💙WHO WANTS TO BE A WARATAH BUD?💛
This year we are introducing a new development program for 3, 4 and 5 year old boys and girls.
👦🏻*It’s like a pre-school for Miniroos*👧🏽
It will be held at Belmore Park, North Parramatta, 11:30am commencing Saturday, 2 July 2022.
The program will go for 6 weeks and every child will receive a cool T-Shirt.
This is a great introductory program for our little ones to learn and enjoy our great game!😀
So if you would like your child to be a Waratah Bud and start the learning the world game, REGISTER NOW by clicking on the link below:
WARATAH BUD PROGRAM REGISTRATION
Weather you have experience or you don’t, but love being involved in the world game working in a very rewarding environment, we would love to talk to you.
Free Miniroos coaching course available.
Contact Zac on 0410544109
A call to All Age and Over 35 Men,
Training Commenced, what are you waiting for?
comedown to Belmore Park for some fun, we still have spots available.
Call Zac on 0410544109
To all our members, Welcome to SEASON 2022.
click on the link below to answer any of your questions about the beautiful game, the season and our club.
Granville Waratah Handbook 2022
This year the Association is introducing an All Girls Competition for the Miniroos Under 6 & 7’s. This is exciting news and we are looking forward to entering some teams.
Please register your daughter to play by clicking on the link below:
And don’t forget to claim your $100 Active Kids Voucher FIRST by clicking on the link below:
As we are the oldest club in the association, lets make history together.
Granville Waratah is not just a soccer club!,
We are a FAMILY..
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Everyone should now be using the draws button above to find out game details. We will now only put late changes or unexpected game details here.
There have been some significant rule changes for the 2022 season. You can find the current (2022) full field laws of the game here.
A summary of the changes is available here. The offical page for the changes is here and includes a presentation with videos that helps explain.
It seems the main changes of interest to us are around hand balls. In particular, around when an accidental hand ball is considered a foul. Various things that might have been considered a hand-ball last year no longer are! But, if an attacker scores “immediately” after an accidental handball – it is always a foul (no goal). In the latter case “immediately” does depend a bit on the ref and what actually happens. It does depend a lot on the view the ref gets. For players, as always, keep your hands a close to your body as practical and you have less chance of issues.
Minor changes to other rules, e.g. “offside”: the lower part of the arm is no longer considered. Also – If you try to use a “trick” to send the ball back to the keeper in breach of the rules, then you could get a yellow card.