12 Jun

Roster R11


PLEASE NOTE: The full season roster is correct as of June 12. HFI changes may occur after this date which will affect the duty roster. This is out of our hands.

A 'current round' roster will be posted each week. This weekly roster supersedes the full roster. All teams need to check the roster for the current week at the start of each week.

Please click below to check the rosters for round 11. It's the responsibility of each team to know when they are on duty.

It is BHFC policy that all teams are required to attend their scheduled duty with the required number of volunteers. Teams who do not fulfill this requirement will be stood down for their next match. (Whether it be association football or any other competition).

Roster R11

Roster R11 R18

Duty requirements for each task are below:

* FIELD SET UP. Fields should be set up prior to 8am kick off. 7- 7.30am set up is recommended.
Set up includes:
Corner flags, silver bench seats (TH#1, #2, #3, & #4 only) , and referee chairs for every field.
1/4 line markers need to be set up for all miniroos and U12/13 matches.
Directional Signs need to be placed at all fields.
Sponsors' advertising signs need to be displayed for all matches.
Bins need to be lined and put out on each field, between the opposition and home team benches.

* FIELD PACK UP. Please pack up the field as per the equipment above. This includes advertising signs.
NOTE- if the game after yours is forfeited and you are the last game of the day on your field, (EVEN IF YOU'RE NOT ON THE ROSTER), you are responsible for packing up your field.
Please ensure the shed is packed neatly. No field equipment is stored in the old storeroom. All equipment is stored in the new building. The storeroom is in the middle of the new building facing fields 2/3.

* CANTEEN. 6 people are required for canteen duty. 2 x serving in the canteen, 2 x BBQ, 2 x Ground Official.
No football boots or thongs are permitted in the canteen or BBQ area.

Full duty requirements are contained in the 2018 Team Management guide given to all teams at the March Monthly meeting.

Thankyou for your help, your contribution to the smooth running of each day’s play at Ted Horwood is greatly appreciated

28 May

Free Sports injury Assessment Clinic Ted Horwood Reserve

Continuing: EVERY TUESDAY 7pm -8pm

Due to the popularity of our free injury assessment clinics they will continue every Tuesday. We've had great feedback from all our players who have seen Greg. Drop in and try it for yourself.

Baulko sponsor, Physiotherapist: Greg Castle is an experienced physio who specializes in the field of sports rehab. Continuing this Tuesday Greg will be available, at no charge to Baulko members, to assess injuries and advise members how to best manage their recovery.

Greg has vast experience at both an elite and recreational sports level. Greg's free assessment clinic will be located in the home change room at the end of field #2. Look for the sign on the new verandah. For acute conditions or even that niggling injury you just can't shake, drop in and see Greg for valuable professional advice on how to proceed.

Nice work buddy
31 May

Uniform Shop Winter Sale

Now that the Winter weather is well and truly here its time to rug up in your BHFC supporter gear.

We have jackets for both juniors and seniors available in limited sizes. (Details in the flyer on our FB page.)
Senior Wind Jackets $30
Junior Parkas $20

02 Jun

State Cup Matches this Sunday


U17/1 vs AC United KO 11:30AM Max Ruddock Reserve #2 Winston Hills

O35/1 Red vs Como Jannali KO 2:00PM Max Ruddock Reserve #1 Winston Hills

21 May


The Pararoos are hosting an event to raise funds towards their journey to the 2019 World Cup. Pararoos are the Australian National Football team for footballers with Cerebral Palsy.

Two of our families have children who have connections with/ and or aspirations to become a Pararoo, so we may see a Kooka wearing green and gold in the future.

If anyone would like to support the Pararoos please see the flyer attached. #GoBaulko #GoPararoos

Flyer Movie

22 May

BHFC: Coach the coaches

For tonight's session, please meet at the new amenities building (at the top of field #2).

Our Technical Director Peter Denyer is launching the first of a series of coaching sessions from next week. The sessions will be based on the Football Federation of Australia curriculum and will cover the basic stages of player development – Grassroots or Discovery phase, Skills Acquisition phase and Game Training phase.

Peter is our current Premier League coach and has an A licence coaching qualification. He has played in the top division in English football at Portsmouth FC and is currently Director of Football at the Kings School here in Parramatta.

Peter will be assisted in delivering these sessions by his assistant coach of our Premier League who has a C licence qualification and is currently mentoring young coach of our U16/1 side who have distinguished themselves by winning their first round match in the State Cup competition.

Sessions have been planned as follows:

Tuesday 15th May (PD) – Grassroots presentation targeting all the younger age groups U6 through to U9 but other coaches/interested parties are more than welcome

This 1 hour session will be held 6:00PM to 7:00PM in the downstairs meeting room at the Sports Club. Please be punctual

Tuesday 22nd May (PD) – Grassroots practical session – 1 hour session 6:00PM to 7:00PM Location: assemble at the new building (at the top of field #2).

Thursday 24th May (GL) – Game training practical session targeting U13 to U18 – 1 hour session 6:00PM to 7:00PM

Tuesday 29th May (PD) - Skills Acquisition practical session targeting U10 to U12 - 6:00 to 7:00PM

Further course sessions will be dependent on the response received.

Please do not wait to register your interest as places may need to be limited.


16 May

Shoosh for Kids

Shoosh for Kids is an initiative of the NSW government.
HFI and BHFC support this initiative and ask all our members and visitors to show respect to kids and officials. Remember, sport should be fun for everyone.
At Ted Horwood in Round 6 you may be given a business card for Shoosh for Kids. Take it, read it, and participate. #GoBaulko #Shooshforkids

14 May

Minutes from May Meeting

Minutes from the May club meeting are on the website thanks to Terry, our club's indefatigable Assistant Secretary.

Meeting Minutes

Next meeting scheduled for Monday 4th June 2018.

AAM 15s Family Affair
07 May

Handling of Regrades

A message from Hills Football regarding the regrading and allocation of points in the new tables.

“The round 4 competitions regrades are now complete and final.

We have spent a lot of time analysing each division and made the decisions that we feel are the best for ALL participants. It was our intention to make each competition competitive.

Now, we will be working on finalising the draws and determining the points for each of the regraded teams.

Here is the process we will follow:

Teams being promoted
Teams will receive ¾ of the points earned in the lower division

Teams being relegated
Teams will receive the same amount of points as the team positioned last in their new division

Divisions that have been merged
These divisions and teams will be analysed in a case by case scenario.
The competition committee, in its absolute discretion, will determine points that are determined to be fair and reasonable.

The tables will be updated from today and will be completed early next week.

We thank you for your patience and understanding

Good luck to all teams for the rest of the season.”

03 May

Your Draw may have changed due to regradings

Hills Football has regraded a number of teams across all ages. This may not directly affect your team, BUT there may be changes to your fixtures scheduled for the season.

Please double check your upcoming games starting from Round 5 this weekend as game venues/times may have changed.

Click here to see the draw

The draw should be double checked every Thursday/Friday for changes,

I would suggest that players/parents/coaches/managers download My Game Guru as when a game is changed My Game Guru will send notifications.

BHFC is a division of Baulkham Hills Sports
26 Apr

Referees Course

A level 4 referees course will be held on the 3rd and 10th May at Federation Pavilion @ the Castle Hill Showground.

Please visit http://www.hillsfootball.com.au/referees/ for more details and to register.

19 Apr


Hills Football have advised - The draw has finally been published after many changes of teams, grounds etc.

Please let all teams know there may be changes and to double check the draw.

Reminder that a redraw will happen after round 4 which will affect a few grades

NB. Keep in mind that the R4 re-grade may affect your draw even if your team remains in the same grade.

03 Apr

Looking for more girlsladies players

Our U14/2s girls team is looking for more players. Need girls turning 13 or 14 this year. No experience required. Come along and have some fun.

We are also looking for All Age ladies Div 2 players. All welcome

Please contact ladies@bhfc.org.au for more information.

06 May

Club Meeting this Monday Night

Our April club meeting will be held this Monday night, May 7 commencing at 7:30pm at the Baulkham Hills Sporting Club.

  • What: Baulkham Hills Football Club Monthly Meeting.
  • When: 7:30 pm, Monday 7th May
  • Where: Baulkham Hills Sporting Club (downstairs).
Minutes of the previous meetings are on the club website:
Club Meeting Minutes Page
26 Mar

Field Setup this Saturday morning

This Saturday 31st March (Yes, sorry it's Easter Saturday) starting at 8am, we are marking and setting up Fields 1,2 and 3. We need volunteers to assist with the task prior to the commencement of the competition the following weekend.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday.

26 Mar

MiniRoos Coaches and Managers Meeting this Wednesday night

There will be a meeting this Wednesday night 28th March for all Mini Roos coaches and managers commencing at 7:30pm at the Baulkham Hills Sports Club. All mini roos coaches and managers (U8-U11 boys and U8-U12 girls) are asked to attend.

23 Mar

Trials Info

Updated Friday March 23, at 2.14pm
Strictly no training at either venue either.

Please see below updated trials information. Please recheck regularly to ensure you know when your team is playing.

Trials Week 3

As previously mentioned we won’t be making any time/day changes, it causes too many knock on effects and way too many emails to sort through.

If a team can’t make it or folds (on either side) that game will be cancelled.

The team managers names are in brackets next to the team. If these are incorrect please let me know. If the manager is unknown I’ve just used the age group coordinator, please forward details to all teams/players.

Please let me know if I’ve missed a team or if a team can’t make their allotted time.

Manuel Bonnici (manuelbonnici@hotmail.com)

15 Mar

Gear for Trials Wk 2

Last chance to get gear for trials: Friday March 16, 5.30pm - 7.00pm.
The Uniform Shop will be open for last minute sales and distribution of gear for trials Week 2.

Uniforms are not necessary for trials. Any football shorts/socks are ok, shin pads and football boots are the only compulsory items.

If you requested/emailed Cath for team gear this week, (prior to Friday) it is ready for you. Please remember that gear has been packed for fully registered players (ie seniors that means paid rego + current Sports Club membership.) I can top up kits for you as players reach compliance.

Teams who haven't organised gear for this week, don't forget to get in contact with Cath asap so I can arrange appropriate kits for you.

10 Mar

Working with Children Check

NOTE to coaches and managers of any players that are under 18 years of age. You must have the following sorted by round 2 of the competition. If not, you will not be permitted to perform your coach/manager role. ACT NOW!

Latest instructions for getting your Working with Children certification and having it recorded are on the club website.

Note If you are planning on coaching or managing children (any ages under 18) this year then you must comply with Working with Children legislation.

24 Feb


Just a reminder that players are NOT registered if you have not paid in full at the time of registering on Myfootballclub.

Team nominations are being completed this weekend. Teams that do NOT have the minimum number of paid registrations will not be nominated for the upcoming season.

  • U8 & U9 [7 vs 7] – min. 7 of the target of 9 players per team;
  • U10 & U11 [9 vs 9] – min. 9 of the target of 12 players per team;
  • All other teams {from U12 through to AA, O35 & O45 } – min. 10


March Training Schedule and Bookings for the Regular Season training [April 7th onwards]

Please note there is no training at Ted Horwood the week of 26th Feb- March 2nd.

Attention team coaches, managers and players

I will be accepting training requests [via email only] after the meeting on the 5th March and not before. The manager or coach of the team will be the only person I will be taking training time requests from. I will not be accepting multiple training requests by age co-ordinators for teams in their age group. Each team's management is responsible for applying for their own training time. These requested training sessions for the regular system will not commence until Monday 2nd April

At the meeting I will explain how training will operate throughout March as Fields 1,2 and 3 will be closed to all football activity as the council over sew the fields with rye grass for the winter season. During March as has been the practice in recent seasons grades will be allocated specific afternoons and nights on fields 4 and 5. Please see the Temporary Training Session for March below. It will be greatly appreciated and expected that grades stick to their allocated afternoons and nights.

The restricted training schedule throughout March will commence Monday 5th March
Tony Hughes
Secretary BHFC

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24 Feb

BHFC Gear: Team Gear and Uniforms

Check the Uniform Shop link in the top menu bar of this website to find out opening times. The page will be updated each day by 3pm.


As soon as Coaches have their player list please email it to Cath at roundball@bhfc.org.au. Team kits will be packed to cater for all paid/registered players. As more players register Cath will provide more gear.
Please give Cath a reasonable amount of time to get this all done. She knows you are all keen to start training and will do her best to accommodate everyone asap. No shirts/gear will be distributed on the day of trials. Please coordinate with Cath in advance.

Please note seniors: full rego means paid HFI registration and a valid Sports Club membership. NO REGO - NO PLAY


Shorts $25, Socks $10 . Cash only facilities. Our licensed club: Baulkham Hills Sports Club has eftpos facilities.
During pre-season the uniform shop will operate from the canteen.

If you would like to order a fleecy lined zip jacket please email Cath . Final orders will be wrapped up by the March 12th so the order can be placed and jackets returned in time for cooler weather. Zip Jackets approx $55

Hoodies are available any time at the uniform shop $25. No pre-ordering necessary.


New Funskills players requiring uniforms please drop in and pick up your uniform up asap. If you leave it til R1, there will be lengthy queues at the shop- its best to get in early. Funskills players need to bring a copy of receipt of paid registration if they are new to Baulko. A soft copy is all that is required. You will also need to bring a birth certificate or passport as proof of age. Original documents only. No copies

15 Feb

Team Nominations

Players must be registered by February 23rd in order to be included in team nominations.

This season the Club will nominate teams to Hills Football to meet the association’s deadline of 2 March 2018.

To enable the Club to achieve this deadline we must have your team nomination by Friday 23 February.

An acceptable team nomination is a list of the required minimum number of eligible players.

The required numbers are:

  • U8 & U9 [7 vs 7] – min. 7 of the target of 9 players per team;
  • U10 & U11 [9 vs 9] – min. 9 of the target of 12 players per team;
  • All other teams {from U12 through to AA, O35 & O45 } – min. 10

Players must be fully registered [paid in full] and senior players must hold current membership of the Sporting Club

Failure to meet these minimum requirement will result in your team nomination not going forward.

The team nomination should be emailed to compsec@bhfc.org by the due date in the form of:

Age Group:

Player name, FFA #, Club membership number [for senior players]]; and requested grade

Junior team lists will be formed initially from the grading process.

12 Jan

Welcome to Season 2018 & Registration Instructions

A big welcome and hello to everyone for season 2018.

Registrations to play with BHFC this winter season are now open. You can find out all about registering by clicking here.

06 Feb

Meeting Minutes from Jan 29 Club Meeting

Meeting Minutes from the January 29 Club Meeting have been uploaded to the club website on the Meeting Minutes page.

Contains lots of useful information about the upcoming season.

29 Jan

BHFC Premier Youth League Trials 2018

Each club in the Association has been invited to nominate a team to play in a high level youth competition catering for players aged between 16 and 21 years of age. The proposed "Premier Youth League" is a team competition and not based on a squad model.

The Premier Youth League competition has been created to provide young players with a pathway through to the Premier League 1 competition under the guidance and coaching of experienced and qualified coaches. In years to come it is anticipated that the Premier Youth League competition will evolve into a PL2 competition that will enable promotion and relegation to and from the PL1 competition.

BHFC have appointed Wayne Norman an experienced coach and former player who has had a long term association with BHFC over the years. Wayne has agreed to undertake his Class C coaching license in the first few months of the year.

Premier Youth League (PYL) Trials will be held at Ted Horwood Reserve (Field 4) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from February 6. These trials will take place over three weeks. Baulkham Hills Football club invites all interested players from U16 – 21 to trial. Players can contact the Club Secretary Tony Hughes on 0432056959 or by email secretary@bhfc.org.au to register their interest and obtain further information.

12 Feb

Miniroos Refereeing Course


The executive of our football club invite boys and girls turning 12 years old this year or older to nominate and attend a course on the rules of Miniroos Football and general principles of small sided games. On completion you will be awarded a certificate that will enable you to referee games for players 8 to 11 years of age. A fee will be payable to you for each game refereed.

Coaches and parents are also welcome and encouraged to attend.

Duration of course will be approx 2 and 1/2 hours and half hour on playing field.

  • When: Monday 26th February. 6:30pm. Registration: 6:15pm.
  • Where: Baulkham Hills Sporting Club (downstairs).


Please register your intention to attend by emailing Jim Moreland: jmoreland@bigpond.com. For inquires you can ring Jim on 0417 465 814.

12 Feb

LEVEL 4 REFEREES' COURSE & Becoming a Referee


Club members who are 13 years and over are invited to nominate for a Level 4 course and qualify to ref full sided games.

Procedure for registration is detailed on the Hills Football web site.

Our club executive have approved recovery of all expenses for club members 13 years to under 18 years and 50% for seniors.

Referees are the most important people on the Football Field!

Please check out http://www.hillsfootball.com.au/referees/ to learn about becoming a referee, and information regarding upcoming referee courses.

Even if you don't plan to become a referee, attending a referees course is a great way to gain a better understanding of the rules and their interpretation. As such folks planning to coach teams, manage teams, or just spectate games this year will get a lot out of attending a course.

15 Feb

​The Hills Female Football Festival

To celebrate the 2018 Female Football Week, Hills Football has launched the inaugural Female Football Festival!

We are encouraging all girls and ladies to head down to Masonic School Oval, Balcombe Heights Estate, Baulkham Hills on March 11th from 10am until 2pm to take part in The Hills Largest Footballing experience.

We have activities for beginners all the way through to elite players!

Activities Include:

Bubble Soccer – All Day
Mum & Daughter Skill Obstacle Races – All Day
Shooting Challenges – All Day
Obstacle Skill Challenges – All Day
Beginers Come and Try Clinic – 10am until 11am
Advanced Clinic – 11.30am until 12.30pm

We will also feature female only exhibition and trial matches throughout the day.

There will be plently of prizes and givaways for all participants including FREE 2018 football registration for the winners of the Mum & Daughter obstacle skill races. and FREE 2018 registration for the Individual Obstacle Skill Challenge.

We are encouraging as many of you to bring a friend down and enjoy a day filled with Football Fun!

04 Feb

Grading Schedule on website

Grading sessions will be held in February. Please see the Gradings Page for details.

U15 now on field 2 (Same nights).
U17 & U18 will grade with U21s on Thursdays.

22 Jan

Club Meeting Monday 29th January

The first club meeting of the year will be held on Monday evening the 29th January at the Baulkham Hills Sports club commencing at 7:30pm. Information regarding grading, registrations, coaching, trials, refereeing, field set up and preseason timelines and events will be discussed and outlined.

All prospective coaches and managers, age and grading co-ordinators, those who have volunteered to assist with grading in February and interested club members are invited to attend.

We look forward to seeing you all on the 29th to get our 2018 season underway!

04 Sep

Girls SAP 2018 Coaching

In 2018, Hills Football will enter teams into the U10, U11, U12 & U13 Girls SAP program (Part Time).

As such, Hills are seeking expressions of interest for those who would be interested in coaching.

Coaches must hold a C Licence or must be willing to obtain the license.

Contact kurt@hillsfootball.com.au

08 May

Hills Football Alcohol Policy

All senior teams should be aware of the Hills Football Alcohol Policy:

Hills Football Alcohol Policy

20 Jan

Hot Weather Policies

Coaches and Managers should be aware of the FNSW hot weather policy, especially during the early months of the season, February & March. You can read more about it here.

23 Jul


Some great tips in the article below about parental behaviour at childrens' sporting matches.

Parents, Would You Please Behave Yourselves

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