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Jakarta Touch Rugby Club

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Contact Persons:

Tony McDougall - tony.mcdougall@gmail.com
Simon Ballantyne - sballantyne@groundrisk.com
Todd Lauchlan - Todd.Lauchlan@ap.jll.com

Membership

Open to men and women of all nationalities who are interested to play, experienced or not, fit or wanting to get fit. Current number of members: 55. Costs are based on a pay-as-you-play basis. Most activities are held in English. Club activities are announced via fax and Email. Membership entitles a person to join in the enjoyment, friendship and exercise!

About Jakarta Touch Football Club

Our goal is to play touch football for pleasure. This is a game played outside on grass with an oval-shaped ball which is held in the hand. Two teams with up to 6 players aside. The aim is to place the ball over the scoring line without being touched by the opposition. If a player is touched, they must stop and must place the ball on the ground between their feet and roll it back to a receiver who passes it off to another player. After six consecutive touches the ball passes to the other side.

Mixed team games are played on Jakarta International School fields at the Cilandak Campus on Thursdays (19:30-21:00) and on Sundays 15:00-17:00.

Social drinks take place after the run on Thursday evenings.

Anyone who is interested is welcome to come along and join in.

 

Last updated September 19, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

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