2016 Andrew Wuksta Award

Congratulations to Declan Patrala for being awarded the 2016 Andrew Wuksta Memorial award for being the Rookie Referee of the Year. This award is given to a the referee, who is in their early stages of refereeing, stands out as having a relaxed, friendly, positive outlook, a referee who is willing to accept advice and always […]

AWSRA Inducts a new life member

The AWSRA would like to welcome Stephen Hayes as its newest life member. Steve has held a number of positions within football over the years including coaching, President of the local football association, refereeing and is currently a director of FNSW. Steve has been an active referee for the AWSRA for the past 20 years […]

Wet weather information for members

Firstly: With the wet weather continuing this weekend, a number of matches have been relocated to other pitches. The centre official is reminded to ensure they undertake a thorough pitch inspection before the start of each game. Note: if you have any issues on the condition of any pitch, and if possible, please seek the […]

League to cut loose abuse

http://www.bordermail.com.au/story/4002105/league-to-cut-loose-abuse/?cs=10 IT’S always the minority that ruins it for the majority.” Albury Wodonga Football Association president Simon Randall is hoping to stamp out instances of referee abuse this weekend. The Association has jumped on board Football NSW’s ‘Shoosh’ campaign, aimed at making the pitch a better environment for referees and players alike. The premise is […]

Level 4 Referee’s Course

The AWSRA are conducting a Level 4 referees course (probably our last for the season). The course will be held on July 13th, 14th and 21st starting at 7:00 PM and finishing at 9:00 PM each night. To register for the course please visit this link (http://education-ffa.sportingpulse.com/Entry/?EID=14810). The cost for the course is $60 and […]

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