Schools from across the state, country and world returned to the Gold Coast for the second day of the Gold Coast Titans All Schools Touch event.
The next generation of sporting stars have arrived on the Gold Coast for the annual Gold Coast Titans All Schools (GCTAS) Touch Football event.
Tanglin Trust School ready to head down under for Gold Coast Titans All Schools Their bags are packed, and tickets booked – Tanglin Trust School could not be more excited to make the trip from Singapore to Queensland for the 2022 Gold Coast Titans All Schools (GCTAS). Tanglin Trust School have travelled to Queensland for […]
Having been a student playing at the GCTAS ‘back in the day’ to now spearheading the Cleveland State High School touch football program, Pryde is just as excited as his students for what lies ahead.
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Peter Bell recently put a number of questions to Hollie Graham and her students at Hamilton Girls’ High School, New Zealand who are returning to this years Gold Coast Titans All Schools.
Peter Bell recently put a series of questions to Vicky Paterson and her students at Tanglin Trust School, Singapore who will be competing at this years Gold Coast Titans All Schools.
Founding fathers of All Schools Touch football Peter Bell, Ken Edwards and Graham Herlihy share memories from the first year of the event.
Gold Coast Titans All Schools was officially launched at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday 14 August with an open girls touch football exhibition game played between Keebra Park State High School and Palm Beach Currumbin State High School.
Our first year of three at the Gold Coast Performance Centre was a total success. It was an action-packed 5-day event with over 424 teams, bringing around 6500 junior athletes, coaches, and referees, playing nearly 2000 games on the beautiful Gold Coast, thanks to Major Events Gold Coast.