Gerald Blacklock and Anthony Binge Memorial Touch Footy Competition

The Pathfinders Mid North Coast Family Referral Service, along with the help of other local Mid North Coast  services such as Goorie Galbans, Booroongen Djugun limited, Macksville Community Transport and Christian Outreach Centre, sent two local touch football teams  to the small town of Tingha  NSW.  The Teams went to complete in a local fundraiser to help the families of Anthony and Gerry who lost their lives in a fatal Motorcycle accident on July 21st.

WIN_20160916_14_16_15_Pro25 local players attended the Touch Football Fundraiser at the Tingha Sporting complex, travelled 4 hours for a 9am start.  There was a total of 28 teams who competed on the day, from all around the local area.

The Pathfinders Family Referral Service  funded  Kempsey Team won  the event on Friday taking home  the Gerald Blacklock and Anthony Binge Memorial Touch Footy Competition trophy.

Players involved


-Neville Donovan Jnr

-Elizabeth Dickson

-Selwyn Smith

-Tarn Smith

-Conrad Lardner Jnr

-Talisa Button

-Mikaela Donovan

-Stacey Griffen

-Keith Donovan

-Tarniella Bulla


The ther team involved, made it to the semi finals. Players involved

-Amelia Blair

-Freda Roberts

-Stephen Blair

-Owen Blair

-Karri Mosely

-Vance Natty

-Robert Smith

-Kirsty Edwards- Roberts

-Jamie Craigie

-Lanikee Craigie


Further thanks to Cowboy from South West Rocks who volunteere d to  drive the bus to Tingha at late notice and the Community of Tingha who welcomed the Mid North Coast Teams with open arms.