Day Two Summary

first_imgThe Australian Men’s Open game against New Zealand was one of the highlights of the day, and lived up to all expectations. Australia got out to an early lead, and nothing separated the teams at half time, locked up at three-all.The second half was just as thrilling as the first, with New Zealand eventually taking the game by one touchdown, 5-4. In the Men’s Open’s earlier games, Australia defeated Scotland 23-2.  The Mixed Open team continued its impressive form on day two, with three big wins. Australia were 20-0 winners over Switzerland in their first game, and defeated Catalonia 18-1 in game two. Game three saw the side up against South Africa, with Australia taking out the game 12-2. The touchdowns kept coming for the Australian Women’s Open team on day two when they met the England Women’s Open team. In their only game of the day, Australia were 16-1 winners. The Men’s 30’s continued on their winning ways on day two, despite a number of injuries in the side. They started their day with a 14-2 win over Japan and were11-4 winners over England on Thursday afternoon. After their win over New Zealand on the first day, the Australian Senior Mixed side continued their winning ways on Thursday, with two wins. The side were 9-4 winners over South Africa in their first game of the day, and defeated England 14-3 in their second game. The Men’s 35’s were also winners in their only game of the day, defeated South Africa 9-3 on Thursday afternoon. The Australian Men’s 40’s made it four wins from their five games so far, with two wins on day two. The Men’s 40’s were 13-0 winners over Ireland, and defeated Wales 18-1. Stay up to date with all of the latest news and information from the 2011 World Cup in the following ways:Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Touch-Football-Australia/384949403384#!/pages/Touch-Football-Australia/384949403384 Twitter:www.twitter.com/touchfootyaus YouTube:www.youtube.com/touchfootballauslast_img