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Metro East State trials will be held in July and August.

By , July 26, 2015 00:13

Trials for the September 2015 FNSW State Titles will be held during July and August.

Trials for teams are as follows:

Date Venue Age Group Time
TBC TBC W12 TBC
26/7/2015 Moore Park 2, Anzac PdeMoore Park W14 1:00pm
26/7/2015 Moore Park 2, Anzac PdeMoore Park W16 3:00pm
27/7/2015 Paine Reserve, Rainbow St Randwick U12 5:15pm
27/7/2015 Paine Reserve, Rainbow St Randwick U15 6:45pm

Please be at the trial 30 minutes before advertised time for registration. Players are not to trial in any representative, state, national or club playing strip.

Wet weather line for Moore Park is 9339 6670 (updated from ~7:30am)
Wet weather line for Paine Reserve is 1800 990 760 (updated from ~3:00pm)

The tournament itself runs from 21-25 September for U12 and U15 boys and U12 and U14 girls. The U16 girls’ tournament runs from 22-24 September.

The Football NSW State Titles are conducted annually by Community Football for boys Grades 12-15 and girls Grades 12-14-16 and are an essential part of the recognised pathway for State team selection.The titles are split between July and September for selection purposes and are traditionally held in the Country areas to promote the games in the rural areas of the state of New South Wales.

The Metropolitan East / City Central West State Titles Teams are open to all players registered with FNSW on MyFootballClub for the 2015 season. Players from NPL Youth, Regional League/Conference and Metropolitan Association club team that reside in the following Association areas:

  • U12, U15, W12, W14: Metropolitan East made up of Canterbury, Eastern Suburbs and St George.
  • W16: City Central West made up of Blacktown, Canterbury, Eastern Suburbs, Granville, Nepean and St George

Players will not be permitted to trial without the following information:

  • Completed Player Nomination Form (download doc)
  • Supplied proof of residency at time of trial
  • Photocopy of Utilities bill or Parents drivers licence is sufficient for initial proof and will be attached to the trial form.
  • Residential address registered at Football NSW has to be in the above areas and will determine final residency qualification

VENUES FOR SEPTEMBER STATE TITLES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
12 boys Ted Scobie Oval, Clifton Blvd, Griffith (Griffith District Football Association)
15 boys Harrison Park, Eugowra Road, Parkes NSW, (Parkes & District Soccer – Lachlan Amatuer Soccer Association)
12 & 14 Girls Mudgee, Glen Willow Sporting Complex, Pitt Lane, Mudgee (Mudgee Gulgong Wolves)
16 Girls Valentine Sports Park, Meurants Lane, Glenwood (Football NSW)

For all enquiries please call Andrew Field (0414 243 130)

Registrations now open for University 6-aside competition

By , July 17, 2015 18:48

Registrations are open now for our University 6-aside competition! The competition runs during semester, starting in Week 3 and has both men’s and mixed divisions.

Get in quick to snap up the early bird discount – $50 off the cost of your team registration if registered before the 3rd of August! Get your mates together then check out the registration page!

Limited places for both divisions and spots will fill up fast!

Congratulations to the UNSW FC U13s for their success in the M Sports Cup!

By , July 9, 2015 17:08

The UNSW U13s participated in the three day tournament held at Valentines Sports Park this week.

The girls had two strong wins against Parramatta FC and Southern Districts FC and fought hard against UNSW arch rivals, Sydney University (WPL1), losing 0-2 in the end.

Overall, the girls finished 6th of the 10 teams which included the Koalas and two talented NZ teams. All girls played some excellent football and had fun.

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Scholarships Open Today

By , July 1, 2015 12:00

The University of New South Wales offers a number of scholarships aimed at supporting both current and future students with sporting ability. These scholarships aim to promote sporting excellence and active participation in the community and are a fantastic opportunity to be recognised.

Applications open today (1st July, 2015). Closing dates vary but are as early as September so don’t leave it too late!

Scholarships range from $2000 – $7500 for the duration of a year. More information on available scholarships and how to apply can be found on the Elite Athletes Program and Scholarships page.

Match Report (MSL Round 8): UNSW FC v Wagga City Wanderers

By , June 18, 2015 10:06

Wagga City Wanderers v UNSW FC
Gissing Oval, 30th May 2015

U20’s

by Luke Peterson
Last weekend UNSW football club played away to Wagga City Wanderers. A long trip down the day before to Wagga Wagga, heightened the desire to come away with all three points. With that mindset, the U20s started very strongly from the kick off. Not only did the team dominate possession and chances, but nearly every chance early in the game was capitalized on.

Daniel Kennedy caused havoc down the right flank with his blistering pace. Scott Martin played him through on goal twice in the first half and both chances were expertly taken. Dan’s hat-trick was completed in an astonishing 15 minutes when an accurate cross from the left was met from a lunging Dan Kennedy.

Ben Young again showed form in front of goal with an excellent finish. Connor Maguire lofted a cross in to Ben whose first touch perfectly set him up for the following finish.

Another aspect of the U20s game that has continued to improve over the season so far has been the high press. Multiple times the ball was pinched high in the oppositions half. Furthermore, the Wagga side struggled to move the ball through the compact midfield of the UNSW u20s. This meant that only a couple of chance from long balls occurred in the first half. Unfortunately, an unconvincing late penalty was awarded to Wagga.

Half Time Score 6-1

The second half was relatively subdued compared to the first half. The highlight of the second half came again from Scott Martin when he played in an overlapping run from Luke Petterson who finished at the near post. The lead up to the goal was an excellent transition from defence to attack.

However UNSW’s discipline wavered toward the end of the game, resulting in not only a red card but also a very late and reckless challenge, giving Wagga another penalty.

The match proved to be a highly entertaining game that included some brilliant individual and team goals. The win pushes the 20s team into the top four.

Final Score 7-3

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