Kick-off21 Mar 2021, 10:00am on pitch W1
RefereeQbn United
Match sheet generated27 Oct 2021, 2:24am
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This match sheet should be printed ahead of the match to ensure that only registered players participate and to facilitate accurate recording of the names of scorers.

MAdam Cockburn
MCallum Cornish
FEstelle Fraser
Fhayley Fisher
FHeidi Kambouris
FHolly Cockburn
MJacob Mimilidis
MJesse Piiroinen
MJoshua Williams
F(CAPTAIN) Sara Abdi
FTarlaruh Hyatt
MTroy Clark
Aidan MockM
Alvaro AmorimM
Ellen FrenchF
Evan ReadM
Hollie LancasterF
Jessica AtkinsF
Joe PantadM1
Kacper KardasM
Kara IzzardF
Mark LangM
Michael WilsonM1
Michelle HazellF
Nicolle ErasmusF
Patrick LaiM
Sarah DrewF
Terence LaiM
Tim Workman (CAPTAIN)M
Veronica O'ConnellF1
Please note that goals scored by eligible 'ring-in' players from other teams count towards the score but are not added to the player's goal tally and will not appear on this match card.

Rule cheat sheet

  • Record scores, scorers (first name and surname) and incidents) and incidents and submit by logging in to My Sunday Soccer by midday on Monday.
  • Social soccer = no slide tackles, no tackles from behind, no pushing, no barging, no raised arms, no holding players off with arms, no intimidation, no dissent (to referee or players), no complaining, no worries
  • Match duration is 2 x 25-minutes (5-minute half-time)
  • Format is 7-a-side with maximum of 4 male players playing at any time
  • The home team (first listed) kicks-off
  • A team must comprise of at least 5 of their registered players for a result to stand (friendly can still be played)
  • Teams can use up to 2 ring-ins from other Sunday Soccer League teams to make up numbers
  • If conduct is inappropriate, the referee should (1) warn the player, (2) sin-bin the player for 5-minutes
  • If conduct merits it, a player should be sent off by the referee
  • There is no off-side or back-pass rule
  • For penalty kicks if the keeper is female, the penalty must be taken by another female player

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