SuperStar Touch Demo Game - St Johns Primary Mullumbimby


Steve 'Whiz' Martin and Graham 'Wombat' Eadie (NRL, NSW State of Origin 1980 and Australian Kangaroos 1979) hosted and played in the Primary School SuperStar Touch game held at Mullumbimby Leagues Club ground on Monday December 5, 2011. Aussie SuperStar Touch provides communities with a team game that improves fitness, develops skill levels and encourages communication. All successful Rugby League teams have high fitness levels. In the modern game these teams generally rely on their hooker, half and five eighth to provide the creativity to initiate attacking opportunities. When players have confidence in each other and communicate effectively, opportunities are turned into points. In SuperStar Touch we encourage all players to develop the three key components of fitness, creativity and communication. Aussie SuperStar Touch uses the '2 Person Touch Rule' to provide opportunities for all players to be creative. This, in turn, encourages players in the attacking team to talk to each other. In many Rugby League games you see half chances created and exploited by enthusiastic support play. The '2 Person Touch Rule' creates the same conditions in SuperStar Touch. Just as important is the talk between players in the defending team. If the defending team fails to communicate effectively they will find it difficult to contain the attacking team. If you are interested in playing the game please access for more information.