Maitland players fly out to England on Friday for Touch World Cup

Michael Hartshorn
Updated July 11 2024 - 8:36am, first published July 10 2024 - 4:50pm
Maitland's Australian Emus representatives Jack Edwards and Daniel Langbridge. Pictures from Touch Football Australia
Maitland's Australian Emus representatives Jack Edwards and Daniel Langbridge. Pictures from Touch Football Australia

A quartet of Maitland touch footballers fly out on Friday as part of a huge contingent of 13 Australian teams to compete at the Touch Football World Cup in Nottingham from July 15-21.

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Michael Hartshorn

Michael Hartshorn

Senior reporter

Since starting in 1985 at the then Melbourne Herald, journalism has taken me around Australia from Victoria, to the Northern Territory, Cairns in Queensland and now Port Stephens. After all those years there is still something special about informing and connecting with readers.

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