We have now been allocated some pitches for pre-season training - Sunday afternoon and Wednesday evening currently.
Please click here to see the booking schedule.
If you would like to make a booking please contact Garry Riggs email@example.com or 0411 558 815
As teams are finalised coaches and managers can request a weeknight training slot. Click here to see the booking schedule.
To book a day and time please contact Garry Riggs firstname.lastname@example.org or 0411 558 815.
For problems with the lights at Abbott Rd during the soccer season please contact Geoff Mooney 0400 784 219
Youth Club Hall
The Youth Club Hall at Abbott Rd is available to Curl Curl Youth Club teams on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 5pm - 7pm during term time starting in late April 2017.
All bookings should be made through Sue Lawson at email@example.com or 0413 339 334
Please DO NOT TRAIN IN THE GOAL MOUTH. The pitches deteriorate rapidly, especially after wet weather, so it is important to use them appropriately. Click on this link for more information - Save our surfaces
Some clarification of Wet Weather Procedures:
1. Our grounds are known as John Fisher
Park - Abbott Rd 3,4 and 5 and Adam St. Abbott Rd 3 includes all the
mini-fields (U7 - U11) at the Community Hall end of the grounds.
2. Council may close the grounds at
anytime Monday to Friday. This information will be on their website http://www.warringah.nsw.gov.au/play/john-fisher-park . If
council has closed them we cannot train or play on them.
3. If they are closed at 4pm on
Friday then they are closed for the weekend and we are not able to re-open
4. Weekend games are our priority, so
very occasionally during the week our groundsman will feel that the grounds
should be shut for training even though council has opened them. In this
case our website will say shut even though the council says they are open.
Whenever possible your age coordinator
will contact your manager if this is the case to inform you that training is
5. The MWFA draw is the best source of
information for match details. It is regularly updated. The
competition secretary attempts to pass on all information in a timely manner
but checking the draw regularly is a good idea, especially when it is wet. www.mwfa.com.au/competitions
Very occasionally the MWFA will move games from pitches which are shut
to pitches which are open. If a game is
going to be moved it is done by close of business on the Friday and the MWFA website
is updated promptly.
If a game is not going to be moved and is cancelled it will disappear
from the draw on the website. Check after close of business Friday.
8. The club sends out texts on
Saturdays if the games were meant to be on but overnight rain means that the
grounds are now shut. We get staged closures which are passed on by SMS to
team managers as they are received (as noted below).
9. A club groundsman will go out to the
fields from 7.30am on Saturday morning to assess them. Clubs can close
grounds if they feel it is necessary. This information is given to MWFA who
then sends it out to all club competition secretary’s who then forward it to
all the team managers. There are 17 clubs in 3 different council areas so
information flow takes time and this is why you only gradually receive the
information on Saturday mornings. The MWFA is looking at an App to
streamline the process but this is not yet in place.
10. Always assume that your game
is ON unless you hear otherwise from your manager.