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2019 Budgy Smuggler Beach Tag

The Budgy Smuggler Beach Tag tournaments are on again in 2019 with Wollongong being added to the list. Download a nomination form below and send to liam@oztag.com.au to enter a tea. There is limite... read full story

2018 Australian Senior Oztag Championships: Grand Final Results

The finals of the 2018 Australian Senior Oztag Championships have been played in perfect conditions on a warm Sunday afternoon in Coffs Harbour.    Following two gruelling days of pool match... read full story

Warriors finally end Men’s Opens Nationals title drought

Warriors have ended a seven year Australian Senior Men’s Open Championship drought, beating Wolves 9-2 in the final on a warm afternoon at C.ex International Stadium.    The western Sy... read full story

2018 Australian Senior Championship finalists decided

The finalists for the 2018 Australian Senior Oztag Championships have been decided following two days of pool matches at C.Ex International Stadium in Coffs Harbour. Quarter finals begin from 8:3... read full story

Tigers beat Vipers to claim box seat in Mixed Open's

Tigers have sent a message to their Mixed Open’s opposition with a dominant 9-2 in over Vipers late on Saturday afternoon.   With both sides undefeated heading into the clash, Tigers s... read full story

Pressure the key as Central Coast Mens Opens chase back to back National titles

Central Coast Men’s Opens captain Shannon O’Brian said pressure is the key to winning matches at Australian Oztag Championships, following his side’s impressive day two victory over ... read full story

2018 Senior Nationals: Tigers & Sydney Warriors on top after day one

Tigers & Sydney Warriors have dominated on day one of the 2018 Australian Senior Oztag Championships in Coffs Harbour The two western Sydney sides impressed from the opening whis... read full story

Sunshine Coast Sonics fight back after slow start to title defence

  The Sunshine Coast Sonics Womens 20s have overcome a slow start to the day to move into the top four of the nine team competition midway through the pool stage.    The tournament didn... read full story

Melbourne Royals claim big win in Nationals Oztag debut

The Melbourne Royals have claimed an impressive 12-5 victory over Metro North Marlins in their Australian Senior Oztag Championship debut.    Flying the flag for Victoria for the very first ... read full story

Vipers Men's 20s searching for back to back National titles

  Vipers Men’s 20s know they’ll head into this weekend’s Australian Senior Oztag Championships with a target on their head after winning the tournament in 2017, but they aren&rs... read full story


 

This is the official website for Oztag Australia.

 

OZTAG football is the latest craze in recreational sport that now has competitions running all over Australia, with the largest areas located in Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra.

It is a non-tackling game. Normal dimensions of the field are 70 metres x 50 metres. Two fields will fit on one rugby or soccer field. Eight players in each team are on the field at any one time. Players wear shorts with a Velcro patch on each side. A strip of cloth is attached to the Velcro, known as a tag. The object of the game is to score tries. Defenders prevent this by tagging the ball carrier, removing the tag from the shorts.

 

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2018 Australian Championships

Friday 7th, Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th December

Coffs Harbour

(World Cup Novemeber 2018)

 

LIVE SCORES 


LIVE STREAM SUNDAY

 

POOLS & DRAW Updated 16th November

Pools

Draw

Map

 

Conditions of Entry

Wet Weather Policy

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Australian Championships

The Australian Championships is Oztag’s toughest tournament. Local Associations throughout NSW, ACT and QLD merge to form 13 Regions which enables the best of the best Oztag players to compete over a 2 day tournament. 13 divisions are offered catering for both men and women aged 15 – 50+ years. Only registered Oztag players who meet AOSA’s eligibility guidelines are eligible to participate in this tournament. Australian teams are selected from this tournament. 

NSW Junior State Cup

The Junior State Cup is NSW’s biggest Junior tournament. Over 230 teams from 45 Associations compete with the hope of being titled as the NSW Champions at the conclusion of the tournament. 18 divisions are offered at this tournament catering for children aged 8 – 17 years. Only registered Oztag players who meet AOSA’s eligibility guidelines are eligible to participate in this tournament.

QLD Junior State Cup

All the information you need is on the Queensland Oztag site.

NSW Senior State Cup

The Senior State Cup is NSW’s biggest senior tournament. Over 100 teams from 50 Associations compete with the hope of being titled as the NSW Champions at the conclusion of the tournament. 13 divisions are offered at this tournament catering for children aged 15 – 50+ years. Only registered Oztag players who meet AOSA’s eligibility guidelines are eligible to participate in this tournament.

QLD Senior State Cup

All the information you need for 2016 is on the Queensland Oztag site.

 

Tens

“Oztag Tens” is a new, exciting variation of Oztag played on a full size field (100mx65m). There are 10 players on the field at any one time, with unlimited interchange. An exciting addition to Tens includes a post try power play, much like a conversion instead the scoring team has 1 play to score an extra point - 1 forward pass can be made during this power play (2 points awarded).

2 players on either team will be given 2 different coloured tags. Those two players may sub at any time. There must only be 2 players at a time on the field with those alternate tags.

The defensive team must remove both tags from a player running the ball with the alternate tags. If only one is removed, the referee will call play on and he may continue to run the ball until the second tag is removed. The ball player will then play the ball where the second tag was taken.

Oztag Tens competitions will be introduced in Winter 2017 as an alternative to those who want to play a non-contact  version of Rugby League. 

 

Beachtag

Beach Oztag is a fast paced, dynamic game which is played on a modified Oztag field (50m x 30m) on the sand. Beach Oztag has 6 players on the field at any time with 10 minute halves. Mixed divisions are played with 3 males & 3 females.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Tag World Cup. 2018
 
C.ex Stadium Coffs Harbour Novermber 1,2,3 & 4
 
 


 

   
 
 
 

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