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Match Day

Games are usually played at the following times:

  • 18/1, W18/1, U21 plus 3 divisions of O35s and O45 - Friday 7pm

  • Juniors and Youth Mixed - Saturday AM

  • 18s and Senior Mixed- Saturday PM

  • Junior and Youth Women - Sunday AM

  • Senior Women - Sunday PM

Games may also be played on any weeknight from 6pm (except juniors). These can be a full round or wet weather catch-up games.

Straight After Each Game

On the day of the match, each manager must do 2 things:

  1. Fill out the team match sheet, usually straight after the game. The club uses the cloud-based system called Dribl for these and all coaches and managers will be sent an activation email prior to the season for access.
    Instruction on how to complete the electronic match sheet is available
    directly from Dribl with a concise summary here.

  2. Complete the BHFC Player Statistics Form unless you are a squad (MPL, WPL) who must send a text or email to the club Match Results coordinator.

Wet Weather

See below for procedure.

To see if the ground is closed, first look up the field name in the council sports field status.


Wet Weather Procedure


Always assume your game is on unless you are contacted by your manager.

  • Fields are assessed by the council at 3pm on Friday and early on Saturday and Sunday morning to determine if they are safe to play. 

  • If your game is cancelled, postponed or moved to another field, your manager will contact you

  • If some grounds are closed and some open, the MWFA will rearrange fixtures to ensure some games are  are played. You will be contacted by your manager if your game has been moved.

  • Fields may be closed throughout a wet weather day. If your game is cancelled or moved your manager will inform you as soon as possible.

See also the FNSW Lightning Policy.



The MWFRA supplies referees for all youth and U18, PL/R and AL1/R games where possible. When an official referee does not attend the game, the HOME team is responsible for supplying the referee. Junior teams are responsible for supplying referees for each game.

All other senior teams must supply a team referee to the game before or after  their own game when they are the AWAY team. Teams that do not supply an accredited and registered team referee will be fined by the MWFA.

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