Beach touchies tournament returns to Jeffreys Bay

2018-11-29 06:00

THE adrenaline-packed JBay Touchies tournament is back - one of the biggest highlights on the local sports calendar.

The tournament, sponsored by USN, will see 32 teams of eight players each taking to the field - or rather beach.

The tournament will take place at Dolphin Beach in Jeffreys Bay on December 26.

It is expected that well-known players, including members of the Springbok team, will attend the day.

The entry fee is R100 per team. Loads of prizes will be up for grabs, including prizes from Cell C and USN.

For information or to enter, contact Christo Botha at 072 238 4463 or send an email to


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