Audi Sutherland

Wet Weather Guide




  • The fields will have been closed either by the Council or by KKFC to protect the grounds from damage.
  • Ring Council’s wet weather number 97100105 from 12 noon on the day of your training.

If the grounds are closed, players are not covered by insurance if you continue to train.





  • Turn up ready to go at 7a.m. keep your troops on standby. There you will be first people notified by our Wet Weather Man of any changes.


  • Managers will receive a text message, if the games are off (usually by 7.45am).
  • Sometimes games are transferred to different fields, in which case, the Manager will be advised by phone.
  • Information will also be posted on the Club website. Managers can advise players to check website as well.
  • Managers should advise all players if training or games and off.



  • Please check the Kirrawee Website www.kirraweekangaroos.com.au for information or phone your Coach or Manager NOT THE CLUBHOUSE OR COMMITTEE MEMBERS.
  • Remember the ground has to be soaked for the games to be called off. Soccer is a winter sport and, yes, you do play in the rain. So if it sprinkling, then pack your umbrellas, it's most probably on.
  • Sometimes only some games are called off or relocated. In this case the Manager will be contacted directly as soon as we are told. Sometimes this may occur as late as 8am.



Sutherland Shire Football Referees Assoc (SSFRA) have provided the following guidelines regarding the wearing of compression garments.:
  • The SSFRA will accept players wearing Compression garments that are the ‘same group of a basic colour’ rather than a specific colour match.
  • The SSFRA will not accept black or white garments if they are different to the basic colour.
  • The SSFRA will accept full length garments. That is players are not restricted to knee length shorts.
  • The SSFRA will accept different colours of garments within the team if they conform with the previous requirements. 
  • The SSFRA will insist that all non compliant garments must not be visible during play. The offending player will be asked to leave the field of play as per Law 4.

2009 SSFA Policy - Grading (U6-U10) & Rooball


Sutherland Shire Football Association has just released new policies for:


Read more: SSFA Grading Policy

Small Sided Games

In 2008, FFA in conjunction with Member Federations, Zones Associations and Clubs will be rolling out Small-Sided Games (SSG).

In the Sutherland Shire this rollout will be staged commencing with the Under 6 to Under 9 age groups in 2008 and moving through the ages in 2009 and beyond.

To find out more about SSG visit the Football Federation Australia web site.

You can also find more about SSG in NSW by visiting the Football NSW web site.

Some of the Main changes are:

Small Sided Games is about learning, self-experiencing, having a lot of touches on the ball and above all, children having fun everytime they step on the playing field.

Playing Format

Under 6

Under 7 & 8

Under 9 & 10

Under 11 &12


4 v 4

5 v 5

7 v 7

9 v 9

Field Size

30m x 20m

30m x 20m

40m x 30m

60m x 40m

Field Markings

Markers or painted line

Penalty Area



8m length x 16m width

8m length x 16m width

Goal Size

Min: 1.80m x 0.90m
Max: 2.00m x 1.00m

Min: 4.80m x 1.60m
Max: 5.00m x 2.00m

Goal Type

Markers, Poles, Goals

Ball Size

Size 3

Size 4





Playing Time

2 x 15 minutes

2 x 20 minutes

2 x 25 minutes

2 x 30 minutes

Half Time Break

5 minutes

7.5 minutes


Game Leader

Instructing Referee




Ball in and Out of Play
- Side Line
- Back Line

Kick from behind sideline
Goal Kick from Back line/Corner kick

Throw in
Goal Kick from within Penalty Box/Corner Kick
Offside No Off side


Sutherland Shire Football Venues

Printable Copy - pdfGrounds.pdf

Ground Location Phone No.
Anzac Oval Anzac Ave, Engadine 9520-2386
Austin Street Austin St, Illawong  
Billa Road Billa Rd, Bangor 9543-8432
Box Road Box Rd, Sylvania Heights 9522-4087
Buckle Reserve Barnes Cres (off Hall Dr) Menai 9543-2587
Bundeena Bundeena Dr, Bundeena (opposite Fire Station) 0418 273 514
Canberra Road Canberra Rd, Sylvania 9522-0347
Caringbah Oval off Willarong Rd, Caringbah 9542-7216
Casuarina Casuarina Rd, Alfords Point 018 298 746
Coachwood Coachwood Cr, Alfords Point  
Dobell Road Dobell Rd, Engadine 9520-6956
Forest Road Forest Rd, Kirrawee 9521-1233
Grays Point Angle Rd, Grays Point 9524-5729
Gymea Bay corner Avenel & Gymea Bay Rd, Gymea 9525-1516
Heathcote Wilson Pde, Heathcote 9520-3918
Jannali Oval Sutherland Rd, Jannali 9528-3519
Kareela Princes Hwy, Kirrawee 9521-8780
Kingswood Road Kingswood Rd, Engadine 9548-1159
Lakewood City Coolidge Cres, Bonnet Bay 9528-2838
Lilli Pilli Port Hacking Rd South, Lilli Pilli 9526-1958
Loftus Princes Hwy, Loftus 9521-8528
North Caringbah Dianella St, Carringbah 9524-4914
Oyster Bay Oyster Bay Rd, Oyster Bay 9528-4949
Preston Park Engadine Ave, Engadine 9520-5610
Seymour Shaw The Boulevarde, Miranda 9524-3907
Solander Captain Cook Dr, Woolooware 9523-9447
Sutherland The Grand Pde, Sutherland 9521-1681
The Ridge Recreation Dr, Barden Ridge 0409 715 241
Waratah Park Rawson Rd, Sutherland 9521-6694
Woolooware Oval corner Kingsway & Woolooware Rd, Woolooware 9523-8172
Woronora Heights Willaroo Ave, Woranora Heights 9545-5576
Harrie Denning Soccer Centre Bates Dr, Kareela 9542-3577


Kirrawee Kangaroos Junior Soccer Club Inc. Grading Policy



This grading policy is designed to ensure that grading of Kirrawee teams is undertaken in a consistent manner, and that the players, coaches & parents have an expectation of the outcome of grading.

A grading committee will be nominated by the club committee, which will be charged with the duty of carrying out gradings.

Every player has the right to appeal a grading decision. The appeal will be heard by the grading committee.

The Club Committee will apply the policy fairly. Decisions of the committee will be final and will take into account all influencing factors.

Grading of Players

Roo Ball Teams. (U6-U11; non-competition)

Rooball players will not be graded on ability, but will instead be graded generally on a social basis. The predominant condition will be that of who they are friends with, or which area they come from, or which school they attend. The reason for this is twofold. Firstly the children and their parents generally want the child to play with their friends, particularly new school friends. Secondly, grading is not undertaken on an ability basis in order to get an even spread of greater and lesser talented players in each team, so that those of greater ability encourage those of lesser ability, improving the skill level of both the lesser and greater ability player.

Where all lesser ability players are grouped into 1 team, these teams tend to flounder, and the players are more likely to leave the sport.

Junior Teams. (U12-21, Boys and Girls; competition)

Teams from under 9 play competition soccer, and as such will be graded on ability. Grading will generally be undertaken over 2 grading nights, with a combination of skills sessions and mock games.

Grading of each age group will be carried out by a person nominated by the club committee. Whilst the grading officer may consult with the coaches of the age group being graded, the grading officer will not be a coach of any team in that age group.

Senior Teams. (Male and Female All age, O35 & O45)

All age and over 35 teams generally comprise groups of friends, and as such are generally not subject to grading.

Where the club has sufficient registrations for more than 1 team nominated in the PL1-3 categories, and the make up of those teams is not apparent through friendships, the Club Committee may direct that the players be graded into teams. Where the club committee directs this, the gradings will be undertaken as described under Junior teams above.

Grading of Teams

Team gradings will be undertaken by the Club Committee, in consultation with the team coach. Factors considered will include:-

    • The coach.s requested grading


  • The team.s ability and skill level

  • The team.s competition results from the previous year

  • The ability, skill level, and previous years grading of new players

  • The ability and skill level of any players lost from the team from the previous season.

  • The ability of the team to borrow from or be borrowed from other teams in the club, in line with the Associations rules on borrowing of players.








Downloadable Version :- pdfClubPolicy.pdf

Read more: Club Policy

New Ban on Smoking in Spectator Areas of Sports Grounds or other Recreational Areas during Organised Sport Events

The NSW government has introduced a new ban on smoking in spectator areas of sports grounds or other recreational areas while organised sporting events are being held.
This ban came into effect on 7 January 2013.
 Fines of up to $550 apply for breaches.
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Important Contacts


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