The muster competition is to help the interested clubs prepare well before the season proper, which begins next week.
Cook Islands Touch president Daphne Brown is calling on interested players and teams to join the competition which starts at 5pm.
“Teams and referees are asked to be on time for the start of the games. There is still room for teams to register for the men’s and women’s competition,” Brown said.
Anyone wanting to get into a team or is keen to learn the game can come down to Nikao Field and see Brown.
The second and final muster competition will be held this Wednesday.
5.15pm Field 1 Bounty Hunters-Nukz Power (women’s), 5.35pm Field 1 GAT-Manatoa (men’s), Field 2 FBI-Te Au Vaine (women’s), 6.05pm Field 1 Team Transport-Germinators (men’s).