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Central Coast lead 2019 NSW Junior State Cup Club Championships

Central Coast has taken a commanding lead in the 2019 NSW Junior State Cup Club Championship race after the opening weekend of the tournament.    The 2019 tournament will be held over two we... read full story

Parramatta, Central Coast & Souths dominate 2019 NSW Junior State Cup

Parramatta, Central Coast and Souths have all claimed multiple NSW Junior State Cup titles to send the 2019 Club Championship race down the wire.    The Club Championships will be decided fo... read full story

2019 NSW Junior State Cup Finalists decided

The 2019 NSW Junior State Cup finalists have been determined following two days of pool matches at C.ex International Stadium at Coffs Harbour.    Finals begin at 9am on Sunday with grand fi... read full story

Souths and Central Coast push ahead in younger State Cup age groups

Souths and Central Coast both look set for a big day tomorrow on finals day at the NSW Junior State Cup, particularly in the younger age groups.    Souths head into Sunday’s finals und... read full story

2019 NSW Junior State Cup - Day 1 Wrap

3500 players and more than 200 teams returned to C.ex International Stadium in Coffs Harbour on a hot opening day of the 2019 NSW Junior State Cup.    With the under 9s, 10s and 11s set to p... read full story

NSW Junior State Cup Recovery Guide

The 2019 NSW Junior State Cup is a marathon, not a sprint.    By Sunday afternoon, teams will have played as many as nine matches over three days on their way to potential State Cup success.... read full story

NSW Oztag launches High Performance Academy

NSW Oztag has today announced a High Performance Academy that aims to identify and nurture the sport’s best young talent.     Talent scouts will identify players at both represent... read full story

Knowles shows freakish talent as Central Coast Boys 13s bounce back

You may not have heard the name Darcy Knowles just yet, but it probably won’t be long until that changes.  The freakish 12-year old scored a hat-trick in Central Coast’s Boys 13s win ... read full story

ACT Girls 15s hungry for more State Cup success

After falling short at the final hurdle on a number of occasions, ACT Girls 14s finally tasted NSW Junior State Cup success at Coffs Harbour last year.   “I was just speechless. I was so ex... read full story

Five tips for NSW Junior State Cup success

The 2019 NSW Junior State Cup is just one sleep away.   Most players will spend today travelling to Coffs Harbour, so we thought we’d catch up with Tag World Cup winning Australian Women&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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Next Tournament:
 

 
2019 NSW JUNIOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
UNDER 9's, 10's & 11's
22nd, 23rd, 24th February
The Crest Sporting Complex, Bass Hill (Sydney)

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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 2019 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.

 



 
 
 
 

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