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PLAY POSTPONED AT WORLD CUP TOUCH IN COFFS

PLAY POSTPONED AT WORLD CUP TOUCH IN COFFS

Torrential rain forced play to be postponed for the day at the Touch Football World Cup in Coffs Harbour.

Organisers hope to get more than 2,000 players back on the fields tomorrow even if games have to be shortened to cope with today’s disruption.

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John Ross is a senior reporter with NBN News Coffs Harbour. After studying journalism at Queensland University, John has worked as a radio and television journalist for more than 30 years.

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