次有104名來自于17個國家的朋友們報名參加。這次聯賽有六支球隊，而它們分別為：衛冕冠軍Sexy Beasts (性感野獸), KGB (紐西蘭風味漢堡）, Mr. Sausage (香腸先生的廚房), Taipei Hulks (臺北綠巨人）, 西湖OB以及Taiwan Celts (臺灣愛爾蘭足球）。
Sunday Touch League 2013
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After two thunderstorm interrupted weekends, the Inaugural Touch Sunday League has come to a conclusion. Five teams registered with more than 70 people from 14 different countries signed up to play this great sport for all! The winners of the TSL were the Sexy Beasts, captained by Mr. Paul Rose as they sport their Pink Sexiness. Congratulations to them! We also want to thank all the captains for managing their teams, Sean for Taiwan Celts Gaa, James Chang for Team Sausages, Trent Prestegar for Mixed Nuts and Andy Yi for Team HULKS!
Thank you to all of our sponsors, including The Brass Monkey, Taipei Baboons, KGB, Fudge, Blhog, Mr. Sausage’s Kitchen香腸先生的廚房 for your generosity in donating some great prizes. Thank you to Grant Dexter, Paul Rose, Max Murphy, Peter Chworosky, James Chang for your assistance in making the TSL a huge success! Of course, a HUGE THANK YOU to all of the player, without you TOUCHERS, there is no Touch Sunday League!!!
Touch will carry on every Tuesday night 7.30 pm at the Training Track of Taipei Arena
2012 Kaohsiung Sevens Tournament
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Chinese Taipei Touch Association was honored to be invited by Kaohsiung Rugby Union to participate in the annual Kaohsiung City Sevens Tournament, held at the world class facilities, The National Stadium (formerly known as World Games Stadium). With a capacity of 55,000 people, The National Stadium is the largest stadium in Taiwan.
This year, 46 teams entered in the 10 categories: Junior High Sevens, University Sevens, Club Sevens, OB Sevens, Elementary Flag, Junior High Flag x 2, Junior High Girls flag, Women Flag & Touch which was played over three days.
Chinese Taipei Touch Association臺灣觸球協會很榮幸的被邀請到2013年的高雄市七人制欖球競標賽。由高雄市橄欖球委員會在世界一流的設施、國家體育場（前身為世運主場館）舉辦的高雄市七人制欖球競標賽，今年吸引了46支球隊報名。國家體育場可容納55,000人，是台灣容納多大的體育場，也是台灣最壯觀體育場之一。
On behalf of Chinese Taipei Touch Association, a huge “Thank You” must go out to Kaohsiung Rugby Union for inviting CTTA. Especially Chairman Ming-Shan Huang , 主委黃明山), Director-General Zhi-Jian Ding (總幹事丁志堅), numerous volunteers for their thankless task of organizing such an amazing tournament which was played at one of the best stadiums in Taiwan. Thank you to all the coaches, managers, referees (Grant Dexter, Andrew Donnelly, James Chang, Matt Small, Dwayne Smith, Kenny Yip, Ho Ting Fung Anthony, Paul Rose, Jacob Curran and anyone else we’ve missed out!) and Eric Li for brining over the Hong Kong Galaxy.
We look forward to return to Kaohsiung in 2014!
Photos Courtesy of Grant Dexter, Jane Chuang, Judy Fung, 高雄市橄欖球委員會 and many others!
Touch Boot Camp – Taichung Sept 2013
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On a beautiful & sunny Sunday in Taichung, Taichung Touch Rugby lead by Jake Curran, Dwayne Smith & Co., pulled off Another Touching Moment.
The intercity competition between 4 Taichung teams, 2 Kaohsiung teams and 1 Taipei team saw two Taichung teams go through to the final. However, we will never know which Taichung Team will hold the bragging rights as the match was not played due to lack of daylight.
The final match was the prized Zhong Bei Ball. An elegant hand-crafted trophy that will keep Touch thriving in Taiwan as it is contested between the cities of Taichung & Taipei.
After an intense battle which saw neither team giving an inch, Taipei came out victorious and can bring the Zhong Bei Ball back to Taipei until the next challenge.
From Chinese Taipei Touch Association 臺灣觸球協會，a massive thank you must go out towards Jake Curran and the crew at TTR for the thankless task of organizing the Boot Camp after the initial postponement. Thank you to the players from Kaohsiung Mituo HS Team, Mituo OB Team, Taichung Caterpillars, Taichungler, Juggernauts, Beefeater and Taipei for making this day happen!
Photos Courtesy of Taichung Caterpillars Junior Rugby’s Yu-Chin Huang & Taipei’s Danny Kuo
2013 Chinese Taipei Touch Tournament
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A HUGE THANK YOU to all the organizers (Grant Dexter, Paul Rose, Team HUKIT, Chairman Max Murphy), sponsors Brass Monkey, Mr. Sausage, Taipei Baboons Rugby Club, volunteers, coaches, captains, players, cameramen, referees (Andrew Vicars, Kelvin, Spencer Jemelka, Wayne Ku, Judy Fung, Connor M, Jacob Curran, Dwayne Smith, James Chang, Matthew McGill, Oliver Silsby, James Miller and anyone else I missed), Taiwan Junior Rugby Union, Taiwan Rugby Union, Chinese Taipei Rugby Football Union, parents and friends of participants (too many to name individually) who entered the 2013 Chinese Taipei Touch Tournament.
This year, well over 200 people participated in the 2013 Chinese Taipei Touch Tournament with 12 teams entering the Open Mixed Division and 4 teams in the Junior Mixed Division.