In what was another great example of Touch Football bringing communities together, the second annual Harmony Cup was held at Doyle Ground, Parramatta on Sunday. Hosted by NSW Touch Football, Touch Football Australia (TFA) and the National Rugby League (NRL), the Harmony Cup saw participants from a variety of countries playing in games of Touch Football in both boys and girls divisions.Countries represented throughout the day included, Ghana, Malta, China, Sudan, the Cook Islands, Singapore, Australia, Tonga, Sri Lanka and Malaysia as well as many more. A number of players had limited Touch Football experience, but this didn’t stop them from having a lot of fun and learning about the game.Riley Sohier, NSW Touch Football Development Manager, spoke on the importance of events such as the Harmony Cup, and their ability to bring people together, as well as the benefit it can bring to those who are new to the country or a community, through involvement.TFA Participation Manager, Adam Raptis, also highlighted the importance of these days and the universal impact Touch Football can have due to its diverse and inclusive nature. Raptis also mentioned the 2015 FIT Touch Football World Cup, where a number of the nation’s playing today will be represented in late April next year. The eventual winners of the Girls competition for this year were the PCYC Spartans, who were victorious over the Baulkham Hills side, 2 – 0 whilst United Africa took out the Boys competition, overcoming the First Nation Academy, 5 – 2. All teams are already looking forward to next year’s event! Photos from the event will soon be available on the Touch Football Australia Facebook Page – www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustralia. Related LinksHarmony Cup!