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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION Incorporated

54th Annual Report 2013 We are Football – The Game for Everyone

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2012-2015 Strategic Plan: We are Football—The Game for Everyone Our Vision We are Football—The Game for Everyone Goals and Objectives Our goals and objectives are to:    

build on our capabilities to be more sustainable have a broader reach to all levels of the sport, community and region be better resourced to deliver our products and services be better connected to the influencers and decision makers

Values and Commitments In delivering the strategies we will:    

be supportive and inclusive be professional in all we do be transparent in our conduct show respect for all

Strategic Priorities Enhancing our Sport Growing our Business Supported by Innovative product development Facilities and Infrastructure Good governance and leading management practice Marketing and Communication Funding and Resources

Front cover photo – Action from the 2013 Kanga Cup.

ACT Football Federation Incorporated (Capital Football®) ABN 16 413 452 268 Football House, Units 1 & 2, 3 Phipps Close, Deakin ACT 2600 PO Box 50, Curtin ACT 2605 Phone (02) 6260 4000 Email info@capitalfootball.com.au

Fascimile (02) 6260 4999 www.capitalfootball.com.au

© ACT Football Federation Incorporated This work is copyright. The Copyright Act 1968 permits fair dealing for study, research, news reporting, criticism or review. Selected passages, tables or diagrams may be reproduced for such purposes provided acknowledgement of the source is included. Permission for any more extensive reproduction must be obtained from Ms. Heather Reid at the above postal address or via email: ceo@capitalfootball.com.au.

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CONTENTS

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Annual General Meeting Agenda

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2013/14 Office Bearers and Staff

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Life Members and Hall of Fame

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Supporters and Sponsors

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President’s Report

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Chief Executive Officer’s Report

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Canberra United Report

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Kanga Cup Report

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Junior League Report and Tables

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Competitions Report

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State League Report

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Men’s League Grand Finals & PL Tables

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State League & Masters Tables

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Women’s League Grand Finals & Tables

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Futsal Report and Tables

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Technical Report / Coach Education

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Game Development Report

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Referees’ Report

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Annual Awards

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Financial Statements and Report

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED 54th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Thursday, 27 March 2014 at 6.30pm

AGENDA MEETING OPEN ATTENDANCE APOLOGIES ACCEPTANCE OF MINUTES of 53rd Annual General Meeting held on 28 March 2013 BUSINESS ARISING FROM MINUTES of 53rd Annual General Meeting ADOPTION OF 2013 ANNUAL REPORT and audited financial statements ELECTION OF TWO DIRECTORS APPOINTMENT OF AUDITOR and PUBLIC OFFICER GENERAL BUSINESS – notices of motion received by 6 March 2014 MEETING CLOSE

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2013/14 OFFICE BEARERS and STAFF Directors Mark O’Neill Fran Sankey Kate Inman Eddie Senatore Ivan Slavich James Selby Peter Maybury Kim Chapman Fethon Ileris

Elected 28/3/13 for three years; appointed Chair 3/6/13 Elected 28/3/13 for one year; appointed Deputy Chair 3/6/13 Elected 28/3/13 for three year term Elected 24/3/11 to 2015 Appointed to vacancy 13/09/12; Elected 28/3/13 for one year Elected 24/3/11- 3/15; appointed Chair 8/4/13; resigned 3/6/13 Elected 26/3/09 - 28/3/13; Chair 13/08/12 to 28/3/13 Elected 26/3/09 – 28/3/13 Elected 26/3/09 – 28/3/13

Meetings - 9/9 - 9/9 2/2 & 6/9 1/2 & 5/9 1/2 & 4/9 1/2 & 5/5 2/2 2/2 2/2 -

Members John Brooks (Chair, Junior Standing Advisory Committee) Chris Webb (Chair, Community Standing Advisory Committee) Charlie Rajak (Chair, Premier Standing Advisory Committee) Richard Naumovski (Referees Standing Advisory Committee SAC) Stephanie Isaacson, South Region Representative George Lemon, South Region Representative John Logue, South Region Representative Mauro Davanzo, South Region Representative Kathryn Duff, North Region Representative Ashley Jackson, North Region Representative Phil Van Dissell, North Region Representative Christopher Gonzalez, North Region Representative Management Team Business Operations Chief Executive Officer Business Manager Event Manager Media & Communications Manager Accounts Officer

Heather Reid Sam Irvine Cassie Behrens Russ Gibbs Kylie Bartlett

Football Operations Competitions Manager State League Manager Junior League Manager Futsal League Manager Referee Development Manager Referee Administrator School Based Apprentice

Alasdair Grocock Melanie Luksa Sigourney Dunk Jesamine Wheeler Allyson Flynn Greg Taylor Sarah Hardie

Technical and Development Technical Director Game Development Manager Participation Officer Development Coordinator ACTAS Men’s Head Coach ACTAS Women’s Head Coach Skill Acquisition Trainer

Warren Grieve Neil Orr Merryn Brown Angelo Maralit Pat McCann Ray Junna Marcial Munoz

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LIFE MEMBERS Roger Grylls Ray McGregor Ron Harris Con Poulos Rod Jury Gerry Martens* Hal Leslie* Don Rushan John McAvoy Bob Tomlinson* Brian Golledge Ken Carter Joe Fusca Cass Hampton Bill Van Der Vlist David Oner Gordon Carmichael Steve Doszpot Keith Tournier* Heather Reid Stephanie Quinn Carmel Carters Margaret Taylor Clive Mackillop Ross Jones Bob Mee George Dobbin Paul Murphy Gordon Dunster Nick Szego* Carlyle Thayer Chris Conti Ken Allen Hendrik Thijssens Alan Ward Carolyn Lamaro Walter Valeri Bill Simeonovic Niels Hummell Paul Whittingham John Jenkins John Logue Geoff Ashurst David Dillon Rachel Harrigan

ABOVE: David Dillon David Dillon was inducted as a Capital Football Life Member at the Annual Awards Evening in 2013 for his services to the sport. BELOW: Rachel Harrigan Inducted as a Capital Football Life Member at the 2013 Annual Awards Evening.

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HALL OF FAME George Campbell, Jnr (Player) Stuart Devlin* (Player/Coach) Graham Harrison (Media) Hal Leslie* (Administrator) Gerry Martens* (Administrator) Bob Mee (Referee) Ian Myerscough (Media) John Davies (Player) Joe Honeysett (Administrator) Rod Jory (Administrator) Frank Maccarone (Coach) Dennis McDermott* (Referee) Jim Hayes* (Coach) Steven Hogg (Player) Milan Milanovic (Player/Coach) Danny Moulis (Player) Charles Perkins* (Administrator) Mike Black (Player) George Campbell, Snr* (Administrator) Harvey Grigor (Administrator) Paul Murphy (Referee) Roy Thompson (Player/Coach) Eric Lynes* (Administration) Johnny Warren* (Coach) Peter Stanfield (Administrator) Judith Clark (Administrator) Graham Cooke (Media) Ken Allen (Referee) Gordon Dunster (Referee) Harry Williams (Player) Ivan Bulum (Administrator) Chris Conti (Administrator/Referee) Julie Murray (Player) Rhonda Parkin (Administrator) Sebastian Giampaolo (Player) Ante Juric (Player) Theo Moulis* (Administrator) Donna O’Brien (Player) Barry Rumble (Administrator) Sacha Wainwright (Player) Ned Zelic (Player) Jim Roberts (Administrator) Tom Exharos (Player) Ross Yarnold (Referee) Amy Wilson (Player) Ben Wilson (Referee) Katrina Neuss (Player & Coach) John Herd (Coach & Administrator)

ABOVE: John Herd Long-time Tuggeranong United Coach and Administrator, John Herd, pictured with his Hall of Fame Award. BELOW: Canberra FC Canberra FC President Marko Vrkic with the commemorative plaque awarded to the club for their multiple Federation Cup victories.

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SUPPORTERS AND SPONSORS ABC TV and Radio ActewAGL ACT Government Australian Institute of Sport Belconnen Soccer Club Capital Trophies & Sportswear Gow Gates Football Federation Australia Hummel Link Digital loop Performance Edge Physiotherapy RSM Bird Cameron Subway Tiger Turf The Canberra Times The Tradies Group The University of Canberra Vivid Print WIN Television

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT At the time of the 2012 Annual General Meeting, held in March 2013, Peter Maybury was the President of Capital Football. The position capped an eight year term as a Director on the Board for Peter. Fethon Ileris also completed his tenure as a Director and Kim Chapman was unsuccessful with his nomination for a new term. On behalf of Capital Football I would like to extend my thanks to Peter, Fethon and Kim for their significant contribution. The financial viability, integrity and professionalism of Capital Football is reflective of their efforts. I was elected to the Board with Fran Sankey in 2013 and joined James Selby, Eddie Senatore, Ivan Slavich and Kate Inman as Directors. James Selby was appointed Chair and served in this position until an employment opportunity in Melbourne precipitated his resignation in June 2013. This was particularly unfortunate as I was very much looking forward to working with James whose passion, commitment and vision for our organisation was inspiring. I don’t think we have seen the last of James and I very much look forward to working with him again in the future. Following James’ resignation, I was appointed as Chair with Fran Sankey accepting the role of Deputy Chair. Fran also Chaired our Finance and Risk Management (FARM) sub committee. Following the initiative set by James, the Directors ratified a revised Board Charter that reflects governance standards established by the Australian Sports Commission. I commend the Charter as a template for all clubs to consider for their own purposes. It clearly defines the responsibilities and functions of the Board and seeks to establish principles that inform accountable and ethical decision making. The Charter is complemented by a statement of the vision and mission of the Board in realising the challenges presented in responding to the 2012-2015 Strategic Plan, We Are Football – the Game for Everyone. The Vision Statement seeks success through effective governance achieved by growing football’s position and profile through successful working relationships with stakeholders; innovative thinking; the performance of our clubs, teams, coaches, players and referees; and supporting a dynamic management team to deliver effective programs. Our management team is headed by the Chief Executive, Heather Reid and a group of very committed and competent individuals who manage the diverse and challenging aspects of Capital Football’s business. Heather and her team deserve our thanks and respect for their ongoing efforts. In seeking to provide football programs to meet the needs of our region, the Board has committed to provide effective governance, strategic direction and sound corporate and financial management. To achieve our outcomes we have pledged to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Support the FFA National Football Curriculum. Support the effective administration and management of clubs and football programs. Support the effective development of players, coaches and referees at all levels. Support and conduct events as well as manage programs that complement core business activities. Support clubs to provide a safe environment. Support the provision of quality facilities. Provide effective communication.

Moving forward we need to ensure constructive dialogue occurs in order to realise our strategic objectives. In this context we need to acknowledge the positives in what we do and recognise areas where we need to continually improve. These are ongoing challenges that we can achieve with mutual respect, commitment and willingness to grow. The collaborative and co-operative dialogue that informs the deliberations of the Board reflects more than favourably on the competency of my colleagues with whom it has been a pleasure to engage during the course of the year. I thank them for their camaraderie and contribution. Football would not exist without the contribution and passion of many people and organisations. To all involved in our sport in whatever capacity, I extend my thanks for your ongoing efforts and support. As a Board we look forward to working with you to be the best we can be.

Mark O’Neill Chair of the Board ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S REPORT I am delighted to present my tenth report for the ACT Football Federation Incorporated as we reflect on a year of stability in certain areas of our business and further development in others under the 2012-2015 strategic plan: We Are Football – the Game for Everyone. Our goals and objectives are to: 

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build on our capabilities to be more sustainable have a broader reach to all levels of the sport, community and region be better resourced to deliver our products and services and be better connected to the influencers and decision makers.

Strategic Priority 1 – Enhancing our Sport Objective – Build on our capabilities to be more sustainable Continuous improvement endures as a key focus for the Board and management alike. With this in mind, the revised management structure that was implemented in late 2012 to address our future competition, game development, technical and commercial business activities provided a sound platform to instigate strategies that aligned with expectations from our football community as well as directives from Football Federation Australia and performance outcomes set by the ACT Government. The recommendations arising from the Company Project regarding a transition from an incorporated associated to a company limited by guarantee were accepted by Members at the 2012 Annual General Meeting (held in March 2013) resulting in amendments to the model constitution that had been adopted almost ten years earlier in 2004. The resultant governance structure and principles are based on best practice as recommended by the Australian Sports Commission and entailed a review of the composition and manner in which the Board operates. Key changes to the Constitution included three year terms instead of four year terms for Directors, and an election process for two Directors each year rather than three Directors every two years with the ability for Directors to be re-appointed up to a maximum of three terms. This revised staggered rotation system is designed to improve the effectiveness of the Board, retain corporate memory and facilitate greater success of the organisation. It is expected that a move away from operating under the Association Incorporation Act to operating as a company under the Corporations Act will lead to a more robust business platform with greater clarity of corporate governance obligations. Redefining the roles and responsibilities of Standing Advisory Committees was also achieved in 2013 with changes to the committee names reflecting new responsibilities as per the management and governance restructure. In this regard, I thank the committees and particularly the Members who provided valuable strategic advice and support to management. In assessing our capabilities to enhance our sport and be more sustainable, the competitions department was restructured to correspond with our new strategies and a growing maturity of league services. The promotion of a Competition Manager with responsibility for women’s and men’s premier leagues as well as a first-point-of-call for disciplinary matters provided stronger leadership and support for premier clubs. A new State League Administrator job was also instigated to cater for men’s and women’s community league competitions with seamless progression from the former management delineation of the respective leagues. With the support of the Community League Standing Advisory Committee, a review of the men’s State League format and structure was commenced with the aim of implementing recommendations in 2014. Staff also started work on specific operational plans to underpin the broader strategic goals of the organisation. Player registration numbers were healthy across most competitions with sustained growth in our Futsal competitions, however, several clubs are at capacity and further growth is only limited by lack of suitable facilities for training and competition. With that in mind, the new Facility Plan was released in November 2012 and we continued to work closely with the ACT Government on facility provision, management and development of additional venues. We can look forward to the opening of a new enclosed premier venue in Gungahlin as well as upgraded facilities elsewhere including a new field and match quality lights at Woden Park, and several other lighting upgrades and facility improvements across Canberra and Queanbeyan. A key objective in the Facility Plan relates to the development of a dedicated Futsal facility and funding was granted by the ACT Government to facilitate a feasibility study. It is expected the Futsal Facility Feasibility report will be available in early 2014 when discussions will continue with the Government on additional funding and input to redevelop or build a 10

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Strategic Priority 2 – Growing our Business Objective – Broader reach, better resourced, better connected Additional resources were given to the Game Development and Referee departments which resulted in more courses and an increase in the number of coaches and referees as well as additional community football related programs. As one of five Member Federations in the new FFA National Premier Leagues, Capital Football continued to roll out important and necessary additions to advance the player pathway, youth development and coach education within our premier leagues. We congratulate Canberra FC on being the first team to represent Canberra in the NPL finals series and look forward to the enhancement of this national alliance. We can also look forward to the introduction of the highly anticipated FFA Cup competition that will connect grass-roots clubs with premier and national league clubs across Australia from 2014. This competition will extend football’s reach and provide another point of difference for our code. The growth and success of the Kanga Cup and the Futsal National Championships continued to provide Capital Football with a wide reach into areas outside Canberra and the region. These key tournaments are important for participation, relationship building and commercial reasons. In addition, the broad range of programs conducted by our Game Development and Technical staff are admirable in terms of the extensive audiences they impact and the benefits they deliver to a wide range of participants from community to advanced levels. Whilst Canberra United may not have enjoyed the same level of success as they did in Season 4, it remained a flagship club within the Westfield W-League and set high expectations for all involved. The financial position of Capital Football remained healthy with cash in the bank of $981K, however, our anticipated operating surplus of $244K was not realised. With unexpected poor budget performance in high performance programs, Hawker Football Centre and Junior League along with unsuccessful grant applications for school development programs and provision of additional resourcing for referees, the profit from ordinary activities amounted to $80K. Despite this our strategic target of $1 million in reserves for future acquisitions and facility development by 2015 is on track and measures to run the business more efficiently have been improved. Professional development and training for management continued throughout the year with an update of the Performance Efficiency Program as well as workshop sessions on financial management and budgeting procedures. In this regard, the work of the Finance Audit and Risk Management committee and the guidance provided to program managers by Fran Sankey, Sam Ceravolo and Ben Mair is to be commended. I thank them for their fiduciary diligence and invaluable contributions. Our dealings and meetings with Andrew Barr MLA as the Minister for Sport and Tourism as well as our relations with other MLA, sponsors and supporters remained very positive. At the national level, Capital Football is well regarded by Football Federation Australia with the Chair and the CEO attending several meetings, functions and events throughout the year. Our compliance with national strategies and attention to program development highlights Capital Football’s strong relationship with the national body. On the management front, it is pleasing to note there were few changes or departures over the year. I thank all staff and extend my appreciation for the work everyone contributes in order to achieve the outcomes of the strategic and operational plans. I also recognise the contributions of countless volunteers and congratulate new Life Members, David Dillon and Rachel Harrigan as well as Hall of Fame inductee John Herd – all very worthy recipients. The 2012 AGM in 2013 marked the end of Director terms for Peter Maybury and Fethon Ileris as well as the last term for Kim Chapman. All three had been on the Board for an extensive period and I acknowledge them for their dedicated involvement. As closing notes, I extend my thanks to our business partners and sponsors, members of the Standing Advisory Committees, Regional Representatives, referees, coaches, volunteers and players who all give invaluable assistance to our sport. And I acknowledge the relatively short but important contribution by James Selby as Chair of the Board early in the year and to the other Directors, in particular the current Chair of the Board, Mark O’Neill for their encouragement and conscientious governance. In delivering the We Are Football strategic plan we continue to fulfil the values and commitments of a supportive, inclusive, professional and transparent organisation.

Heather Reid Chief Executive

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CANBERRA UNITED REPORT Maintaining the unprecedented success of Canberra United’s run in season four of the Westfield W-League was always going to involve a lot of challenges and pressures. We welcomed the return of the award winning head coach Jitka Klimkova who noted very early on in our “back to back” campaign that we would attack season six as we did in the previous year but things would be different. We lost some players and signed some new ones. Western Sydney Wanderers joined the league and there were two extra rounds plus the finals (14 weeks total). Canberra United also attracted new sponsors, new Green Members in addition to the White Members, and we got our own ‘CUinGreen’ bus for local and short interstate trips. Knowing that Ellyse Perry, Tarryn Hemmings, Aroon Clansey and Canberra United’s Player of the Year, Lydia Williams wouldn’t be back for various reasons we quickly secured the impressive German International Ariane Hingst and two prospective senior national team goal-keepers in Mackenzie Arnold and Trudy Burke with Arnold and Burke coming to Canberra in early September to train with GK Coach, Paul Jones. It was also important to retain the core of the last season’s squad so eleven players were guaranteed an Agreement and three others were made once Klimkova arrived in Canberra. With more than 30 Canberra and inter-state players showing interest at trials for the remaining few places, it was our pleasure to sign three local rising stars in Grace Field (returning after a year off), Catherine Brown and Samantha Wood. Unfortunately, we never really saw the best of last season’s W-League player of the year, Sally Shipard, in this campaign due to her knee injuries. It’s fair to say that we missed her game changing abilities. With Shipard and Sykes sustaining long term injuries, we brought in two impressive US national under 23 players. Nikki Washington and Kristin Mewis certainly had an impact and between them scored five goals in six matches. The quality of our squad across the field was evident – particularly with 13 different players scoring goals, and we turned in another good defensive effort. Making sure that we had a quality team of coaches and support staff to lead us through the challenges of 2012/13 was another important element to our season. Over the winter months I had fulfilled the requirements set by Klimkova for her return and amongst those, Canberra United and the coaching staff had a new training base at the AIS. The significance of a having a home for the club and reducing the gypsy element to our training environment was not lost on the staff as well as players so for that we are grateful to the AIS for their cooperation and support. We welcomed Martin Pacholek as assistant coach when Nik Damjanovski indicated he would not be available to assist this season. Martin proved to be an excellent assistant coach and a true friend and gentleman. I’ll never forgot how he encouraged me to keep going on our pre-season 1400m mountain climb as well how he provided motivation at other times during the season. We are proud of the commitment and continuity of staff that Canberra United has enjoyed since season one. I say a big thank you to team manager , Maria Worner; the medical staff of Wilson Lo, Julian Russell Jones and Katrina Staniforth; our other coaches, Paul Jones, Michelle Arousseau, Andy Ravanello and Jason Lancsar; and to all rounder (fitness trainer, assistant manager and physio, Benny Pagett for his willingness and desire to be part of the green family. There is also a dedicated group of people within Capital Football who also make my job easier and give so much to Canberra United. I thank in particular Alasdair Grocock, Sigourney Dunk, Mel Luksa, Cassie Behrens, Angelo Maralit and Russ Gibbs for loving what they do above and beyond expectations. In addition to these great contributors we have a fantastic group of volunteers, many of whom have been with us since day one. I thank you all sincerely with special mention to Fran Sankey and Sharon Perkins for your personal assistance – every one of you help to make our match days very special. I also acknowledge the invaluable support of our loyal sponsors such as the ACT Government, loop (Rock Development Group), The Tradies Club, ActewAGL, the University of Canberra and Hummel. We welcomed the Australian Federal Police as a supporter with an emphasis on increasing the diversity of recruits into the AFP.

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Our Business United partners are also important with RSM Bird Cameron, Performance Edge Physiotherapy and Capital Trophies and Sportswear being joined by new partners, Goodman Law and Coca-Cola. In addition, I extend our appreciation to our media partners – the Canberra Times, WIN television, ABC TV and Radio, and community radio 2XX, for the terrific coverage they give our club. The support that Canberra United receives from the Belconnen Soccer Club, the Belconnen United Football Club and Canberra FC is also very much appreciated. We are proud of the ‘firsts’ that Canberra United has achieved and one of those last season was marked by our participation in the inaugural World Club Championship in Japan. Whilst this put added pressure on our W-League campaign with rescheduled fixtures and players not being available for certain games, the experience and benefit of that tournament will resonate with all players and staff for a long time. I am grateful to the Japan Football Association for taking the initiative with this event and look forward to supporting another W-League club in the IWCC later this year. On a less happy note, another ‘first’ this season was our failure for the first time, and as the current Champion, to reach the semi finals. Given the much improved quality of the league, with an additional club and extremely talented international players in all teams, plus at the time of printing there’s only been three clubs that have won the five W-League championship it shouldn’t be that surprising. The closeness of the final points table with any one of six clubs being able to make the semi-finals and the jostling for the top four spots right up to the last round of the regular season was a real reflection on how much the league has matured in a short period of time. It also highlights how important it will be to have a full home and away league from next season. Only until then will we have a truly fair and equal playing field – and this is something I will continue to press FFA to achieve. As we reflect on games that ended up draws when they could have been wins, as well as those gut-wrenching last-minute losses to Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory, we should also think of all the positives and be satisfied with a good and historic season. We maintained our high standards in every respect both on and off the field and we continued to attract great crowds to our home games. We recognized Captain Ellie Brush for playing in her 50th Canberra United Westfield W-League game and we look forward to several others joining her in that illustrious group next October. We developed more local talent for the future and we travelled around Canberra in our new bus. Whilst we didn’t get to the top of the mountain as far as the League was concerned, as I noted last year, we can continue to look forward with optimism and confidence in knowing that whatever challenges are presented to us, we have a strong united team of experienced players, staff, administrators, Members and supporters who will help the club to achieve greater success. There were other successes in season five as Canberra United won six of the FFA Westfield W-league awards including coach and player of the year, Julie Dolan Medal winner and fair play, and United also won two ACT Sport Star Awards for the club and the coach categories. These achievements will be treasured for a long time. Thank you and well done to all players and staff for another amazing journey with the green family. Finally, a special ‘thank you’ to coach Klimkova for having faith in our abilities when the pressure was greatest and for personal inspiration to reach higher levels.

Heather Reid Chief Executive

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KANGA CUP REPORT The 23rd Kanga Cup was held from 7th – 12th July 2013. With 248 teams participating, the tournament continues to grow from strength to strength and it also continues to hold the original values of football, camaraderie, sportsmanship and pure fun. Games were played at Hawker Football Centre, Kaleen, Mawson, Dickson, Harrison and the University of Canberra with Grand Finals matches at the AIS, University of Canberra and Hawker. The 2013 Kanga Cup was a special year as it coincided with the Centenary of Canberra where we marked 100 years since the naming of Canberra and home of the Australian story. The Centenary offered an opportunity to explore Canberra through its natural seasonal calendar–revealing a lively and active 21st century city ideally fulfilling its important role as the nation’s capital. All Australian States and the ACT were well represented once again with three teams from South Australia, five from Tasmania and two from Western Australia alongside the large representation from Victoria, NSW and the ACT. We also welcomed teams from New Zealand, China, South Korea and the Philippines in the week-long event. Our loyal friends SinGok from Korea returned to compete and we extended a warm welcome the Beijing Middle School No. 54 from our sister city of Beijing. The Carranz FC from the Philippines and a trio of New Zealand teams completed the overseas line-up. The Kanga Cup further established its credentials as the Number 1 Football Festival of the Southern Hemisphere with the event seeing over 3800 players take part in more than 700 games in five action packed days of football across 25 separate divisions from U10-U18 male and female divisions culminating in Grand Finals on Friday 12th July. Amongst the activities was a HUGE opening ceremony, movie night, disco, coach’s seminar, as well as National Youth League game between Newcastle Jets and Youth United from Canberra with some fantastic football on display. In addition to the players who enjoyed the football, fun and friendship we cannot forget the dedicated team of referees who officiated in the cold conditions at times during the week with over 150 official referees, 60 of which travelled from around Australia and New Zealand. We also thank the indomitable team of volunteers and support staff including local clubs who set the grounds daily. Without these invaluable contributions the Kanga Cup would simply not happen. Along with the players and referees there were 30 volunteers who were vital in the successful management of the event, including many new volunteers who we hope will return to next year’s event. There were a number of key staff that put an enormous amount of hours and contributed to the success of the tournament. A special mention to the Tournament staff for a job well done: Tournament Director: Cassie Behrens Kanga Cup Organising Committee Chair: John Logue Competition Manager: Jesamine Wheeler Volunteer Coordinator: Sam Irvine Team Administrator: Michaela Day Referee Technical Director: David Kurthi Referee Administrator: David Rowell Capital Football was pleased to announce the support of Subway as an Official Event Partner for the Kanga Cup. Fourteen Subway stores across Canberra came together to sponsor the event with the local franchises offering VIP cards to all Participants including free delivery to grounds as well as in-store discounts during the week. Capital Football and Kanga Cup also recognises its other event sponsors and supporters: the ACT Government; Café Momo; Vivid Print; Sports in Focus: Dendy Cinema; Sports Centre , the AIS and our accommodation partners—The Brassey Hotel, Rex Hotel Canberra, Belconnen Premier Inn, Canberra City YHA, Statesman Hotel, Canberra Carotel Motel, Rydges Lakeside and Hyatt Hotel Canberra. Thank you to all everyone involved in this year’s tournament and for continuing to grow the Kanga Cup into a world-class tournament uniting the youth of the world through football.

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ActewAGL JUNIOR LEAGUE REPORT Capital Football would firstly like to recognise the continued support from ActewAGL as the naming rights sponsor for the 2013 Junior League. ActewAGL continues to provide support to the local community through its sponsorship and Capital Football hopes to maintain a progressive and mutually beneficial relationship. ActewAGL introduced a monthly Junior League Play of the Day award to recognise persons in the junior committee for their tireless volunteer efforts. The recipients of these awards were Toni Dodd (Belwest), Penny Moses (Canberra FC) and Richard Peil (Capital Country JFC). Capital Football hopes that this award can continue to recognise the tireless efforts of volunteers in the community. In 2013 the participation numbers decreased slightly by 6.01% from 11185 in 2012 to 10512 in 2013. This season Capital Football introduced the Junior Premier League which impacted on the number of male junior participants in the community junior league. Junior League male participation dropped from 7991 in 2012 to 7348 in 2013. Junior female participation remained relatively stable although a slight decrease was recorded from 3194 in 2012 to 3164 in 2013. Capital Football welcomed two new clubs into the Junior League community with Capital Country JFC and Palerang United joining. Both clubs extend Capital Football’s reach into the surrounding south-east regions. The Junior League and Game Development departments also managed ACT School Sports Football throughout the season holding eight gala days for Under 12s, Year 7/8 and Year 9/10 with the Grand Final held in September. We thank all the schools that were involved in the Gala Days and look forward to next year’s competition being played in the same good spirit and fair play. We thank the Junior Standing Advisory Committee for their knowledge and advice on management of the competition throughout the season. And we would also like to thank coaches, managers, volunteers and club committees who helped make the ActewAGL Junior League season such a success. 2014 looks to be another flourishing year of football and Capital Football looks forward to seeing you again.

Sigourney Dunk Junior League Administrator

John Brooks Chair, Junior Standing Advisory Committee

Participation History 2006 - 2013 14000

12000 10000 8000

Boys

6000

Girls

4000

Total

2000 0 2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

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ActewAGL JUNIOR LEAGUE TABLES OPEN UNDER-12 DIVISION 1

OPEN UNDER-12 DIVISION 2 GOLD

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Belconnen United

14

13

0

1

48

10

+38

39

1

Monaro Bungaroos 14

12

0

2

67

15

+52

36

2

Monaro Black

14

10

2

2

58

14

+38

32

2

Majura FC

14

11

1

2

88

19

+69

34

3 Gungahlin Thunder 14

8

2

4

48

20

+28

26

3

Radford College

14

11

1

2

58

20

+38

34

4

Majura FC

13

7

2

4

26

15

+11

23

4

Brindabella Blues

14

7

1

6

37

32

+5

22

5

Woden Hammers

13

5

1

7

25

26

-1

16

5

St. Edmunds

14

3

2

9

24

54

-30

11

6

Monaro Green

13

5

0

8

26

49

-23

15

6

Tuggeranong Utd

14

3

2

9

15

69

-54

11

7

Gungahlin Light.

14

4

1

9

13

38

-25

13

7 Weston Blackhawks 14

3

1

10

31

72

-41

10

8

Marist FC

13

2

3

8

11

36

-25

9

8

2

0

12

10

49

-39

6

9

Weston Stirkers

12

0

1

11

12

53

-41

1

OPEN UNDER-12 DIVISION 2 BLUE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Woden Spurs

14

10

1

3

49

16

+33

31

2 Gungahlin Cyclones 14

9

3

2

39

26

+13

30

3

Belnorth

14

8

1

5

37

16

+21

25

4

CGS Navy

13

7

1

5

44

34

+10

22

5

Belwest Foxes

13

6

1

6

65

53

+12

19

6

Belsouth Fire

14

6

1

7

33

28

+5

19

7

Gungahlin Fury

12

6

1

5

29

32

-3

19

8

Monaro Panthers

13

2

0

11

27

86

-59

6

9

Marist Royal

13

1

1

11

23

55

-32

4

Pos

Team

Marist FC Sky

14

OPEN UNDER-12 DIVISION 3 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Yass FC

16

13

1

2

83

11

+72

40

2

Belsouth

16

12

1

3

116

30

+86

37

3

Belnorth

15

12

1

2

70

19

+51

37

4

Majura FC

16

8

2

6

51

33

+18

26

5

Woden Tornadoes

16

6

4

6

30

41

-11

22

6

Woden Storm

15

6

3

6

48

36

+9

21

7

Woden Hurricanes

15

5

3

7

47

45

+2

18

8

Brindbella Blues

15

6

0

9

55

84

-29

18

9

Gungalin Storm

14

4

2

8

32

65

-33

14

10

Woden Cyclones

15

2

2

11

21

80

-59

8

15

0

1

14

9

113 -104

1

11 Burgmann Anglican

OPEN UNDER-13 DIVISION 1 OPEN UNDER-13 DIVISION 2 BLUE

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Majura FC

12

8

1

3

36

14

+22

25

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

2

Woden United

12

7

3

2

30

22

+8

24

1 Canberra Grammar 14

11

2

1

57

18

+39

35

3

Goulburn Strikers

12

6

4

2

19

12

+7

22

2

Belwest Foxes

14

10

1

3

83

30

+53

31

4

Radford College

12

5

3

4

23

13

+10

18

3

Belsouth Lightning

14

10

1

3

43

28

+15

31

5

Gungahlin United

12

3

3

6

20

25

-5

12

4

Majura FC

14

9

1

4

62

30

+35

28

6

Marist FC

12

3

2

7

15

28

-13

11

5

Monaro Panthers

14

5

1

8

63

33

-1

16

7

Canberra FC

12

1

2

9

11

40

-29

5

6

Belnorth

14

4

0

10

19

57

-38

12

7

Weston Creek

14

3

0

11

18

67

-49

9

8

Woden Hammers

14

0

2

12

27

78

-51

2

OPEN UNDER-13 DIVISION 2 GOLD Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

1

Brindabella Blues

15

15

0

0

105

6

+99

45

2

Gungahlin United

15

10

0

5

54

25

+29

30

3

Tuggeranong Utd

15

6

1

8

33

43

-10

19

4

Radford College

15

3

4

8

17

46

-29

13

5

Marist FC

15

3

3

9

20

70

-50

12

6

St. Edmunds Blues

15

2

4

9

11

50

-39

10

16

Pos

Team

GD PTS

ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED


ActewAGL JUNIOR LEAGUE TABLES OPEN UNDER-13 DIVISION 3 BLUE

OPEN UNDER-13 DIVISION 3 GOLD

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Burgmann Anglican

12

11

1

0

68

8

+60

34

1

Palerang United

15

11

0

4

59

17

+42

33

2

Canberra Grammar

12

10

1

1

53

6

+47

31

2

Brindabella Blues

15

10

1

4

54

27

+27

31

3

Woden Spurs

12

5

2

5

37

18

+19

17

3 Canberra Grammar 15

9

0

6

50

40

+10

27

4

Gungahlin United

12

4

1

7

23

29

-6

13

4

Woden Lightning

15

8

1

6

35

30

+5

25

5

Belsouth Electric

11

3

3

5

26

34

-8

12

5

Marist FC

15

5

1

9

23

48

-25

16

6

Belnorth FC

11

3

1

7

18

42

-24

10

6 St. Edmunds White 15

0

1

14

9

68

-59

1

7

Radford College

12

0

1

11

5

93

-88

1

OPEN UNDER-14 DIVISION 1

OPEN UNDER-14 DIVISION 2

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Woden Rivals

15

11

2

2

50

16

+34

35

1

Brindabella Blues

15

13

1

1

45

16

+29

40

2

Gungahlin United

15

10

3

2

51

20

+31

33

2

Woden Hammers

15

11

2

2

74

25

+49

35

3

Belconnen United

14

7

4

3

50

31

+19

25

3

Belwest Foxes

15

9

2

4

46

23

+23

29

4

Belnorth FC

14

6

1

7

38

35

+3

25

4 Canberra Grammar 15

9

1

5

59

20

+39

28

5

Marist FC

14

6

1

7

27

26

+1

19

5

Gungahlin United

14

7

1

6

26

36

-10

22

6

Canberra FC

14

5

2

7

30

35

-5

17

6

Marist FC

15

6

3

6

45

35

+10

21

7

Monaro Black

14

3

3

8

16

39

-23

12

7

Majura Hammer

15

5

1

9

37

60

-23

16

8

Belsouth Falcons

14

1

0

13

11

53

-42

3

8

St. Edmunds Blues

15

4

1

10

27

65

-38

13

9

Tuggeranong Thunder

14

1

4

9

24

40

-16

7

10

Majura Spurs

15

0

2

13

8

71

-63

2

OPEN UNDER-14 DIVISION 3 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Gungahlin United

16

13

0

3

69

16

+53

39

2

Yass FC

16

11

3

2

78

16

+63

36

3

Belnorth FC

16

10

3

3

50

33

+17

33

4

Canberra G Sky

16

10

0

6

49

29

+20

30

5

Canberra G Navy

16

9

1

6

52

23

+29

6

Brindabella Blues

16

8

4

4

63

42

7

Belsouth Cyclones

16

8

3

5

46

8

Monaro Panthers

16

6

1

9

9

Weston Creek

16

5

2

10

Woden Spurs

16

3

11

Marist FC

16

12

Tuggeranong Panthers

16

OPEN UNDER-15 DIVISION 2 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1 Canberra Grammar 14

13

1

0

118

26

+92

40

2

Radford College

14

8

1

5

39

38

+1

25

28

3

Weston Creek

14

7

2

5

56

36

+20

23

+21

28

4

Belwest Foxes

14

6

1

7

45

46

-1

19

38

+8

27

5

Gungahlin United

14

5

1

8

38

72

-34

16

53

43

+10

19

6

Cooma Tigers

14

4

1

9

30

43

-13

13

9

40

51

-11

17

7

Marist FC

14

2

6

6

21

31

-10

12

1

12

34

63

-29

10

8

St. Edmunds Blues

14

2

5

7

29

84

-55

11

3

1

12

27

68

-14

10

0

1

15

4

143 -139

1

ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED

17


ActewAGL JUNIOR LEAGUE TABLES OPEN UNDER-15 DIVISION 3

OPEN UNDER-16 DIVISION 1

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Canberra G Navy

14

11

0

3

81

29

+52

33

2

Canberra G Sky

14

8

2

4

82

41

+41

26

3

Woden Hammers

14

8

1

5

44

31

+13

25

4

Majura FC

14

8

0

6

52

46

+6

24

5

Gungahlin United

13

6

2

5

51

41

+10

20

6

Belnorth FC

13

6

2

5

46

46

0

20

7

Woden Spurs

13

5

4

4

45

36

+9

19

8

Marist FC

13

1

1

11

16

53

-37

4

9

Brindabella Blues

12

1

0

11

23

117 -94

3

OPEN UNDER-16 DIVISION 2 BLUE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Yass FC

14

11

2

1

107

17

+90

35

2

Marist FC

14

11

1

2

83

15

+68

34

3

Brindabella Eagles

14

10

1

3

86

13

+73

31

4

Canberra G Navy

14

9

0

5

73

32

+44

27

5

St. Edmunds Blues

14

6

1

7

37

30

+7

19

6 Brindabella Falcons 14

4

1

9

37

56

-19

7

Tuggeranong Utd

14

1

1

12

14

8

Canberra G Sky

14

10

1

13

12

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Marist FC

15

11

1

3

47

24

+23

34

2

Belconnen United

15

10

2

3

37

12

+25

32

3

Radford College

15

9

3

3

36

29

+7

30

4

Gungahlin United

15

9

2

4

32

18

+14

29

5

Marist FC U15/1

14

8

0

6

39

26

+13

24

6

Monaro Panthers

14

6

1

7

33

39

-6

19

7

Canberra FC

15

5

2

8

37

30

+7

17

8

ACTAS

15

4

4

7

28

31

-3

16

9

Woden Lightning

14

5

0

9

26

48

+22

15

10

Majura FC

14

3

1

10

22

39

-17

10

11

Woden Eagles

14

1

2

11

28

69

-41

5

OPEN UNDER-16 DIVISION 2 GOLD Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Gungahlin United

12

11

0

1

101

13

+88

33

2

Belnorth

12

10

1

1

59

16

+43

31

3

Weston Titanium

12

6

1

5

49

24

+25

19

13

4

Marist FC

12

4

3

5

41

49

-8

15

116 -102

4

5

Monaro Panthers

12

3

3

6

41

59

-18

12

173 -161

1

6

Radford College

12

3

2

7

27

51

-24

11

7

Brindabella Blues

12

0

0

12

10

116 -106

0

OPEN UNDER-18 DIVISION 1

OPEN UNDER-18 DIVISION 2

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Radford College

14

12

0

2

59

11

+48

36

Pos

2 Canberra Grammar 14

9

1

4

54

23

+31

28

1

3

14

8

2

4

39

16

+23

26

2

14

7

4

3

33

27

+6

25

14

6

1

7

23

39

-16

19

4 5

Marist FC Tuggeranong Green Tuggeranong White

6

St. Edmunds

14

5

0

9

34

48

-14

15

7

Woden Lghtning

14

4

2

8

25

45

-20

14

8

Brindabella Blues

14

0

0

14

21

79

-58

0

18

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

Majura Wanderers 16

12

4

0

55

17

+38

40

16

13

1

2

58

21

+37

40

3 Canberra Grammar 16

12

1

3

59

17

+42

37

4

Cooma Tigers

16

9

1

6

49

47

+2

28

5

Majura Gunners

16

6

4

6

22

27

-5

22

6

Belsouth

16

6

2

8

36

28

+8

20

7

Belwest Foxes

16

6

2

8

32

34

-2

20

8

St. Edmunds

16

6

1

9

36

44

-8

19

9

Weston Creek

16

5

3

8

37

50

-13

18

10

Marist FC

16

6

0

10

43

64

-21

18

11

Gungahlin United

16

4

3

9

39

49

-10

15

12

Belnorth

16

0

0

16

17

85

-68

0

Brindabella Blues

ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED


ActewAGL JUNIOR LEAGUE TABLES GIRLS UNDER-12 DIVISION 1

OPEN UNDER-18 DIVISION 3 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

42

1

Woden United

12

11

1

0

106

5

+101 34

+34

29

2

Gungahlin United

12

10

1

1

62

12

+50

31

34

+21

27

3

Weston Magic

12

6

1

5

21

18

+3

19

57

58

-1

24

4

Brindabella Blues

12

6

1

5

34

37

-3

19

12

34

67

-33

7

5

Majura FC

12

2

4

6

21

42

-21

10

14

23

93

-70

3

6

Belsouth Magpies

12

1

1

10

8

65

-57

4

7

Belnorth FC

12

1

1

10

11

84

-73

4

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Radford College

15

14

0

1

70

21

+49

2 Canberra Grammar 15

9

2

4

67

33

3

Woden Spurs

15

8

3

4

55

4

Woden Hammers

18

8

0

7

5

Brindabella Blues

15

2

1

6

Marist FC

15

1

0

GIRLS UNDER-12 DIVISION 2 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Woden Spurs

14

11

2

1

75

11

+64

35

2

Monaro Black

14

11

1

2

66

12

+54

34

3

Belwest Foxes

14

8

0

6

41

28

+13

24

4

Belsouth Wagtails

14

8

0

6

34

29

+5

24

5

Weston Leopards

14

7

2

5

32

25

+7

23

6

Monaro Green

14

6

1

7

31

35

-4

19

7

Majura FC

14

1

1

12

11

64

-53

4

8

Belnorth

14

0

1

13

5

91

-86

1

GIRLS UNDER-13 DIVISION 1

GD PTS

GIRLS UNDER-12 DIVISION 3 Pos

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

Brindabella Falcons 14

9

1

4

37

15

+22

28

2 Burgmann Anglican 14

9

1

4

27

13

+14

28

3

Radford College

14

7

3

4

35

20

+15

24

4

CGGS Panthers

13

6

3

4

37

30

+7

21

5

Majura FC

12

6

1

5

30

23

+7

19

6

Gungahlin United

12

5

3

4

12

11

+1

18

7

Monaro Panthers

13

5

3

5

27

33

-6

18

8

Brindabella Eagles

14

5

0

9

22

27

-5

15

9

Woden Gazelles

13

0

1

12

7

59

-52

1

1

Team

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Majura FC

15

12

2

1

49

10

+39

38

2

Woden Warriors

15

11

3

1

50

10

+40

36

3

Belsouth Finches

15

8

3

4

16

17

-1

27

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

4

Belconnen United

15

4

2

9

20

28

-8

14

1

Gungahlin United

15

13

0

2

50

15

+35

39

5

Weston Magpies

15

3

3

9

14

29

-15

12

2

Brindabella Blues

15

10

3

2

57

15

+42

33

6

Monaro Panthers

15

0

1

14

9

64

-55

1

3

Tuggeranong Utd

15

9

1

5

32

23

+9

28

4

CGGS

14

8

1

5

39

20

+19

25

5

Majura FC

15

7

4

4

39

21

+18

25

6

Belwest Foxes

15

8

0

7

39

37

+2

24

7

Belnorth FC

15

5

2

8

27

45

-18

17

8

Radford College

14

5

1

8

35

41

-6

16

9

Woden Spurs

14

5

1

8

37

49

-12

16

10

Belsouth Doves

14

1

2

11

6

45

-39

5

11

Woden Gazelles

14

1

1

12

2

52

-50

4

GIRLS UNDER-15 DIVISION 1 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Weston Storm

14

8

2

4

37

24

+13

26

2

Belconnen United

13

7

4

2

23

15

+8

25

3

Monaro Panthers

14

6

5

3

22

16

+6

23

4

Radford College

14

6

4

4

22

20

+2

22

5

Gungahlin United

13

6

2

5

33

35

-2

20

6

Majura FC

13

5

2

6

33

32

+1

17

7

Woden United

14

4

4

6

25

26

-1

16

8

CGGS

13

3

4

6

21

30

-9

13

9

Tuggeranong Utd

12

1

1

10

9

27

-18

4

GIRLS UNDER-13 DIVISION 2

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ActewAGL JUNIOR LEAGUE TABLES GIRLS UNDER-15 DIVISION 2 GOLD

GIRLS UNDER-15 DIVISION 2 BLUE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Belsouth Swans

12

11

0

1

46

6

+40

33

2

Woden Hammers

12

9

1

2

57

12

+45

28

3

Cooma Tigers

12

8

1

3

33

16

+17

25

4

Tuggeranong Utd

12

3

2

7

22

36

-14

11

5

Brindabella Blues

12

3

1

8

8

22

-14

10

6

Radford Raptors

12

3

0

9

15

43

-28

9

7

Majura FC

12

2

1

9

23

69

-46

7

GIRLS UNDER-15 DIVISION 3 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Brindabella Blues

15

12

2

1

43

5

+38

38

2

Majura FC

15

12

2

1

42

8

+34

38

3

Woden Rebels

15

9

2

4

38

18

+20

29

4

Palerang United

15

6

5

4

23

20

+3

23

5

Woden Ninjas

15

7

2

6

32

30

+2

23

6

Woden Vipers

15

6

0

9

29

27

+2

18

7

Belnorth

14

4

3

7

14

25

-11

15

8

Belwest Foxes

14

4

3

7

13

31

-18

15

9

CGGS Green

14

3

2

9

17

32

-15

11

10

Tuggeranong Utd

14

3

1

10

6

31

-25

10

11

CGGS Red

14

2

2

10

8

38

-30

8

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Woden Spurs

15

12

2

1

56

11

+45

38

2

Belnorth FC

15

10

1

4

46

6

+40

31

3

Gungahlin United

15

9

2

4

34

21

+13

29

4

Monaro Black

15

7

4

4

34

17

+17

25

5

Belsouth Bilbies

15

6

2

7

22

23

-1

20

6

Weston Strikers

15

5

3

7

22

40

-18

18

7

CGGS

15

4

3

8

20

39

-19

15

8

Weston Warriors

15

4

2

9

13

25

-12

14

9

Monaro Green

15

3

3

9

11

37

-26

12

10

Radford Rockets

15

3

2

10

19

58

-39

11

GIRLS UNDER-17 DIVISION 1 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Brindabella Blues

12

8

3

1

41

7

+34

27

2

Canberra FC

12

8

2

2

27

15

+12

26

3

Woden Vipers

12

7

2

3

40

14

+26

23

4

CGGS

12

4

3

5

16

18

-2

15

5

Belconnen United

12

3

4

5

13

20

-7

13

6

Monaro Panthers

12

1

3

8

9

37

-28

6

7

Gungahlin United

12

1

3

8

8

43

-35

6

GIRLS UNDER-17 DIVISION 3 BLUE GIRLS UNDER-17 DIVISION 2 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

1

Belnorth Strikers

14

11

3

0

38

7

+31

36

2

Woden United

14

7

2

5

37

22

+15

23

3

Tuggeranong Matildas

14

7

1

6

46

26

+20

22

4

Brindabella Gold

14

4

6

4

16

22

-6

18

5

Majura Spartans

14

5

3

6

22

32

-10

18

6

Belsouth

14

5

2

7

19

34

-15

17

7

Belnorth Devils

14

3

4

7

14

34

-20

13

8

Brindabella Blue

14

1

5

8

9

24

-15

8

20

GD PTS

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Radford Raptors

14

12

1

1

65

15

+50

37

2

Gungahlin United

14

11

0

3

48

31

+17

33

3

Radford Tigers

14

9

1

4

64

18

+46

28

4

Burgmann Anglican

14

7

2

5

31

24

+7

23

5

Monaro Panthers

14

5

2

7

13

30

-17

17

6

Majura FC

14

4

1

9

23

39

-16

13

7

Yass FC

14

4

0

10

25

53

-28

12

8

Woden Jaguars

14

0

1

13

12

71

-59

1

GIRLS UNDER-17 DIVISION 3 GOLD Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Belwest Foxes

15

13

1

1

66

26

+40

40

2

Tuggeranong White Tigers

15

9

1

5

54

45

+9

28

3

Radford Rockets

15

8

0

7

39

42

-3

24

4

Woden Tigers

15

7

1

7

61

56

+5

22

5

CGGS Green

15

4

1

10

43

54

-11

13

6

CGGS Red

15

2

0

13

21

61

-40

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COMPETITIONS REPORT Congratulations to Canberra Olympic (pictured below) who won the inaugural Capital Football National Premier League Grand Final with a closely fought match against League Champions Canberra FC. Canberra FC had direct passage to the Grand Final winning their semi-final whilst Canberra Olympic finished third and won their way through to the Grand Final with wins over Woden Valley and Belconnen United. The Grand Final had a sensational finish with Olympic veteran Robbie Schroeder coming on as a substitute to score twice in extra time to claim the trophy. Tuggeranong United won the revamped Men’s Federation Cup where teams from the State League & Masters competitions were invited to participate for the first time. League Champions Canberra FC participated in the first National Premier League Finals series and were pitted against eventual winner Sydney United 58 FC in an elimination final fixture in Sydney. Canberra FC performed admirably losing 2-1 in a very tight match. Capital Football looks forward to hosting the FNSW National Premier League champion in 2014 against our NPL champion. The Women’s Premier League Grand Final pitted League Champions Belconnen United against WPL new comers Monaro Panthers who were looking for their second trophy after winning the Federation Cup. Belconnen went in as favorite and there was a feeling of déjà vu with the NPL Grand Final when Belconnen United’s Michelle Heyman scored twice in extra time giving them a two nil win. Belconnen United also won the men’s & women’s Tiger Turf PL club champions trophy. We also congratulate other major award winners – National Premier League Coach of the Year, Dean Ugrinic (Woden Valley); Men’s Premier League Player of the Year, Robbie Cattanach (Cooma); Women’s Premier League Coach of the Year Antoni Jagarinec (Belconnen); Women’s Premier League Player of the Year Caitlin Munoz (Canberra Olympic); Men’s Golden Boot, Derek Oelmann; Women’s Golden Boot, Ashleigh Palombi (Woden Valley FC) and Michelle Heyman (Belconnen United). Capital Football thanks Tiger Turf for their ongoing sponsorship for the Premier League Club Champions and TSA for supplying Nike balls for the Premier League competitions. Thanks to the PLSAC for their help during the year and to Chair Charlie Rajak. I also thank the CEO, Heather Reid and the Board for their continued support. Finally thank you to the Premier League clubs for their hard work and continued assistance.

Alasdair Grocock Competition Manager

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STATE LEAGUE REPORT 2013 was a phenomenal year for community football with 3,192 players in 186 teams competing in 18 divisions. All the men’s and women’s competitions saw growth in player numbers with an increase of 159 players from 2012, 44 for the men and a staggering 115 for the women respectively. The introduction of the men’s Capital League saw 12 teams in two pools battle it out for the inaugural title. White Eagles were hot favourites with their impressive record over the previous seasons. An undefeated season (12 wins, 3 draws) saw the Eagles sitting in top position of their pool but it was League Champions from the opposite pool, Narrabundah FC (who were also undefeated with 9 wins and 5 draws) who took the spoils in the Grand Final. Queanbeyan City was the surprise opponent in the final after giving White Eagles their first loss in over two seasons with a 3-2 win in the semi-final. The Women’s Division 1 competition saw fourth placed Belwest Foxes triumph in an enthralling, hard fought match against third placed O’Connor Knights. Both semi-finals went into penalty shoot outs after finishing 1-1 after extra time. With such high quality matches being played in the lead up to the final, the Grand Final was guaranteed to be an exciting encounter. 2013 has seen a substantial growth in female players participating in state league competitions and we look forward to a bright future with the introduction of the Women’s Capital League and more avenues for female players to progress from the Junior League to State League. Every year we see the Men’s and Women’s State League and Masters competitions growing in leaps and bounds, in numbers and quality of competition. This would not be so without the tireless efforts of the clubs and their wonderful volunteers. The progress of community football would not be where it is without your work, support, passion and determination. A sincere thank you to the Community Standing Advisory Committee and Capital Football Board, who continue to work effectively with management and the football community to ensure fair and enjoyable competition at all levels. Your dedication to the game is admirable and your time and support doesn’t go unnoticed. Thank you. Last, but not least, a big thank you to all the players, coaches and team officials. Your desire to play the game you love so much regardless of age, background or skill level are what makes football the most popular sport of choice in Canberra.

Sharon Perkins Community Standing Advisory Committee (Chair)

Melanie Luksa State League Administrator

Weston-Molonglo FC Masters Division 1 Champions celebrate their Grand Final win over ANU FC at the University of Canberra.

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MEN’S LEAGUE TABLES GRAND FINAL RESULTS 2013 PL: Canberra Olympic 2 Canberra FC 0 (after extra-time) PL20: Tuggeranong United 2 Canberra FC 0 PL18: Canberra FC 2 Belconnen United 1 PL16: Belconnen United 2 Monaro Panthers 1 (after extra-time) PL14: Canberra FC 1 Canberra Olympic 1 (extra-time, Canberra FC 5-4 on penalties) PL12: Canberra City 7 Monaro Panthers 0 SL1: Narrabundah 0 Queanbeyan City 0 (extra-time, Narrabundah 5-3 on penalties) SL2: Canberra Olympic 3 ANU FC 2 SL3: ANU FC 3 Narrabundah 1 SL4: ANU FC 3 Burns FC 2 (after extra-time) SL5: Canberra City 2 Belwest Foxes 0 SL6: Gungahlin Juventus 3 Belsouth 2 SL7: Yass FC 3 Belwest Foxes 3 (extra time, Yass FC win 3-2 on pens) SL8: Narrabundah 2 Belconnen United 1 SL9: Belconnen United 2 ANU FC 1 SL10: ANU FC 2 Belwest Foxes 1 Masters 1: Weston-Molonglo FC 4 ANU FC 1 Masters 2: Canberra Olympic 1 Narrabundah 0 Masters 3: Gungahlin United 7 Brindabella White 3 Masters Over-45: Canberra FC 5 Brindabella Blues 0

PREMIER LEAGUE FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Canberra FC

23

18

0

5

86

22

+64

54

2

Belconnen United

23

15

2

6

47

35

+12

47

3

Canberra Olympic

23

13

6

4

47

25

+22

45

4

Woden Valley

23

13

2

8

58

43

+15

41

5

Cooma Tigers

23

10

1

12

46

54

-8

31

6

AIS

16

7

3

6

28

26

+2

24

7

Canberra City

23

6

1

17

41

61

-20

19

8

Monaro Panthers

23

6

1

16

30

78

-48

19

9

Tuggeranong United

23

3

2

18

30

71

-41

11

PREMIER LEAGUE UNDER-20 FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Canberra FC

23

18

0

5

78

25

+53

54

2

Belconnen United

23

13

3

7

50

32

+18

42

3

Tuggeranong United

23

11

5

7

49

38

+11

38

4

Senior NTC

16

11

2

3

62

28

+34

35

5

Cooma Tigers

23

9

4

10

39

48

-9

31

6

Canberra Olympic

23

9

2

12

45

57

-12

29

7

Woden Valley

23

7

4

12

34

47

-13

25

8

Canberra City

23

6

6

11

26

44

-18

24

9

Monaro Panthers

23

2

2

19

27

93

-66

8

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PREMIER LEAGUE UNDER-18 FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Canberra FC

23

19

1

3

89

40

+49

58

2

Belconnen United

23

16

1

6

78

41

+37

49

3

Woden Valley

23

12

3

8

81

56

+25

39

4

Cooma Tigers

23

10

5

8

43

44

-1

35

5

Tuggeranong United

23

7

6

10

52

50

+2

27

6

Canberra Olympic

23

8

1

14

70

72

-2

25

7

Monaro Panthers

23

7

2

14

50

74

-24

23

8

ACTAS

16

7

1

8

42

62

-20

22

9

Canberra City

23

3

2

18

24

90

-66

11

PREMIER LEAGUE UNDER-16 FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Belconnen United

21

18

3

0

98

23

75

57

2

Canberra FC

21

15

2

4

83

30

53

47

3

Canberra Olympic

21

15

2

4

68

19

49

47

4

Monaro Panthers

21

10

3

8

56

40

16

33

5

Tuggeranong United

21

7

4

10

47

47

0

25

6

Canberra City

21

6

2

13

55

62

-7

20

7

Woden Valley

21

2

4

15

35

75

-40

10

8

Cooma Tigers

21

1

0

20

20

166

-146

3

PREMIER LEAGUE UNDER-14 FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Canberra Olympic

21

15

4

2

65

19

46

49

2

Canberra FC

21

14

4

3

79

34

45

46

3

Tuggeranong United

21

12

3

6

56

37

19

39

4

Belconnen United

21

11

5

5

61

31

30

38

5

Canberra City

21

7

6

8

32

32

0

27

6

Woden Valley

21

6

2

13

33

64

-31

20

7

Monaro Panthers

21

6

1

14

43

48

-5

19

8

Cooma Tigers

21

0

1

20

12

116

-104

1

PREMIER LEAGUE UNDER-12 FINAL TABLE

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Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Canberra City

21

19

2

0

146

18

128

59

2

Belconnen United

21

16

2

3

63

30

33

50

3

Monaro Panthers

21

15

0

6

74

31

43

45

4

Cooma Tigers

21

7

2

12

49

80

-31

23

5

Woden Valley

21

6

3

12

26

59

-33

21

6

Canberra Olympic

21

6

1

14

27

72

-45

19

7

Canberra FC

21

4

2

15

22

55

-33

14

8

Tuggeranong United

21

4

2

15

28

90

-62

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MEN’S LEAGUE TABLES STATE LEAGUE 1

STATE LEAGUE 2

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

White Eagles

15

12

3

0

51

8

43

39

1

Belconnen Utd

16

13

1

2

64

28

36

40

2

Narrabundah

14

9

5

0

33

19

14

32

2

Canberra Oly.

16

11

2

3

53

21

32

35

3 Queanbeyan City 14

10

2

2

41

28

13

32

3

16

10

2

4

37

28

9

32

51

32

19

23

WestonMolonglo FC

ANU FC

15

7

2

6

5 O'Connor Knights 15

6

3

6

38

38

0

21

4

ANU FC

16

9

2

5

56

28

28

29

6

ADFA

15

6

3

6

32

33

-1

21

5 Queanbeyan City 16

9

1

6

39

32

7

28

7

Lanyon United

14

4

3

7

22

26

-4

15

6 Monaro Panthers 16

7

3

6

32

32

0

24

8

WestonMolonglo FC

7

UC Pumas

16

6

1

9

26

44 -18 19

15

4

2

9

21

31 -10 14

8

Narrabundah

16

6

0

10

27

44 -17 18

9

UC Pumas

14

3

5

6

22

41 -19 14

9

White Eagles

16

4

4

8

26

44 -18 16

10

Belconnen Utd

14

3

2

9

25

37 -12 11

10

Burns FC

16

3

4

9

14

30 -16 13

11

Belnorth

15

1

0

14

14

57 -43

3

11

Tuggeranong United

16

3

3

10

27

41 -14 12

12

Canberra FC

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12

Canberra City

16

3

1

12

13

42 -29 10

4

GD PTS

0

STATE LEAGUE 4

STATE LEAGUE 3 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

37

1

ANU FC

17

13

3

1

69

10

59

42

15

37

2

Burns FC

17

13

3

1

53

13

40

42

36

20

31

3

Lanyon United

17

11

1

5

46

21

25

34

35

44

-9

29

4

UC Pumas

17

10

3

4

38

17

21

33

7

37

30

7

26

5

Belnorth FC

17

8

5

4

37

28

9

29

1

9

47

42

5

22

6

Gungahlin

17

5

4

8

25

31

-6

19

6

3

8

37

49 -12 21

7

17

6

0

11

28

32

-4

18

17

6

2

9

33

33

WestonMolonglo FC

8

Belsouth

17

4

0

13

33

56 -23 12

ADFA FC

17

4

3

10

26

37 -11 15

9

Belconnen Utd

17

3

1

13

17

89 -72 10

Woden Valley

17

3

0

14

31

79 -48

10 Palerang United

17

1

2

14

14

63 -49

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

ANU FC

17

12

1

4

54

21

33

2

Narrabundah

17

12

1

4

63

48

3 Goulburn Strikers 17

10

1

6

56

4

Tuggeranong

17

9

2

6

5

Canberra Oly.

17

8

2

6

Belconnen Utd

17

7

7

Burns FC

17

8

Gungahlin

9 10

0

20

9

5

STATE LEAGUE 5 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Canberra City

16

14

1

1

62

15

47

43

2

Belwest Foxes

16

13

1

2

63

17

46

40

3

ANU FC

16

10

1

5

43

22

21

31

Brindabella Blues 16

7

4

5

36

28

8

25

9

5

1

3

23

20

3

16

6 Weston-Molonglo 16

4

3

9

24

47 -23 15

Tuggeranong

16

3

5

8

22

47 -25 14

Gungahlin United 16

3

4

9

27

52 -25 13

4 5

7 8

Canberra FC

9

Belnorth FC

17

3

3

11

33

61 -28 12

10

Narrabundah

16

2

3

11

22

46 -24

9

Above: Capital League Champions Narrabundah after their Grand Final penalty shoot-out victory over Queanbeyan City at Hawker Football Centre.

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STATE LEAGUE 6

STATE LEAGUE 7

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

ANU FC

18

11

3

4

33

20

13

36

1

ANU FC

18

16

1

1

98

19

79

49

2

Cooma Tigers

18

11

2

5

39

21

18

35

2

Belwest Foxes

18

14

1

3

52

28

24

43

3

Belsouth

18

10

3

5

43

27

16

33

3

Tuggeranong

18

13

0

5

42

31

11

39

4

Gungahlin

18

10

3

5

44

36

8

33

4

Yass FC

18

12

2

4

56

20

36

38

5

Tuggeranong

18

9

3

6

38

30

8

30

5 Brindabella Blues 18

12

1

5

62

35

27

37

6

White Eagles

18

9

3

6

38

33

5

30

6

Canberra City

18

10

0

8

45

27

18

30

7

WestonMolonglo FC

18

7

7

4

32

26

6

28

7 Monaro Panthers 18

9

2

7

49

31

18

29

8 Belconnen White 18

7

4

7

37

27

10

25

8

WestonMolonglo FC

18

8

1

9

29

38

-9

25

9 Gungahlin United 18

6

6

6

24

25

-1

24

9

Belconnen Utd

18

5

2

11

24

51 -27 17

10

Belnorth

18

7

1

10

38

42

-4

22

10

Lanyon United

18

5

1

12

24

42 -18 16

11

Belwest Foxes

18

6

3

9

33

44 -11 21

11

Belnorth FC

18

4

4

10

26

52 -26 16

12

Belconnen Blue

18

5

4

9

37

47 -10 19

12

Gundaroo

18

5

1

12

36

67 -31 16

13

UC Pumas

18

3

2

13

16

38 -22 11

13 Gungahlin United 18

3

2

13

25

68 -43 11

14

Burns FC

18

1

4

13

17

53 -36

14

Crossroads

0

2

16

20

79 -59

7

STATE LEAGUE 8

18

2

STATE LEAGUE 9 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

36

1

Belconnen Utd

16

11

2

3

61

22

39

35

28

31

2

ANU FC Blue

15

10

2

3

39

19

20

32

21

7

25

3

ANU FC Orange

15

9

4

2

36

18

18

31

37

32

5

23

4

Crossroads

15

8

1

6

26

28

-2

25

5

ADFA FC

15

7

2

6

29

22

7

23

4

41

28

13

22

6

Lanyon United

15

7

1

7

30

26

4

22

6

3

29

19

10

21

7

Canberra City

15

5

4

6

30

27

3

19

6

2

7

49

44

5

20

8 Gungahlin United 15

2

1

12

11

42 -31

7

14

5

1

8

34

42

-8

16

Gundaroo

0

1

14

13

71 -58

1

Woden Valley

14

5

0

9

24

61 -37 15

10

Belwest Foxes

15

4

0

11

29

54 -25 12

11

Belnorth

15

2

1

12

24

67 -43

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Belconnen Utd

15

11

3

1

65

20

45

2

ANU FC

14

9

4

1

40

12

3

Narrabundah

15

8

1

6

28

4

WestonMolonglo FC

15

7

2

6

5 Gungahlin United 14

6

4

Tuggeranong

14

5

7 Brindabella Blues 15 8

ADFA FC

9

6

12 O'Connor Knights

0

STATE LEAGUE 10

9

15

MASTERS DIVISION 1 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Weston A

18

17

1

0

137

17 120 52

2

ANU FC Blue

18

15

2

1

96

13

83

47

3

Belconnen Utd

18

14

1

3

93

24

69

43

4

Narrabundah

18

8

4

6

45

50

-5

28

5 Brindabella Blues 18

8

1

9

55

57

-2

25

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Belwest Foxes

15

12

0

3

70

20

50

36

2

ANU FC

15

11

1

3

59

22

37

34

6

Canberra Oly.

18

7

4

7

33

51 -18 25

3 Monaro Panthers 15

10

3

2

34

17

17

33

7

ANU FC Orange

18

7

2

9

42

69 -27 23

4

Tuggeranong

15

9

1

5

32

32

0

28

8 Queanbeyan City 18

7

1

10

33

53 -20 22

5

WestonMolonglo FC

16

8

1

7

38

35

3

25

Belwest Foxes

18

6

3

9

46

61 -15 21

10 Gungahlin United 18

7

0

11

39

68 -29 21

6 Brindabella Blues 15

4

1

10

41

58 -17 13

11

Belnorth

15

4

1

10

24

50 -26 13

Woden Valley

18

5

4

9

46

70 -24 19

8 Gungahlin United 15

3

0

12

28

60 -32

9

12

Tuggeranong

18

4

3

11

26

73 -47 15

ADFA FC

3

0

12

20

52 -32

9

13

Woden Red

18

3

4

11

35

74 -39 13

14

Weston B

18

1

4

13

16

62 -46

7

9

26

15

9

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MEN’S LEAGUE TABLES MASTERS DIVISION 3

MASTERS OVER-45 P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1 Brindabella Blues 17

12

4

1

65

22

43

40

2

Canberra FC

17

12

4

1

50

19

31

40

3

Belnorth

17

10

4

3

40

17

23

34

4

Woden Valley

17

8

2

7

44

30

14

26

5

Burns FC FC

17

7

3

7

36

33

3

24

27

6

TUFC Rovers

16

5

4

7

29

33

-4

19

7

24

7

TUFC Old Boys

16

1

1

14

15

84 -69

4

-7

22

8

Lanyon United

17

1

0

16

12

53 -41

3

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Gungahlin Utd Brindabella White

17

15

1

1

88

18

70

46

17

12

2

3

51

32

19

38

3

Belnorth

17

9

1

7

44

38

6

28

4

Lanyon United

17

8

3

6

42

22

20

27

5

ANU FC

17

9

0

8

42

35

7

6

UC Pumas

17

6

6

5

37

30

Brindabella Blue 17

7

1

9

39

46

2

7 8

WestonMolonglo FC

17

5

2

10

38

51 -13 17

9

Woden Valley

17

4

1

12

29

63 -34 13

10

Belwest Foxes

17

1

1

15

14

89 -75

Pos

Team

4

Right: The Masters still have it! Canberra FC with the spoils of victory after they romped to victory in the Masters Over-45 Grand Final with a convincing 5-0 win over Brindabella Blues.

Above: The Canberra Olympic team which won the State League 2 Grand Final with a narrow 3-2 win over ANU FC celebrate their success in front of their supporters at Hawker Football Centre.

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WOMEN’S LEAGUE TABLES GRAND FINAL RESULTS 2013 PL: Belconnen United 2 Monaro Panthers 0 (after extra-time) PLR: Weston-Molonglo FC 1 Belconnen United 1 (extra-time, Weston wins 4-3 on penalties) PL19: Belconnen United 2 Canberra FC 0 SL1: Belwest Foxes 2 O’Connor Knights 0 SL2: ADFA FC 5 Cooma Tigers 0 SL3: Belnorth 2 Lanyon United 0 SL4: Belwest Foxes 5 Palerang United 3 Masters: Weston-Molonglo Spirit 1 Lanyon United 1 (extra-time, Spirit wins 3-1 on penalties)

PREMIER LEAGUE FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Belconnen United

21

21

0

0

94

12

+82

63

2

Monaro Panthers

21

13

3

5

53

29

+24

42

3

Weston-Molonglo FC

21

13

2

6

50

28

+22

41

4

Canberra FC

21

13

1

7

50

24

+26

40

5

Canberra Olympic

21

8

4

9

36

55

-19

28

6

Tuggeranong United

21

7

2

12

35

59

-24

23

7

ANU WFC

21

2

0

19

15

73

-54

6

8

Woden Valley

21

1

0

20

16

67

-51

3

PREMIER LEAGUE RESERVES FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Belconnen United

21

21

0

0

104

15

89

63

2

Canberra FC

21

16

2

3

62

22

40

50

3

Weston Molonglo

21

15

1

5

74

16

58

46

4

Canberra Olympic

21

8

4

9

24

37

-13

28

5

Monaro Panthers

21

6

3

12

28

65

-37

21

6

ANU WFC

21

5

2

14

22

58

-36

17

7

Tuggeranong United

21

4

3

14

26

65

-39

15

8

Woden Valley

21

1

1

19

19

81

-62

4

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Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Canberra FC

21

15

4

2

85

24

61

49

2

Woden Valley

21

16

1

4

73

21

52

49

3

Belconnen United

21

15

4

2

72

26

46

49

4

Monaro Panthers

21

8

6

7

55

42

13

30

5

Canberra Olympic

21

6

2

13

34

60

-26

20

6

Weston Molonglo

21

6

1

14

40

78

-38

19

7

Tuggeranong United

21

5

2

14

29

70

-41

17

8

ANU WFC

21

2

2

17

12

79

-67

8

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WOMEN’S LEAGUE TABLES STATE LEAGUE 2

STATE LEAGUE 1 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

UC Pumas

17

12

2

3

48

17

31

38

1

ADFA

16

14

1

1

64

11

53

43

2 Goulburn Strikers 17

9

2

6

27

35

-8

29

2

Cooma Tigers

15

8

5

2

29

15

14

29

3 O'Connor Knights 17

8

3

6

18

15

3

27

3 Goulburn Strikers 15

7

5

3

22

19

3

26

4

Belwest Foxes

17

8

2

7

16

18

-2

26

4

Canberra Oly.

15

6

3

6

25

28

-3

21

5

ANU WFC

17

6

6

5

19

22

-3

24

5

ANU WFC

15

5

5

5

17

18

-1

20

6

Gungahlin Utd

17

7

2

8

23

22

1

23

6

ANU Strollers

15

4

5

6

13

18

-5

17

7

Belconnen Utd

17

5

0

12

21

29

-8

15

7

15

4

3

8

21

31 -10 15

4

1

12

15

29 -14 13

WestonMolonglo FC

8

Tuggeranong

17

8

Woden Valley

15

2

4

9

9

31 -22 10

9

UC Pumas

15

2

1

12

13

42 -29

STATE LEAGUE 3 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Narrabundah

17

13

1

3

48

16

32

40

2

Belnorth

17

12

3

2

56

13

43

39

3

Belwest Foxes

17

10

1

6

39

26

13

31

4

Lanyon United

17

8

5

4

34

21

13

5

Belsouth

17

8

3

6

37

27

6

Cooma Tigers

17

7

4

6

27

7

ANU WFC

17

7

2

8

8

Gungahlin Utd

17

4

4

9 Monaro Panthers 17

2

Woden Valley

1

10

17

7

STATE LEAGUE 4 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD PTS

1

Belwest Foxes

15

13

1

1

59

2

57

40

2

Palerang United

15

13

1

1

39

8

31

40

29

3

Belnorth

15

8

3

4

22

12

10

27

10

27

4 Monaro Panthers 15

6

2

7

13

22

-9

20

22

5

25

5

ANU WFC

16

5

3

8

13

26 -13 18

23

32

-9

23

6

Yass FC

15

6

0

9

13

26 -13 18

9

35

38

-3

16

7

Tuggeranong

15

4

4

7

14

21

-7

16

1

14

23

43 -20

7

8

Narrabundah

15

4

3

8

13

22

-9

15

2

14

12

96 -84

5

9

Gungahlin Utd

15

0

1

14

3

50 -47

1

MASTERS Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

1

Weston Spirit

15

13

2

0

57

3

54

41

2

Lanyon United

15

9

4

2

42

11

31

31

3

Tuggeranong

15

8

4

3

30

22

8

28

Weston Phoenix 15

7

3

5

25

23

2

24

15

7

3

5

19

18

1

24

6 Monaro Panthers 15

4

4

7

15

30 -15 16

7

Belnorth

15

4

2

9

12

22 -10 14

8

Belsouth

15

3

2

10

19

38 -19 11

9

Weston Xenas

16

1

0

15

3

55 -52

4 5

Majura FC

GD PTS

3

The Belconnen United Women’s Premier League team that defeated Monaro Panthers 2-0 after extra time in the Grand Final at Hawker Football Centre.

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FUTSAL REPORT Futsal has continued to show its growth and popularity during the 2013 financial year. The local Capital Football social competitions have been increasing in player and team numbers for all summer and winter competitions. The Futsal Premier Leagues have seen a strong and competitive season across the ages in both juniors and seniors. 2013 also saw a milestone in women’s futsal with the national Hummel F-League introducing a women’s competition, and the ACT representation through Boomerangs FS. The men’s Boomerangs FS sides performed admirably in the NSW Futsal Premier League. Capital Football hosted another successful FFA National Futsal Championships with the ACT squads competing in four grand final matches, taking out both the Open Men’s and Women’s titles. 11 female players from the ACT were also named in the All Star teams for the Youth and Open categories. The social senior competitions have increased in team numbers with the summer 2012/13 season having 195 teams (increase of 16 teams), and the winter 2013 season having 106 teams (increase of 7 teams). Player participation numbers reached close to 2,300 registrations for all social competitions across the year. Junior registration numbers, which encompass North Canberra Futsal and South Canberra Futsal, saw a decline in player participation numbers for the 2012/13 season. NCF had a total of 1380 registrations (1009 male, 371 female) which was a decrease of 49 registrations. SCF, had a 30% decrease in player registrations with numbers dropping to 427, compared to 576 in the previous year. The 2012 Futsal Senior and Junior Premier Leagues ran from September through to December and had 20 and 21 teams participating respectively. The men’s league was won by Canberra City Prawns for the second consecutive year, giving them a 100% record for the season. They defeated Canberra Olympic Supercats. The women’s league saw another back to back win for Woden Valley FC defeating Weston Creek El Diva. The FJPL introduced new age categories in 2012 with the U14 boys and girls competitions. The Boomerangs FS had another busy year, with the club entering teams in all nine divisions of the NSW Futsal premier League. Daniel Fulton was named Player of the Year for the Open Men’s competition. Boomerangs FS were supported by Capital Football in both men’s and women’s divisions of the NSW Hummel F-League. The women made a great impression on the league finishing 2nd and they went on to defeat the Melbourne Heart in the semi-final then advanced into the grand final where they were outclassed by the Sydney Scorpions 6-0. The men’s side finished in a respectable 4th place after losing a nail-biting semi-final match against the Vic Vipers 4-3, who then went on to win the Championship. In 2013 Capital Football hosted a number of futsal specific courses for coaches and referees. A Futsal Certificate and two Futsal License coaching courses were held with a total of 12 and 27 participants respectively. The referee coverage for futsal competitions was once again at a high level. There was 100% coverage at all venues with the majority of matches each week having two appointed referees. In 2013, Capital Football established a steering committee to progress the development in the Futsal Facilities Feasibility project. A consultant group, Coffey, was engaged to develop a business case for presentation to the ACT Government. The project will endeavor to seek funding for a designated futsal facility in Canberra so as to house the ongoing growth of the sport. The future of futsal is looking promising with nominations for the 2013/14 competitions exceeding capacity and the Premier League competitions having new clubs in the competition. We also saw the Untouchables Futsal Club becoming the second senior futsal only club affiliated with Capital Football, further illustrating the expansion of the sport.

Jesamine Wheeler Futsal League Manager Competition *Seniors – Summer 2012/13 Seniors – Winter 2013 *Juniors – Summer 2012/13 Total

2012 Registration Numbers – Players 1317**

2013 Registration Numbers – Players 1627**

2012 Registration Numbers - Teams 207

2013 Registration Numbers - teams 215

677**

800**

99

106

2005

1975

286

273

3999**

4402**

592

594

2013 Registration numbers compared with 2012. *includes senior and junior Futsal Premier League competitions **numbers may include multiple registrations from the same player 30

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MEN’S FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE FINAL TABLE—POOL A Pos

Team

P

W

SD

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Canberra City Prawns

4

4

0

0

23

9

14

22

2

Canberra Olympic Supercats

4

2

0

2

26

24

2

12

3

Queanbeyan City Weston Molonglo Timberwolves

4

1

0

3

17

19

-2

11

4

2

0

2

18

25

-7

10

Belconnen United Strikers

4

1

0

3

12

19

-7

5

4 5

Grand Final Result Canberra City Prawns 4 Canberra Olympic Supercats 0

MEN’S FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE FINAL TABLE—POOL B Pos

Team

P

W

SD

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

TUFC Gunners

4

4

0

0

20

3

17

20

2

Belconnen United Devils

4

2

0

2

17

25

-8

16

3

Boomerangs FS Blue

4

3

0

1

22

12

10

15

4

Boomerangs FS White

4

1

0

3

19

27

-8

5

5

Monaro Panthers

4

0

0

4

14

25

-11

4

WOMEN’S FUTSAL PREMIER LEAGUE FINAL TABLE Pos

Team

P

W

SD

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

1

Weston Creek El Diva

14

12

1

0

44

9

35

41

2

Woden Valley FC

14

12

0

1

64

17

47

36

3

Boomerangs FS

14

10

1

3

42

16

26

32

4

Kids FC

14

7

0

7

34

42

-8

21

5

Belconnen United

14

6

0

8

44

36

8

18

6

Canberra FC

14

4

1

9

37

72

-35

14

7

Tuggeranong United FC

14

1

2

11

20

56

-36

7

8

Brindabella Blue FC

14

0

1

13

15

52

-37

2

Grand Final Result Woden Valley 5 Weston Creek El-Diva 2 (after extra time)

Player Numbers

Team Numbers

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TECHNICAL REPORT Overview 2012-13 was a major transition period in the technical department with numerous developments in all phases related to the FFA national curriculum Building Blocks. With the introduction of the National Premier Leagues (NPL) in 2013, the Capital Football Technical Department strived to work closely with all clubs, providing an understanding of the Three Pillar Structure so that everyone involved understood what part they played in developing and providing opportunities for our most talented players within the ACT and surrounding regions.

Male Three Pillar Structure

Female Three Pillar

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Structure

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FFA National Futsal Championships 2013—Coaches Capital Football nominated a team in every division for the tournament held in Canberra from January 7 th to 13th. U12 Boys – Mark O’Neill (Head) U12 Girls – Vanh Manthongsy (Head) / Faina Bariesheff (Assistant) U13 Boys – Eugene Exposito (Head) / Norman Brown (Manager) U14 Boys – Bernie To (Head) / Dimity Truman (Assistant) U14 Girls – Pat Mills (Head) / Donna O’Brien (Assistant) U15 Boys – Nunzio Rinaudo (Head) / Roger Cua (Assistant) U16 Boys – Eddie Senatore (Head) / Daniel Fulton (Assistant) U16 Girls – Angelo Maralit (Head) / Caylie Wise (Assistant) Youth Men – Kristian Collins (Head) Youth Women – Grant Davoren (Head) / Luisa Marzotto (Assistant) Open Men – Simon Aitchison (Head) / Daniel Macor (Assistant) Open Women – Kristian Collins (Head) / Amanda Auroussaeu (Assistant) Skill Acquisition Program 2013 Under the guidance of Head Skill Acquisition Trainer Marcial Munoz the Skill Acquisition Phase has gone from strength to strength. The Integrated player pathway for both the male and female programs provided much needed consistency. The Technical Department spent most of the year developing the periodization for the Skill Acquisition Phase, providing all of our High Performance Coaches with direction as to what functional game skill and specific aspects needed to be delivered in every session throughout the year.

Skill Acquisition Trainer - Marcial Munoz Skilleroos (U13 Boys) - Marcial Munoz (Head) / Matt Moore (Assistant) SAP U12 Boys - Marcial Munoz (Head) / Stas Kaladzinski (Assistant) SAP U11 Boys - Stas Kaladzinski (Head) SAP U10 Boys - Phil Booth (Head) SAP U13 Girls - Matt Moore (Head) / Michelle Aurousseau (Assistant) SAP U11 Girls - Michelle Aurousseau (Head)

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Game Training Program 2013 As illustrated in the Integrated Player Pathway and Building Blocks, the GTP provides the next four years in player development. Again the Technical Department saw much needed improvements into what should be delivered in each of those four years from 14-17. For the first time, the ACTAS (NTC) Men’s competed in the ACT NPL 18’s competition. ACTAS (NTC) Women continued to play in the Junior League 16 Boys competition. There was an introduction of the Senior NTC program into the ACT NPL 20’s competition, which now allows Capital Football to work with players for the full four years of the Game Training Phase. An introduction of the Emerging United 15’s for the very best players in the U14’s and U15’s age groups was a training squad throughout 2013. ACTAS Men – Pat McCann (Head) / Bernie To (Assistant) ACTAS Women – Ray Junna (Head) / Obi Shadmaan (Assistant) Senior NTC – Jason Harrison (Head) / Warren Grieve (Assistant) Emerging United (U15 Girls) – Obi Shadmaan (Head) / Angelo Maralit (Assistant) Senior Skilleroos (U14 Boys) – Rodney Lynes (Head) / Pat McCann (Assistant)

Performance Phase Program 2013 2013 saw the launch of the Youth United, funded by the A-League For Canberra Bid. The program brought in players throughout the NPL competitions in a training environment to play against FFA National Youth League squads. The very best players between the ages of 16 and 20 were given the opportunity to be showcased in front of A-League clubs. Youth United Fixtures Youth United 3-0 Newcastle Jets @ AIS Track Youth United 1-1 Sydney FC @ Rochdale Youth United 2-2 Central Coast Mariners @ Youth United 2-4 Western Sydney Wanderers @ Caringbah

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FFA National Youth Championships for Girls – July 2013 July saw our talented U13 and U15’ girls represent ACT at the 2013 FFA National Youth Championships in Coffs Harbour. This would be the first time that representative players would have the chance to demonstrate their skills in front of the newly appointed Matilda’s coach Hesterine De Reus.

U13 Girls (Group B) Coaches: Matt Moore (Head Coach), Michelle Auroussaeu (Assistant) Results: W = 1, L = 3, D = 1 Table: 4th U15 Girls (Group B) Coaches: Obi Shadmaan (Head Coach), Linda Uhlmann (Assistant) Results: W = 3, L = 1 Table: 2nd

FFA National Youth Championships for Boys — October 2013 Capital Football nominated a team in the U13 Boys and U14 Boys competitions at Coffs Harbour. Both teams represented the ACT in Group A. The championships provided the opportunity for our best players to demonstrate their talent in front of national selectors. U13 Boys (Group A) Coaches: Marcial Munoz (Head Coach), Matt Moore (Assistant) Results: L = 5, D = 1 Table: 7th U14 Boys (Group A) Coaches: Rod Lynes (Head Coach), Pat McCann (Assistant) Results: L = 5, D = 1 Table: 7th

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COACH EDUCATION National Premier Leagues The introduction of the NPL in 2013 saw the landscape of football in the ACT make significant changes. The FFA now sees the NPL as an opportunity to close the gap between the Hyundai A-League and local federation football. Year one of the NPL has seen the clubs challenged to ensure that they fulfil their licence agreement both on and off the field. This includes fully accredited coaches at every level from U12’s through to first grade and a stand alone Technical Director to assist in delivering the FFA’s two strategic spearheads, Coach Education and Youth Development. It is therefore paramount that Capital Football support the NPL clubs in the setup and delivery within their own clubs. Technical Workshops During 2013, four Technical Workshops were delivered specifically targeting each of the phases in the Building Blocks. All NPL clubs were invited to attend providing them with necessary information, which could be utilised and put into practice within their club environment. Technical Workshop 1 – Periodization (Skill Acquisition Phase + Game Training Phase) Technical Workshop 2 – Skill Acquisition Phase Model Session, Planning and Delivery Technical Workshop 3 – Game Training Phase Model Session, Planning and Delivery Technical Workshop 4 – Performance Phase Model Session, Planning and Delivery

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Coaching Conference With the State Federations assuming the responsibility to run their own Regional Coaching Conferences annually, Capital Football hosted their own conference at the University of Canberra. With over 100 coaches in attendance, they saw presentations delivered, both theory and practical, by FFA National Technical Director Han Berger and Head of Coach Education Rob Sherman. All presentations related specifically to the Building Blocks for selection, planning and delivery. Skill Acquisition Phase – Theory and Model Session Football Conditioning – Theory and Model Session Positioning Games – Theory and Model Session Community Update - Theory

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GAME DEVELOPMENT REPORT The beginning of 2013 saw Pat McCann resign his position as Game Development Manager to take up the role of Head Coach at ACTAS. In 2012 Pat was shortlisted for the ‘Australian of the Year’ local hero awards which was recognition indeed for the fantastic contribution he made in developing and implementing football initiatives within the ACT and across the Region in his five years at the helm of Game Development. Capital Football made the following appointments on a three month interim basis prior to confirming both posts full time: Neil Orr as Game Development Manager & Merryn Brown as the new Participation Officer. Despite the staffing changes, the challenge for the Game Development team was to expand on the key priorities outlined in the FFA 2011-2014 National Game Development Strategy and the 2012– 2015 Capital Football Strategic Plan. The following FFA statement and list of strategies and programs implemented provides a summary of the work achieved. “To grow and retain participation in football by ensuring the sport is inclusive, accessible and enjoyable for all” NATIONAL GAME DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY - KEY PRIORITY AREAS        

Grassroots Coaching and Refereeing Schools Football Disability Football Indigenous Football Multicultural Football Recruitment and Retention Football for women and girls Non Traditional Football (Futsal, Five-a-Side)

CORE PROGRAMS

Capital Football Futsal Coaches

In 2013 Community Coach Education, Schools Programming, School Holiday Clinics, Disability Football and Multicultural Football featured strongly in our deliverance. All of these programs are outlined in the strategic planning and remain very much a part of our core business. In addition to the core programs Capital Football receive many request to run activities or facilitate events. The following displays the diverse nature of the programs Game Development provide: Football activities at the Governor Generals Open Day with over two hundred children participating in football activities and games Assisted the Dioceses Schools in their representative selections. Facilitated primary and secondary schools semi-finals and final competitions. Delivered a ‘deadly soccer’ clinic for twenty two Koori Kids at the Belconnen Centre. COMMUNITY COACHING The FFA Community Course portfolio again featured strongly with twenty nine courses being delivered across the twelve month period resulting in an increase of accredited coaches across the Capital by four hundred and twenty three. Grassroots courses again proved popular with local clubs a number of which utilized their own accredited Presenter to deliver a course for their next intake of volunteers. Woden Valley Soccer Club received a special visit from Kean Marshall (FFA Head of Community Football) who delivered the three hour practical course to thirty one ‘budding’ coaches at Mawson. Grassroots courses were also conducted for Student Teachers at University of Canberra and students of Holy Christian Trinity High School and Melba College. When viewing the ‘Total Participation by Year’ in diagram 1 the total number of course participants is closely matched. However 2013 saw a reduction in Grassroot attendees and a significant rise in participants attending other courses. The benefits of this are an increase in better informed coaches resulting in a better experience for young footballers across the ACT and region.

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Table 1 Course Title

Courses Held

Participants

Ave. Participants

Grassroots

Courses Scheduled 14

14

223

16

Junior Licence

6

3

36

12

Youth Certificate I

4

4

57

14

Youth Certificate II & Licence

3

0

0

0

Senior Certificate I

2

2

27

13.5

Senior Certificate II & Licence

2

1

13

13

Goalkeeping Certificate

3

1

14

14

Goalkeeping Licence

2

1

14

14

Futsal Certificate

2

1

12

12

Futsal Licence

2

2

27

13.5

Totals

40

29

423

14.5

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Total Participation by Year 07/08-11/12 st n a ip ci tr a P e sr u o C

500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0

2007/08

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

175

468

372

470

422

423

Course Participants

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Across the full range of courses

Rod Lynes

Futsal Certificate and Licence Senior Cert I, II & Licence

Phil Booth

Grassroots & Junior Licence

Paul Jones

Gk Certificate and Gk Licence

Jamie Amendolia (FFA)

Futsal Licence

Kean Marshall (FFA)

Grassroots

Richard Jalland (for Weston Molonglo)

Grassroots (club)

Jason Thornton (for Majura FC)

Grassroots (club)

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COACHING SEMINAR In July, Capital Football Technical and Game Development staff delivered a Coaching Seminar at Hawker Football Centre which was open to ACT and Kanga Cup coaches. Over sixty coaches were in attendance to observe ‘model session’ components delivered by Warren Grieve (Technical Director), Pat McCann (ACTAS Head Coach) and Neil Orr (Game Development Manager). The evening concluded with a question and answer session. SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS Tap into Water Capital Football presence continued in the schools with the ‘Tap into Water’ program proving extremely popular with Primary School staff and students. The football curriculum for classes ranging from K to yr6 enable the children to participate in age appropriate fun and challenging skills and games. This partly funded ACT Government sponsored program (continued despite a reduction in funding for 2011/12 to $10,000 and a funding review being implemented delaying the 2012/13 rounds) was established to encourage children to choose water as their drink of choice during exercise and understand and recognize the benefits of tap water when exercising. Participants and Teachers were tasked after each session to research ‘homework’ the benefits of tap water when participating in physical activities. Eighteen primary schools participated in the program over the past twelve months. With Game Development staff and Development Officers delivering nine weeks of football activities to each school. Program

No. of Schools

No. of Participants

Total Contacts weekly participants x number of weeks

18 schools

5328

47,952

FFA 5-a-side Eleven FFA 5-a-side gala days went ahead during the course of the year. This games-only program was again coordinated in one of two popular formats: the multi-school format which saw cluster schools competing against each other at a central-venue and the single-school format which saw class teams formed and compete against each other. The skills challenges during the breaks often appeared as eagerly contested as the games themselves as the students loudly cheer for their teammates. Goulburn once again were the recipients of a regional visit along with Numarella with seven of the region’s small schools converging on the small NSW school fields to participate in a fun day. Program

No. of Schools

No. of Participants

Total Contacts weekly participants x number of weeks

34 schools 7 single events 4 multi events

2075

n/a

School Holiday Development Programs The School Holiday Programs continue to be developed and thirteen ‘Football Fun’ clinics were delivered over the course of the year. This popular program continues to evolve and in addition to the courses taking place in the neighborhood ovals, regional courses were delivered in Cooma, Bungendore and for the second year running ‘Football in the Snow’ at Jindabyne - however, again there was no snow! A Canberra United clinic in January resulted in thirty five participants being coached by a number of the Canberra United players and later in the year a Canberra United clinic for youth girl footballers (12yrs-16yrs) was introduced allowing the participants to be directly mentored and coached by the Canberra United players. In addition a Super Clinic attracted twenty seven talented youth players (13yrs-18yrs) who enjoyed participating in the themed training sessions.

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Program

No. of Clinics

Football Fun

13

Super Clinics

1

Canberra United Clinic

1

Canberra United Clinic for Youth Girls Footballers

1

Football in the Snow (Jindabyne)

1

Regional Visits

4

Scholarships (25 recipients) Total Participation

420

ALL ABILITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS (Football-Connect) Football-Connect offers successful winter (All Ability League) and summer (Futsal Fives) programs providing its continually increasing participation base with the opportunity to play football for more than 22 weeks a year. 2013 was another busy year for both of these programs. The FFA National Futsal Championships unfortunately saw our ACT Athletes With a Disability (AWD) team defeated in the semi-final by Queensland who went on to win the tournament – a great effort from our team! The third season of the Football-Connect All Ability League was partnered by five local football clubs Belnorth, Belsouth, Belwest, Majura and Tuggeranong. It was fantastic having representatives from each club present players with their team strip at the season launch, which coincided with the start of disability football month. The opportunity to represent and play for a local football club throughout the season meant a lot to the players and their parents/guardians, and it didn’t take long for club pride and rivalry to kick in. Players also got the chance to play at a local club thanks to Belnorth who hosted Football-Connect for two rounds. The Football-Connect team would like to thank Belnorth, Belsouth, Belwest, Majura and Tuggeranong for partnering our football league and welcoming our players to your clubs. We hope that these partnerships continue and develop further in 2014. In the Kanga Cup AWD division Football-Connect joined with Special Olympics to field two ACT teams. An ACT/NSW all-stars 11 v 11 match also took place at Hawker Football Centre in lieu of finals. As well as running football and futsal programs Football-Connect entered two teams into the winter and summer futsal competitions. Inclusion in these competitions gave our Futsal National players and new senior players the chance to play futsal all year round and substantially develop as individual players and as teams. Thank you to the mentor players who played alongside our AWD players in the futsal competitions during the year. Throughout the year Game Development staff also attended and ran football activities for over 250 students/participants at the Lord Tavener’s Disability Multi-Sport day, the Sport and Recreation Disability Participation Day and the I-Day Expo. An FFA 5-a-side gala day was held for the Woden School as well as weekly football sessions for Kaleen High Learning Support Unit (LSU) students throughout term three. A Futsal training session and games were set up for students with hearing impairments to experience the indoor game at the Belconnen Basketball Centre. Futsal Fives grew from a six to an eight week program. Players attended sessions where they participated in training activities and pick-up games. The sessions also acted as trials as well as training sessions for the 2014 National Futsal Championships. The selection and announcement of players in our ACT AWD Open Team capped off a successful year for Football-Connect. Across the course of the year Game Development delivered or participated in over 350 football events reaching over 10,000 participants in schools, clubs and the wider community.

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MULTICULTURAL FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS At a Social Inclusion Week gathering at Reid Oval in 2012, Capital Football mooted the idea of a football competition to run under the banner of multicultural football. The event at Reid Oval enabled each of the collaborative partners, Companion House, The Australian Red Cross, Football United, Street Soccer ACT to play and present on the football provisions that were in place for new arrivals to the ACT. Capital Football’s proposal for a weekly social tournament was well received and a format was discussed. In 2013 the Soccer Unites Community Cup (Suncup) was formed. Hawker Football Centre was the venue with Capital Football facilitating the event which ran during February and March. The format allowed eight teams / communities (Capital Football being one) to participate in one match a week over seven weeks with week eight being the finals night. Hawker Football Centre was the venue for the weekly matches and amid a vibrant atmosphere the matches were played out in terrific spirit. The final saw a talented Blue Nile lift the inaugural Suncup Trophy. Over one hundred players had participated in the eight week event with everyone looking ahead to Suncup Season 2 in 2014. Participating Teams: Blue Nile, Football United, Capital Boys, MYS Allstars, Capital Football, Australian Red Cross, Sierra Leone, Karen Soccer

Initiatives and annual events included the 9th (Annual) Refugee Tournament, Harmony Day games in association with Street Soccer ACT and the Social Inclusion Week Football Expo. This year saw twenty five multicultural scholarships awarded to enable new arrivals to attend the Football Fun community clinics allowing children of new arrivals to participate and make new friends through football. Capital Football also teamed up with Sports and Recreation Services and a number of state sporting organisations to present a multisport gala day and celebrate NAIDOC week with over 450 children (from 12 schools) of indigenous background at Boomunulla Oval in July.

NeiL Orr Game Development Manager

Merryn Brown Participation Officer

Hawker Football Centre Report The Hawker Football Centre continued to fulfil evening and weekend bookings in 2013. The business model will be reviewed to more accurately represent the pattern of use by the football community. The Capital Football High Performance Unit increased its level of use primarily through the increased number of programs, however, other venues with natural surface will be used for high performance squads in 2014. Hawker Football Centre is a key venue for various clubs and game development programs such as Football Connect. In addition, it is a popular venue for community groups such as the Korean Soccer Association of the ACT that runs the Ambassadors Cup. Operational costs were reduced by only running a canteen at large events and offering this service to clubs to manage where possible. Cost savings were also found by not utilising a regular venue manager. Capital Football will continue to review facility maintenance and upgrade initiatives such as lighting and fencing that are likely to be required at Hawker in the next few years. The revised booking schedule for 2014 is available on the Capital Football website.

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REFEREES’ REPORT With additional resources being committed to referee development over the past few years, Capital Football has seen a number of changes occur within its refereeing ranks. This year saw a restructuring of the Referee Technical Committee (RTC) in accordance with the recommendations from the National Referee Technical Committee. Chris Blain was appointed as the Chair, taking over from Clive Mackillop who previously held the role of Referee’s State Coach. Capital Football would like to thank Clive Mackillop for long distinguished service as the State Coach. A significant initiative implemented by Capital Football this year was the RESPECT program which was introduced to encourage greater levels of respect for and between all participants of the game. The RESPECT program resulted in a 24% reduction in the number of incident reports relating to inappropriate behaviour of coaches and spectators and the number of players sent off for using offensive, insulting or abusive language and/or gestures, across all levels of football. This year also saw the introduction of the Instructing Referee Course targeted at 13-15 years olds who wish to referee small sided games. These courses were very well supported with 99 people participating in the training. In addition to the Instructing Referee course, 68 people completed the Level 4 Referee course. Coverage of matches continued to improve in 2012/13 with referees appointed to 99% of all Premier League matches and 73% of State League matches. This improvement was due to a combination of factors including the introduction of an online appointments system. The outcome was encouraging given a slight decrease in the number of referees in 2012/13 with a total of 471 referees (381 male, 90 female). Throughout the year the RTC increased their attention to the off field education of referees by conducting monthly education sessions for referees and covered topics such as communication, dealing with dissent and foul recognition, with the aim of improving knowledge and consistency of decision-making. Furthermore, 19 referees and 9 assessors completed upgrading of their qualifications. The Referee Standing Advisory Committee (RSAC) continued to be chaired by Richard Naumovski with Pat Caggiano in the role of Deputy Chair. Other members were are Chris Conti, Alex McConachie, David Ockerby and Daniel Rajic. The RSAC put in significant work to boost referee numbers and increase retention by improving the support given to members. ACHIEVEMENTS For the sixth successive season Richard Naumovski refereed the National Premier League Capital Football Grand Final and was awarded Men’s Referee of the Year, while Luke Withell was the referee of the Men’s Federation Cup Final. Delfina Dimoski refereed both the Women’s Federation Cup Final and the Women’s Premier League Grand Final and was awarded Women’s Referee of the Year. In Futsal, James Nikolaidis, Danny Parker and Richard Brown refereed the Men’s Premier League Grand Final while the Women’s Premier League Grand Final was refereed by David Ockerby, Richard Brown and James Nikolaidis. Congratulations to all involved for their great season. DEVELOPMENT 2013 saw the transition pathway for junior referees to progress to senior football expanded in conjunction with the introduction of the Junior Premier League. The newly formed Cadet Referee Program, sponsored by The Smile Lounge, gave junior referees the opportunity to referee in the Junior Premier League and receive elite level coaching. The Referee’s Academy also continued by providing young referees with the opportunity to referee in the NPL18 competition and receive elite level coaching and mentoring from more experienced members. In addition, Capital Football Referees were represented at the following national youth tournaments: Institute Challenge: Nia Southwell and Luke Withell National Schools Championships: Delfina Dimoski and Luke Withell U13 Boys – Adam Powers and U14 Boys – Sam Clark ELITE Capital Football’s FIFA officials, Allyson Flynn (Assistant Referee) and Ben Williams (Referee), retained their positions on the FIFA and AFC Elite Panels. Ben Williams was busy with the FIFA World Cup candidate’s program and was selected to referee at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Turkey. Allyson and Ben were rewarded by AFC for their efforts winning AFC Female Assistant Referee of the Year and AFC Male Referee of the Year respectively and we congratulate them both. 42

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In what has been a very good year for Capital Football’s elite referees, 2013 has seen the highest number of Capital Football officials selected to national competitions. Luke Withell was also the recipient of the National Officiating Scholarship by the Australian Sports Commission in 2013. In other national news, Ben Williams maintained his credentials as a Hyundai A-League referee; Allyson Flynn and Owen Goldrick maintained their assistant referee honours while Greg Taylor gained selection as an assistant referee for the first time. Allyson Flynn and Nia Southwell were reselected as assistant referees and Delfina Dimoski was a new addition to the assistant referee panel for Westfield W-League fixtures. In National Youth League, Sam Clark, Matthew Cropper, Sam Nixon, Adam Powers and Luke Withell were selected for appointments, while Georgia Ghirardello, Julian Nichols, James Nikolaidis and Sam Nixon were appointed to Futsal League and national championship fixtures. Congratulations and well done to all. I’d like to thank Capital Football for the privilege of being RDM and working with the RTC and RSAC as well as thank Greg Taylor for his support as Referee Administrator.

Allyson Flynn Referee Development Manager

Referee registration 2006- 2013 600

500 400 Male

300

Female Total

200 100

0 2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

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ANNUAL AWARDS—OCTOBER 2013 Referee’s Awards Dennis McDermott Award – Luke Withell Men's PL Grand Final Referee – Richard Naumoski Men's Referee of the Year – Richard Naumoski Women's Federation Cup – Delfina Dimoski Women's PL Grand Final – Delfina Dimoski Women's Referee of the Year – Delfina Dimoski Premier League Awards Julie Murray Medal (WPL Grand Final) – Olivia Moore (Monaro Panthers) Female Player of the Year – Caitlin Munoz (Belconnen United) Valeri Medal (MPL Grand Final) – Hristjan Tanoski (Canberra Olympic) Male Player of the Year – Robbie Cattanach (Cooma Tigers) Coaches of the Year Junior Coach of the Year – Richard Jalland (Weston-Molonglo FC) Men’s Premier League Coach of the Year – Dean Ugrinic (Woden Valley) Women’s Premier League Coach of the Year – Antoni Jagarinec (Belconnen United) Special Service Awards Capital Football Life Membership – David Dillon, Rachel Harrigan Hall of Fame – John Herd Club Champions Men’s Premier League – Belconnen United Women’s Premier League – Belconnen United State League – ANU FC Masters – ANU FC Junior League Roll of Honour Fair Play Award Division 1 – Majura FC Division2/3 – Yass FC Futsal League Awards Futsal Premier League Men’s Champions – Canberra City Prawns Futsal Premier League Women’s Champions – Woden Valley FC

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ANNUAL AWARDS—OCTOBER 2013 Women’s League Awards Top Goal Scorers Masters Over 35 – Dianne Stinziani (Weston-Molonglo FC) State League 4 – Naomi Pocock (Belwest Foxes) State League 3 – Georgia O’Connor (Belsouth) State League 2 – Brooke Hogell (ADFA FC) State League1 – Susanna Wicks (Belconnen United) Premier League under-19 – Mikayla Van Deyk (Belconnen United) Premier League Reserves – Brittany Smale (Belconnen United) Premier League – Ashleigh Palombi (Monaro Panthers) & Michelle Heyman (Belconnen United) Best and Fairest Premier League under-19 – Mikayla Van Deyk (Belconnen United) Premier League Reserves – Madelyn Whittall (Belconnen United) Men's League Awards Top Goal Scorers Masters over-43 – Carlos Cuevas (Canberra FC) Masters 3 – Rajesh Kumar (Gungahlin United) Masters 2 – Andrew McTaggart (Woden Valley) Masters 1 – Steve Lazzari (Weston-Molonglo FC) Division 10 – Matthew Watson (Belwest Foxes) Division 9 – Liam Baverstock (Belconnen United) Division 8 – Joshua Williams (Brindabella Blues) Division 7 – Thomas Elford (ANU FC) Division 6 – Jake Fraser (Tuggeranong United) Division 5 – Lee Pederick / Andrew Batstone (Belwest Foxes) Division 4 – Paul Mullens (ANU FC) Division 3 – Omar Muscat (Narrabundah) Division 2 – Danny Krajacic (ANU FC) Division 1 – Ken McDonald (Narrabundah) / Dejan Santrac (White Eagles) Premier League under-12 – Zachary Barbartano (Canberra City) Premier League under-14 – Oliver Corbitt (Canberra FC) Premier League under-16 – Brady Nixon (Belconnen United) Premier League under-18 – Thomas Zeitlhofer (Woden Valley) Premier League under-20 – Josip Jadric (Canberra FC) Premier League – Derek Oelmann (Woden Valley) Best and Fairest Premier League under-18 – Tomas Ruiz (Tuggeranong United) Premier League under-20 – Ciaran Rayment (Tuggeranong United)

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013 NOTE

Revenues

2

Employee benefits expense

2013 $

2012 $

3,904,565

3,635,064

(1,119,426)

(922,539)

Depreciation and amortisation expense/Write-offs

3

(153,914)

(141,954)

Operating lease expense

3

(18,145)

(17,818)

Insurance expense

(185,253)

(144,128)

Referee fees expense

(318,235)

(298,722)

Contract services expense

(272,092)

(369,394)

Ground hire expense

(261,404)

(291,185)

Accommodation and travel expense

(142,800)

(131,066)

Repairs and maintenance expense

(10,562)

(16,150)

(214,639)

(200,775)

Equipment purchases and hire expense

(90,783)

(70,752)

Accounting and audit fee expense

(15,864)

(16,339)

Advertising expense

(42,150)

(65,592)

(7,457)

(10,331)

(110,318)

(104,338)

Function and Meetings expense

(53,670)

(72,157)

Merchandise expense

(41,002)

(21,891)

Printing and photocopying expense

(32,079)

(26,615)

Trophies and prize money expense

(66,952)

(115,332)

(109,516)

(90,232)

National registration fee expense

Cleaning expense Competition expense

Uniform expenses Travel

(36,130)

-

Accommodation

(106,669)

(131,065)

Special Events

(17,332)

(5,268)

(397,712)

(243,874)

(3,824,104)

(2,425,206)

80,461

127,547

Other expenses from ordinary activities

Profit/(Loss) from operations Gain on revaluation property

-

Total comprehensive income attributable to members of the entity

80,461

43,815 171,362

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 OCTOBER 2013 NOTE

2013 $

2012 $

ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents

6

981,461

832,984

Trade and other receivables

7

329,478

196,439

Inventories

8

35,670

20,077

Other current assets

9

146,890

63,470

1,493,499

1,112,970

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS NON-CURRENT ASSETS Intangible assets

10

7,642

-

Property, plant and equipment

11

1,807,256

1,902,542

TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS

1,814,898

1,902,542

TOTAL ASSETS

3,308,397

3,015,512

LIABILITIES CURRENT LIABILITIES Trade and other payables

12

191,303

133,471

Provisions

13

88,261

79,153

Other current liabilities

14

421,133

299,632

700,697

512,256

25,675

1,692

25,675

1,692

726,372

513,948

2,582,025

2,501,564

2,483,026

2,402,565

98,999

98,999

2,582,025

2,501,564

TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES NON CURRENT LIABILITIES Provisions

13

TOTAL NON CURRENT LIABILITIES TOTAL LIABILITIES NET ASSETS EQUITY Retained earnings Asset Revaluation Reserve TOTAL EQUITY

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013 Retained Earnings $ Balance at 1 November 2011 Profit/(Loss) attributable to members Gain on revaluation property Balance at 31 October 2012 Profit/(Loss) attributable to members Balance at 31 October 2013

2,231,203 171,362 2,402,565 80,459 2,483,024

Asset Revaluation Reserve $ 55,184 43,815 98,999 98,999

Total $ 2,286,387 171,362 43,815 2,501,564 80,459 2,582,023

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 CASH FLOW STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013

2013 $

2012 $

3,957,281

3,900,706

275,895

93,562

16a

(4,018,129) 215,047

(3,905,778) 88,490

10

(66,570)

(52,045)

Net cash (used in) investing activities

(66,570)

(52,045)

Net increase/(decrease) in cash held

148,477

36,445

Cash at the beginning of the financial year

832,984

796,539

981,461

832,984

NOTE

CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Receipts in the course of operations Other Income Payments to suppliers and employees Net cash provided by operating activities CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Purchase of property, plant and equipment

Cash at the end of the financial year

6

The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013

1.

STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES This financial report is a general purpose financial report that has been prepared in accordance with Accounting Standards, Australian Accounting Interpretations and the Associations Incorporation Act (ACT) 1991. The financial report covers the ACT Football Federation Incorporated (“the Federation”) as an individual entity. The Federation is an association incorporated in the Australian Capital Territory under the Associations Incorporation Act (ACT) 1991. The following is a summary of the material accounting policies adopted by the Federation in the preparation of the financial report. The accounting policies have been consistently applied, unless otherwise stated. Basis of Preparation The accounting policies set out below have been consistently applied to all years presented. Reporting Basis and Conventions The financial report has been prepared on an accruals basis and is based on historical costs modified by the revaluation of selected non-current assets, financial assets and financial liabilities for which the fair value basis of accounting has been applied. Accounting Policies (a) Income Tax The Federation is exempt from income tax pursuant to Section 50-45 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. (b) Inventories Inventories consist of Football) equipment and promotional materials which are measured at the lower of cost and net realisable value. (c)

Cash and Cash Equivalents Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, deposits held at-call with banks, other short-term highly liquid investments with original maturities of three months or less, and bank overdrafts.

(d)

Property, Plant and Equipment Each class of property, plant and equipment are carried at cost or fair value less, where applicable, any accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Plant and equipment are measured on the cost basis less depreciation and impairment losses. The carrying amount of plant and equipment is reviewed annually by directors to ensure it is not in excess of the recoverable amount from those assets. The recoverable amount is assessed on the basis of the expected net cash flows that will be received from the assets employment and subsequent disposal. The expected net cash flows have been discounted to present values in determining recoverable amounts. Subsequent costs are included in the asset’s carrying amount or recognised as a separate asset, as appropriate, only when it is probable that future economic benefits associated with the item will flow to the association and the cost of the item can be measured reliably. All other repairs and maintenance are charged to the income statement during the financial period in which they are incurred.

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STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONT) (d) Property, Plant and Equipment (Cont) Depreciation The depreciable amount of all fixed assets is depreciated on a straight line basis over the useful lives of the assets to the Federation commencing from the time the asset is held ready for use. The depreciation rates used for each class of depreciable asset are CLASS OF FIXED ASSET

DEPRECIATION RATE

Office equipment

20-33%

Equipment and fittings

20-33%

Property

1%

Motor vehicles

20%

Hawker Field Base & Surrounds

2.5%

Hawker Field Surface & Playing Equipment

14.3%

Hawker Field Lighting

4%

(e)

Leases Lease payments for operating leases, where substantially all the risks and benefits remain with the lessor, are charged as expenses in the periods in which they are incurred.

(f)

Financial Instruments Recognition Financial instruments are initially measured at fair value on trade date, which includes transaction costs, when the related contractual rights or obligations exist. Subsequent to initial recognition these instruments are measure as set out below. Loans and Receivables Loans and receivables are non-derivative financial assets with fixed or determinable payments that are not quoted in an active market and are subsequently measured at amortised cost using the effective interest rate method. Trade receivables are generally due on 30 day terms. A provision for impairment is recognised where there is evidence that an individual trade receivable is impaired. Financial liabilities Non-derivative financial liabilities are recognised at amortised cost, comprising original debt less principal payments and amortisation. Trade payables are generally due on 30 day terms.

(g)

Employee Benefits Provision is made for the Federation’s liability for employee benefits arising from services rendered by employees to balance date. Employee benefits that are expected to be settled within one year have been measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the liability is settled, plus related on-costs. Employee benefits payable later than one year have been measured at the present value of the estimated future cash outflows to be made for those benefits. Contributions are made by the Federation to a defined contribution employee superannuation fund and are charged as expenses when incurred.

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Revenue Revenue from the sale of goods is recognised upon the delivery of goods to customers. Interest revenue is recognised on a proportional basis taking into account the interest rates applicable to the financial assets. Grants are recognised at fair value where there is reasonable assurance that the grant will be received and all conditions will be met. Grants relating to expense items are recognised as income over the periods necessary to match the grant to the costs they are compensating. :

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1.

STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONT) (h)

Revenue (Cont) Revenue from the provision of membership subscriptions is recognised on a straight line basis over the financial year. All revenue is stated net of the amount of goods and services tax (GST).

(i)

Goods and Services Tax (GST) Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of the amount of GST, except where the amount of GST incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Tax Office. In these circumstances the GST is recognised as part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of an item of the expense. Receivables and payables in the balance sheet are shown inclusive of GST. Cash flows are presented in the cash flow statement on a gross basis, except for the GST component of investing and financing activities, which are disclosed as operating cash flows.

(j)

Comparative Figures When required by Accounting Standards, comparative figures have been adjusted to conform to changes in presentation for the current financial year.

(k)

Critical Accounting Estimates and Judgments The Directors evaluate estimates and judgments incorporated into the financial report based on historical knowledge and best available current information. Estimates assume a reasonable expectation of future events and are based on current trends and economic data, obtained both externally and within the Federation. Key Estimates — Impairment The Federation assesses impairment at each reporting date by evaluating conditions specific to the entity that may lead to impairment of assets. Where an impairment trigger exists, the recoverable amount of the asset is determined. Value-in-use calculations performed in assessing recoverable amounts incorporate a number of key estimates. Key Judgements — Provision for doubtful debts The Federation believes that $12,417 of the full amount of all debt is not recoverable; therefore the Federation made a provision for doubtful debts of receivables as at 31 October 2013 equivalent to this amount.

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013 1.

STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONT) (l)

Change in Accounting Policy The following Australian Accounting Standards issued or amended which are applicable to the Federation but are not yet effective and have not been adopted in preparation of the financial statements at reporting date.

Reference

AASB 9

Financial Instruments

2009-11

Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from AASB 9

2010-7

Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards arising from AASB 9 (December 2010)

AASB 119

2011-4

2011-9

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Title

Employee Benefits

Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards to Remove Individual Key Management Personnel Disclosure Requirements Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards – Presentation of Items of Other Comprehensive Income

Application date (financial years beginning)

Expected Impact

1 January 2013

Minimal

1 January 2013

Minimal

1 January 2013

Minimal

1 January 2013

Minimal

This Standard makes amendments to Australian Accounting Standard AASB 124 Related Party Disclosures.

1 July 2013

Disclosure only

Amends AASB 1, 5, 7, 101, 112, 120, 121, 132, 133, 134, 1039 & 1049 as a consequence of the issuance of AASB 101 Presentation of Items of Other Comprehensive Income.

1 July 2012

Minimal

Summary Replaces the requirements of AASB 139 for the classification and measurement of financial assets. This is the result of the first part of Phase 1 of the IASB’s project to replace IAS 39. Amends AASB 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 101, 102, 108, 112, 118, 121, 127, 128, 131, 132, 136, 139, 1023 and 1038 and Interpretations 10 and 12 as a result of the issuance of AASB 9. Amends AASB 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 101, 102, 108, 112, 118, 120, 121, 127, 128, 131, 132, 136, 137, 139, 1023 & 1038 and Interpretations 2, 5, 10, 12, 19 & 127 for amendments to AASB 9 in December 2010 Prescribes the accounting and disclosure for employee benefits. This Standard prescribes the recognition criteria when in exchange for employee benefits.

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013 2012 $ 2.

2011 $

REVENUE Operating activities: - Subscription revenue - Grants received and receivable

3,557,051

3,399,128

326,650

210,544

3,883,701

3,609,672

20,864

25,392

3,904,565

3,635,064

153,914

141,954

18,145

17,818

6,835

-

3,500

-

10,300

9,923

13,800

9,923

Non-operating activities: - Interest received and receivable Total revenue 3.

PROFIT (a) Expenses Depreciation, Disposals and Write-offs Rental expense on operating lease - minimum lease repayments Write off of bad debts

4.

AUDITORS’ RENUMERATION Remuneration of the auditor for: Accounting adjustments Auditing the financial report

5.

KEY MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL COMPENSATION Short Term Employee Benefits $

Post Employment Benefits $

Long Term Employee Benefits $

Total $

2013 Total compensation

121,990

9,336

2,180

133,506

2012 Total compensation

110,354

8,695

2,815

121,864

2013 $ 6.

CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS Cash on hand Cash at bank

2012 $ 873

3,811

980,588

829,173

981,461

832,984

981,461

832,984

Reconciliation of cash Cash at the end of the financial year as shown in the statement of cash flows is reconciled to items in the balance sheet as follows: Cash and cash equivalents

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013

2013 $ 7.

2012 $

TRADE AND OTHER RECEIVABLES CURRENT

(a)

Trade debtors

302,061

204,689

Provision for doubtful debts

(12,417)

(8,250)

314,478

196,439

Analysis of Allowance for Doubtful Debts Provision for Doubtful Debts Opening balance as at 1 November 2012

(8,250)

Movement in provision

(4,167)

At 31 October 2013

(12,417)

2013 $ 8.

2012 $

INVENTORIES CURRENT Football equipment and promotional materials

9.

35,670

20,077

35,670

20,077

Prepayments

42,336

31,895

Accrued Revenue

65,353

31,575

FBT Receivable

30,495

-

GST Receivable

8,706

OTHER ASSETS CURRENT

10.

146,890

63,470

9,073

-

(1,431)

-

7,642

-

INTANGIBLE ASSETS Software at cost Accumulated amortisation

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11.

Office equipment - at cost

2013 $ 64,486

2012 $ 55,177

Accumulated depreciation

(39,436)

(26,512)

25,050

28,665

100,260 (46,676)

52,375 (40,948)

53,584

11,427

300,000 (6,000)

300,000 (403)

294,000

299,597

PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT (CONT)

Equipment and fittings - at cost Accumulated depreciation

Property - at independent valuation 2012 Accumulated depreciation

1,941,264

Hawker Oval Redevelopment Accumulated depreciation

Motor vehicles - at cost Accumulated depreciation Total Property Plant and Equipment

(519,329)

1,941,264 (397,015)

1,421,935

1,544,249

38,214 (25,528)

54,447 (35,843)

12,687

18,604

1,807,256

1,902,542

Movement in the carrying amounts for each class of property, plant and equipment between the beginning and the end of the current financial year. Hawker Oval Motor Office Equipment ReTotal Property Vehicle Equipment & Fittings development $ $ $ $ $ $ Balance at the beginning of year

28,665

11,427

300,000

1,544,248

18,605

1,902,945

9,294

48,202

-

-

-

57,496

Revaluations

-

-

-

-

-

-

Disposals/Write-offs

-

-

-

-

(16,232)

(16,232)

Depreciation Adjustments

-

-

-

-

16,232

16,232

(12,909)

(6,045)

(6,000)

(122,313)

(5,918)

(153,185)

25,050

53,584

294,000

1,421,935

12,687

1,807,256

Additions

Depreciation expense Carrying amount at the end of year

Revaluation The building was revalued upwards to $300,000 as at 12 September 2012. The valuation amount was based on current market value. The independent valuation was carried out by CBRE Australia. 2013 $ 12.

2012 $

TRADE AND OTHER PAYABLES CURRENT Trade creditors

66,116

45,937

Other Accruals

125,187

87,534

191,303

133,471

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013 2013 $ 13.

2012 $

PROVISIONS CURRENT Employee benefits – Long Service Leave Employee benefits – Annual Leave

2,850

28,134

85,411

51,019

88,261

79,153

25,675

1,692

25,675

1,692

NON CURRENT Employee benefits- Long Service Leave

Provision for Employee Benefits A provision has been recognised for employee benefits relating to long service leave for employees. In calculating the present value of future cash flows in respect of long service leave, the probability of long service leave being taken is based on historical data. The measurement and recognition criteria for employee benefits have been included in note 1. 14.

OTHER LIABILITIES CURRENT Income received in advance

15.

421,133

299,632

421,133

299,632

LEASING COMMITMENTS Operating Lease Commitments Being for rent of Hawker Football Centre, Unit 2, 3 Phipps Close Deakin ACT and Photocopier/Fax/Printer Payable: – not later than one year 6,500 6,500 – later than 1 year but not later than 5 years 13,166 18,666 – later than 5 years

-

1,000

19,666

26,166

The Hawker Football Centre lease is a non-cancellable lease with a ten-year term, with rent payable yearly in advance. The photocopier/fax/printer lease is a non-cancellable lease with a five-year term, with rent payable monthly in advance. 16.

RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS The Directors of the Federation who served during the year were: Peter Maybury James Selby Mark O’Neill Fran Sankey Kate Inman Ivan Slavich Eddie Senatore Kim Chapman Fethon Ileris

(Elected 26/3/09 - 28/3/13; Chair 13/08/12 to 28/3/13) (Elected 24/3/11- 3/15; appointed Chair 8/4/13; resigned 3/6/13) (Elected 28/3/13 for three years; appointed Chair 3/6/13) (Elected 28/3/13 for one year; appointed Deputy Chair 3/6/13) (Elected 28/3/13 for three year term) (Appointed to casual vacancy 13/09/12; Elected 28/3/13 for one year) (Elected 24/3/11 – 3/15) (Elected 26/3/09 – 28/3/13) (Elected 26/3/09 – 28/3/13)

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013 2013 $ 17.

CASH FLOW INFORMATION

(a)

Reconciliation of Cash Flow from Operations with Profit from Ordinary Activities after Income Tax Profit after income tax

2012 $

80,461

171,362

153,914

141,954

Cash flows excluded from profit attributable to operating activities Non-cash flows in profit Depreciation Changes in assets and liabilities Decrease / (Increase) in trade and term debtors

(133,039)

(45,276)

Decrease / (Increase) in inventories

(15,593)

(4,916)

Decrease / (Increase) in other assets

(83,420)

92,155

(Decrease) / Increase in trade and other payables

58,111

(160,704)

(Decrease) / Increase in employee benefits

33,112

(21,201)

121,501

(84,884)

215,047

88,490

(Decrease) / Increase in other liabilities Net cash provided by operating activities (b) (c)

An overdraft facility of $59,000 was available to the Federation at reporting date, and of this nil is being used currently. There is a registered mortgage over Unit 1, the Australian Football Federation House Phipps Close Deakin ACT is held by the bank. There were no non-cash financing or investing activities during the period.

18.

FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS

(a)

Financial Risk Management The Federation’s financial instruments consist mainly of deposits with banks, accounts receivable and payable. The Federation does not have any derivative instruments at 31 October 2013. Financial Risks The main risks the Federation is exposed to through its financial instruments are liquidity risk and credit risk. Liquidity risk The Federation manages liquidity risk by monitoring forecast cash flows and ensuring that adequate unutilised borrowing facilities are maintained. Credit risk The maximum exposure to credit risk, excluding the value of any collateral or other security, at balance sheet date to recognised financial assets, is the carrying amount, net of any provisions for impairment of those assets, as disclosed in the balance sheet and notes to the financial statements.

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ACT FOOTBALL FEDERATION INCORPORATED ABN 16 413 452 268 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 OCTOBER 2013 18.

FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS (CONT)

(b)

Financial Instruments Composition and Maturity Analysis The table below reflects the undiscounted contractual settlement terms for financial instruments of a fixed period of maturity, as well as management’s expectations of the settlement period for all other financial instruments. As such, the amounts may not reconcile to the balance sheet.

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Capital Football Project Outcome 2012-13

Revenue

Expenditure

Surplus/Deficit

Budget

156,558

168,451

(11,893)

(16,000)

63,247

75,795

(12,548)

(16,000)

Administration

171,900

566,767

(394,867)

(405,600)

Canberra United

374,161

303,381

70,780

900

Futsal

356,827

286,550

70,277

136,290

Game Development

124,753

197,362

(72,609)

(58,800)

61,719

158,293

(96,574)

(4,500)

258,712

375,007

(116,295)

(42,600)

70,441

62,015

8,426

303

Junior League

558,436

336,053

222,383

328,322

Kanga Cup

361,599

295,082

66,517

56,633

95,559

103,260

(7,701)

(1,250)

274,250

258,122

16,128

43,150

ACTAS Mens ACAS Womens

Hawker Football Centre High Performance Football High Performance Futsal

Futsal Nationals Premier League Facilities Infrastructure Levy

81,785

81,785

Referees

65,457

163,801

(98,344)

(108,700)

Youth United

27,903

27,903

-

-

State League

692,002

294,898

397,104

378,780

Technical Department

109,247

151,355

(42,108)

(46,524)

3,904,556

3,824,095

80,461

244,404

Notes: Administration includes Gala Presentation Night & NIKE Canberra United includes CU14 to the 31st October

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