Local Referees Selected for FFA Talent Pool

May 28th, 2015

Macquarie Football Referees, Rebecca Davies and Stephen Laurie, along with Newcastle Football Referee Cameron Burns, have been selected for the FFA National Talent Pool in recognition of their considerable talent and promising futures.

David, Laurie and Burns are great role models for the young referees within the Macquarie Football and Newcastle Football Referees Associations, and their success demonstrates what can be achieved when natural talent is accompanied by hard work, dedication and a thirst for knowing and applying the laws of the game.

Northern NSW Football and Macquarie Football Referees would like to congratulate to each of the referees on this achievement in their refereeing career and wish them the best for the future.

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