Men's Division Four: Season Preview

The Vawdon Div 4 boys appear to be the most diverse and interesting
team at the club. Timmy D hopes that the following people will heed his sage
advice, particularly when they play on the Parramatta Fields named after his

Firstly, there is a strong French presence that has not been felt in Australia since the introduction of the croissant at Coles in the 1970s. In line with the French passion for fashion, François enjoys wearing a nice white scarf. Little does he know that the scarf serves as a subliminal message to the opposition that they are likely to be leaving the fields with neck braces after trying to save his dives. We also have our own resident Napoleon Bonaparte incarnate in none other than Jacques. Small in stature, big in heart. Pierre also makes the occasional appearance; happy wife happy life. Confusingly, however, Alain is often seen sporting a singlet with Japanese dolphin insignia, perhaps in support of sustainable fishing practices and wildlife preservation. Don’t poison the poisson.

Secondly, we have high hopes in some of our local recruits. James
Arnold (Schwarzenegger) made good his promise to ‘be back’ and try out for a
rep team this year. We are looking forward to seeing him score as many tries
this season as there are centimetres in the circumference of his biceps. We
also have Adam and we hope he can teach us the Sipi Tau so that we can be as intimidating as Jason Taumalolo when
he runs a crash line. Finally, our speedy Charlie Gill seems to have been named
after an international rugby league player in the 1950s. His parents clearly
have high expectations. If Charlie can keep making those quick dumps on
middles, he’ll have found the Golden Ticket for a Vawdon medal.

Thirdly, coach Timmy’s international scouting campaign was a
success. Zain is currently heading in One Direction – the opposition try line.
Although he has been struck by ‘A Whole New World’ of university exams since
coming from Dubai, he’s ‘Still Got Time’ to play some touch from ‘Dusk Till
Dawn’ on Friday nights. Peter Benson is also bringing us the ‘Luck of the
Irish’. If he can play ball like Johnny Sexton or Conor Murray we’ll take home
the Six Suburbs Championship. We also have Tom from Holland who can windmill a

Fourthly, we have some who are near and dear to others in the Bullets family: the First Gentleman of the Club (Chris), who scandalously supports the Tigers; and Keith (lightning) Mac(queen) – never has there been a man with quicker feet.

Fifthly, we have some old heads in the squad. Sam ‘Random
Souths Guy’ Zaf is back from injury and is as loyal to the club as Darius Boyd
is to Wayne Bennett. Patrick is a veteran Wing Commander and is not afraid to
catch a few missiles sent his way. Michael, our co-captain, is out to prove
that he is not as injury prone as his brother and is keen to moot the laws of
the game with the refs. We will also be having guest appearances from an Alpine
G.O.A.T – Ryan.

Finally, there is Joey the co-captain clown who wrote this
preview: ‘If we don’t know what we are
doing, the enemy certainly can’t anticipate our future actions’ – Colonel

Now recruiting referee's

With a number of competitions on the horizon, the UNSW Touch Club are now looking for referee's to represent the club.

Refereeing is a fantastic opportunity to be actively involved with our club. We are currently looking for referee's for our Monday social competition, Tuesday junior's social competition, as well as for Vawdon and State Cup's.

Referee's in our social competitions are paid based on their level of experience/qualification.

Representative referee's at Vawdon and State Cup's are remunerated based on qualification, as well as for travel costs, etc.

If you are interested in becoming a referee for the UNSW Touch Club, please get in contact with Manu, our Technical Director via the contact form below.

Jamie Chan Wins NSW Senior Player of the Year

Bullets, Rebels, NSW and Australian representative Jamie Chan has been awarded NSW Senior Player of the Year at the 2019 NSW Touch Awards night.

Jamie has played for the Bullets for the last two years and was instrumental in bringing our club its first Mens Division One championships, both at Vawdon Cup and State Cup.

Congratulations Jamie on a well-deserved award.

Bullets Men Complete the Double

Our boys have done what no other Bullets team has done before. Complete the Vawdon Cup - State Cup double. In a thrilling game that went down to the wire, the Bullets Mens Division One team were able to hold off a fast-finishing Parramatta to win the club's first division one State Cup in their brief history.

To catch the entire game, check out the video at:

Vawdon Cup Champions

After many years of trying, and a whole bunch of close calls, the Bullets have finally won a Division One championship, with the Mens team taking out the 2019 title.

Check out the match below