NNSWF Clubs Embrace Referees Recognition Weekend

June 29th, 2015

Clubs across the region celebrated the contribution referees make each and every weekend as part of the 2015 Referees Recognition Weekend.

An event incorporating ‘Thanks Ref’ initiatives and ‘Silent Saturday’, the weekend is held annually with the aim to publicly recognise, show appreciation and say thank you to referees and match officials.

Northern NSW Football would like to thank all Member Zones and Clubs for embracing the initiative.

Thanks Ref

RAAF All Age Women showed their appreciation to match officials by penning personal notes of thanks on certificates and providing chocolates as an added thank you. RAAF’s Zone Football League 3 squad also supplied chocolates to their Match Officials.

If you’d like to let us know how your club and/or team said thank you to your match officials across the weekend, please email rhicks@northernnswfootball.com.au.

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