REGISTRATION FOR 2018 Season and Grading dates now Open


Welcome back everyone and we hope you have had a great Christmas and New Year period. It's time to think football with WMFC again. Grading is for players wishing to trial for a position in a Div1 or Div 2 teams in age groups from U10-U18 in the Open Category. Girls are eligble to play in the open category if they don't want to play in Girls Only competition, and they are allowed to play one year down from their age in open.

NOTE: Players wishing to play in a social competition do not need to grade however STILL NEED TO REGISTER as the club needs to know how many teams we have in each age group and division. Location will be @ warramanga ovals

Sunday 11 Feb and Sunday 18th Feb 2018

U10 and U11 - 5:00-6:00pm

U12 and U13 - 6.00-7:00pm

U14 to U18 -   7:00-8.00pm


Monday 12 th Feb and Monday 19th Feb 2018

U10 and U11 - 5:00-6:00pm

U12 and U13 - 6.00-7:00pm

U14 to U18 -   7:00-8.00pm


**NOTE: Please arrive 30 mins before your session to sign on and get your number. 

We have had good support in 2017 from coaches and  parents but to keep these sessions working effectively, we need the 2018 coaches  or prospective coaches (or willing parents) to be present at these sessions to assist in running the drills to allow the WWFC assessors to do their thing. We will be running the kids through four skills stations and the Woden Weston Assesors will explain the drills so community coaches /parents can run them leaving the assessors to assess the players. The info session will be for one hour on the 4th Feb at 7:30pm @ Canberra Southern Cross Club Phillip.

We need people so please contact me on :  to let me know you can help out. If we don't get helpers the grading sessions will not run as effectively as last year.

 A community club is only as effective as the people and number of people that put their hand up. Look forward seeing you there at the sessions.


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