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SFUA Appoints 2018 Executive Committee

The Sunraysia Football Umpires Association is pleased to announce the appointment of our Exectuive and Social Committees for the forthcoming 2018 SFNL Season.

Right now is an exciting time to be a part of the SFUA as we move into a new stage of development and increase our community presence along with our performances on field. Umpiring is a wonderful opportunity to stay fit, contribute to our wonderful game AFL and be a part of our local Sunraysia community!

We look forward to a solid preseason with members young and old, new and returning and cannot wait to don the fluro green for another exciting season of SFNL Football. 

Congratulations to our Executive Committee:

President: Colin Robson

Vice President: Adam Henschke

Secretary: Amanda Glossop

Assistant Secretary: Erin Williams

Treasurer: Gary Green

Paymaster: Hayley Breewel

General Members: William O'Connor, Philip Opie, Brendan Payne, and Jason Veit


Congratulations to our Social Committee:

Hayley Breewel, Michael Breewel, Colin Robson, Jamie Rogers, Jason Veit and Erin Williams.

Be sure to stay tuned to our Facebook and website for forthcoming social events in the New Year!





Child Safe

The Sunraysia Football Umpires Association Inc. is a Child Safe Organisation.


 Erin Williams is the designated SFUA Child Safe Officer.

Any member seeking advice or information in relation to Child Safe matters should speak with Erin in the first instance.

Child Safe policies and a Code of Conduct will be available on our website soon.

Members are reminded of the need to ensure the safety of our junior (under 18) members and encourage our juniors to seek assistance when needed.

All members over 18 years of age must hold a current Working With Children Check.

The WWC card must be sighted by the secretary. failure to hold a WWC will result in expulsion from the association.


Senior members (those over 18 years of age or those who will turn 18 this year) will be affected by new state government legislation which confirms and extends the current SFUA Policy regarding Working with Children checks.

All members over 18 must obtain a working with Children Check prior to seeking to register as a member of the SFUA.

Your current or new WWC card must be physically sighted (and registered on SFUA records) before I can accept your membership application form.

Current or new members over 18 who need to obtain a WWC card should go to this link and follow the instructions -

SFUA members should apply for a "Volunteer" card which is currently free of charge (except for the photograph at the post office if required.