Kariong United Football Club - Grading Policy

Kariong United FC have put out a formal grading policy. 

Please familiarise yourself with this if your child is grading this year as it will help you understand the process.

The Policy can be found in the Club "Library"


Click Here to view the attachment.

            Updated Mon Jan 7 21:12:03 2019 AEDT

Protest Procedure:

If a Team would like to protest a match result, player eligibility or any other incident which is related to the match, the team Coach or Manager should email the Club Secretary ( )and provide any supporting evidence within 48 hours of the match. The protest / complaint will be reviewed and passed on to CCF.

CCF will then assess the protest / complaint and act or convene a Protest and Disputes Panel for further action.

Examples of protests are disputed match results, eligibility of players, outcomes as a result of abandonment, poor player, coach or spectator behaviour which has not been dealt with by the Match Officials (Referee/Assitants).

Please note this is different to Disciplinary Tribunals and Judiciary as they are to do with player or club behaviour reported by the Match Officials.

            Updated Sun Jul 9 08:22:06 2017 AEDT

Cougars Honours List


Honour list of past and present Kariong players who have been selected in elite academies or representative teams;


Lucy Metcalf

Rochelle Davis

Emily Young

Emily Smith

Emma Bailey

Matilda Eder

Emily Trengrove

Nicholas Trengrove

Tion Gerasimou

Shane Littlehales

Luke Carnevale

Jay Joskowski

Brendan Saul

Matt Graham

Josh Parkinson

Ben Flakus

Nathan Coleman

Anthony Walton 

Adam Duff


Toby Richards

Harry Wills

Luke Alexander

Kayla Alexander

Jordan Vilensky

James Draper

Rory Mcbride

Brittni Nicol

Nathan Kelett

Kieran Davis

Chris Lennon

Timothy Hopkins

Rhys Owen

Tora Nakajo

Elijah Ross

Alex Cochrane-Smith

Bella Carroll

Jaylen Johnston

Flynn Richards

Ebony Smith

Please if any player has not been mentioned please contact Mark Owen

            Updated Sat Feb 4 08:11:36 2017 AEDT

Whatever you do...just don't smoke!!!!



 Please be aware that NSW Health - Tobacco Compliance Officers will now be issuing fines to people found smoking at sporting events.

 Smoking has been banned at sport venues in spectator areas since 7 January 2013 under the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000.

Club members and spectators are still saying that they are not aware of the new regulation and have not been advised by their club.

Unfortunately this excuse will not prevent the individual from receiving a fine but there is a need for clubs to reinforce the awareness of this new regulation.

The fine for smoking at a sporting event is $550 to the individual smoker.

            Updated Thu Jan 7 14:07:20 2016 AEDT

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