Referees

NNSWF provide further referee education for zones

Northern NSW Football has created a new role to help improve education and development of community referees across the member federation. Riley Kirkaldy has been appointed to the Referee Education and Development Co-Ordinator role and hit the ground running, holding

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NNSWF put new referees on the fast track for 2022

Northern NSW Football will conduct a Level 4 Referee Course to fast track the recruitment of more adults to become match officials in 2022. The course will be held over two sessions on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 December from

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Recipients of inaugural RTC Group NNSWF Talented Indigenous Scholarships announced

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the inaugural recipients of its RTC Group NNSWF Talented Indigenous Scholarships. The scholarships were a Northern NSW Football initiative as part of its inaugural RTC Group Indigenous Round across its Premier Competitions in

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NNSWF form inaugural State Referee Committee

Northern NSW Football has confirmed the members appointed to its inaugural State Referee Committee. The committee has been formed to manage the development of northern NSW match officials and implement Football Australia’s national curriculum in line with the Australian Officiating

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NNSWF relaunch Youth Referee Academy

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the relaunch of its Youth Referee Academy for 2022-23 to better fast track the development of the state’s most promising young match officials. The inaugural 34 referees selected for the academy come from

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Jackson Stuart named Hunter Valley Football’s Newcastle Permanent Community Referee of the Year

Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Jackson Stuart as Hunter Valley Football’s Newcastle Permanent Referee of the Year for 2021. Jackson officiates matches for Hunter Valley Football and has shown true dedication and passion for the game giving players,

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Northern NSW Football launch Newcastle Permanent Referee Recognition Week for 2021

Northern NSW Football has launched its 2021 Newcastle Permanent Referee Recognition Week with the theme of showing respect to match officials. The week, from Monday 19 July to Sunday 25 July, is Northern NSW Football’s annual celebration of match officials

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Fast-Track Referee Course already getting new match officials out on the pitch

Northern NSW Football’s Level 4 and 3 Fast-Track Referee Course is already having a positive effect with more match officials taking to the pitch across Zone Football League competitions. Nathan Smith is one of those match officials, having completed the

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RTC Group NNSWF Talented Indigenous Scholarships launched

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the launch of its inaugural RTC Group NNSWF Talented Indigenous Scholarships. The scholarships are an initiative of Northern NSW Football as part of its inaugural RTC Group Indigenous Round across its Premier Competitions

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Do you want to become a referee? The NNSWF Referee Starter Pack is BACK for 2021!

After the success of its 2019 and 2020 programs, Northern NSW Football has committed to encouraging more young and experienced players as well as volunteers to become Match Officials by offering the $140 ‘on-the-pitch’ pack. The starter pack was introduced

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