IMPORTANT: There is a HFI enforced Registration cut off to play Round 1. Please make sure you don t leave registration queries til the last minute or you may miss R1 . Late registrations are accepted after this date for Round 2 onwards.. dates will follow
Below are the steps to register for 2020. Please remember we now use 'Play Football' . The process is still quite straight forward.
PLEASE NOTE: You need to register in and pay accordingly for the age group you intend to play rather than your chronological age.
eg. If you turn 11 in 2019 but intend to play in U12, register as an U12 player, similarly players turning 7 in 2019 who wish to play in U8 should register as U8s.
This applies to all players in any age eg a 17 year old who wishes to play in seniors should register as PL/AAM/ or PYL as the case may be..
GRADING TIMETABLE 2020
Grading times and places attached.
EVERYONE: Players must be registered to be eligible to participate in grading. Registration is only complete when payment in full is received.
SENIORS: Please make sure you attend grading so we know it is your intention to play/ form a team. Don't presume we know you intend to play. We're good- just not that good!
JUNIORS (U8 - U18): Please make sure you attend all 3 grading weeks. Each session is different, with each being used to form the basis of grading decisions.
FUNSKILLS (U6, U7): New players are required to attend one of these grading nights to bring in ID (originals only please), and collect/ buy uniforms. This needs to be done before the season commences. Choose whichever night is suitable for you and meet Cath in the room at the end of field #2.
GIRLS: You can dual register in both a mixed junior team (Saturday games) and a female only team (Sunday teams). If that is your intention please attend grading for both teams.
Gear Return 2019
Gear return drop offs will be this week: Sat 12 Oct 9am - 11am
Players please be reminded that all gear needs to be returned before presentation.
Missing shirts = missing awards
But don't worry, we'll hold on to your awards and they'll be held in safe keeping awaiting your gear return.
Please return your whole kit as a set not bits and pieces.
Teams please make sure all shirts and bibs have been washed and dried.
Do not pack GK gloves in with shirts (put them in the end pocket- they stink)
If any training balls are no good toss them, please don't return them.
There has been an increase in Red Cards for R2 Violent Conduct across the association in recent weeks.
All players are reminded that this unacceptable behaviour will suffer severe consequences from the Hills Football Judiciary & GPT.
You can expect a long suspension for serious offences.
There is no excuse for violent conduct.
Spectators and players are reminded of their responsibility to ensure football is played in the right spirit.
Serious issues will also be addressed by BHFC.
BHFC trust everyone will work to eliminate violence from our game!
Summer Football - Hills Football Association
Sign up for Summer Football now. Let's all support Hills Football Association Summer Football.
Registration is through HFI. Get some friends together and keep playing over Summer.
Kookaburra Track Ted Horwood Reserve
Dear Baulko Members,
I am writing to alert you to the fact that our Ted Horwood Reserve working party’s application for the NSW Government’s ‘My Community Project’ grant scheme has been shortlisted for the public vote in the Baulkham Hills electorate.
We have proposed a pathway and lighting upgrade to create an integrated walking track for the Ted Horwood Reserve precinct, which we’ve called the Kookaburra Track. This project will have the threefold benefit of activating and making the reserve more accessible to the general public, making the walking path more safe for sporting club members using it of a night time, and contributing to the health and wellbeing of local citizens
Only 1 or 2 of the 11 projects listed in the Baulkham Hills electorate will be successful in receiving funding; it relies solely on the public vote. For this reason, we’re asking you to consider spreading among your sporting club and other networks the opportunity to vote for our project. You must live in the electorate to vote for the project. Voting is open from July 15 – August 15 and is done through your Service NSW online account or in person at a Service NSW Centre.
Search for the Baulkham Hills electorate and familiarise yourself with the projects at this link https://mycommunityproject.service.nsw.gov.au/projects that’d be great!
And feel free to begin spreading the news in any ways you see fit – any vote we can get is one we don’t currently have!
How to Vote.
Firslty, FOLLOW THIS LINK to the Service NSW Portal
1. Select your electorate (Please Select Baulkham Hills)
2. Log in or create a MyServiceNSW Account
3. Verify your identity
You will need:
- To live in NSW.
- To be at least 16 years or over.
- Your Medicare card, which will verify your name and age.
- To tell us your NSW residential address so we can identify your electorate.
The verification process is carried out by Service NSW.
4. Shortlist your favourite projects
To shortlist your favourite projects:
- Go to Browse projects.
- Click on a project to read about it in detail.
- We encourage you to vote for the Kookaburra Track project number 1. You can then choose your other preferences
5. Arrange your top 3 to 5 projects
When you have at least 3 projects in your shortlist:
- Go to ‘My shortlist’.
- Arrange between 3 and 5 of your favourite projects in order of preference.
- Your preferred projects will be given points:
- 1st preference – 10 points – Kookaburra Track
- 2nd preference – 5 points – Your Choice
- 3rd preference – 3 points – Your Choice
- 4th preference – 2 points – Your Choice
- 5th preference – 1 point- Your Choice
IMPORTANT NOTICE RE PLAYER/SPECTATOR BEHAVIOUR
Hills Football have advised that in the last round, red cards were up 50% on the weekly average.
These were for serious offences, not double yellows.
Players are reminded that they need to become more disciplined in their behaviour and attitude to fellow players and more importantly match officials.
BHFC will not tolerate unacceptable behaviour.
Please pass this on to all your team
Peter McLoughlin. President BHFC
Vale Ross Gammie
Please see our tribute below to Ross Gammie, a true legend of Baulkham Hills Football Club.
e-Team Sheet Directions
Please find attached the link for directions on completing the new e-Team Sheets.
If you have any questions please contact Kevin his details are contained here-in.
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.
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.
Hills Football Alcohol Policy
All senior teams should be aware of the Hills Football Alcohol Policy:
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.