The executive committee has recently met to discuss player
numbers and recommend a ‘cap’ for teams in each age group.
The following table has been developed, and is the approach we
will take for this season and beyond. This decision was made by the Executive
Committee based on historical playing numbers, player retention, equality and
the promotion of playing football.
Note this is the recommended approach, and will be assessed
by the Executive Committee on a case by case basis if/when required.
Players allowed per game
Recommended max squad size
Yr 7, 8 and 9
20 (15 playing, 5 on the bench)
Yr 10 and yr 11/12
25 (18 playing, 7 on the bench)
A similar table will be developed for the girls teams in due
Of particular importance to Hills Rangers is the new advice relating to team formation – you can find these guidelines on pages 28-33.
Pending the number of registrations, Hills Rangers will be adopting these guidelines to determine team formation of our yr 7 boys intake this season if we need to set up 2 or more teams.
As one of the fundamental elements of the Hills Rangers Football Club is to nominate teams of equal strength, having these guidelines in place makes the team formation process very clear in scenarios where we have two or more teams in a single age group.
The club doesn’t expect to undertake this process every year for age groups with 2 or more teams. We plan to make the assessment in the initial year of registration, then review after 2 seasons. As an example, the allocation of players in the yr 7 boys teams of 2019 will remain as is for the 2020 season – pending numbers of returning and new players.
New players in age groups where 2 or more teams already exist will be placed into teams based on the balance of the team and the fit of new players with existing players.
The Hills Rangers Football Club have partnered with the Shire of Mundaring, the WA Football Commission (WAFC) and Swan Districts FC to host a Festival of Female Football at Mundaring Oval.
This FREEevent supported by the Shire of Mundaring will host both junior and senior women for skills development and modified games. It’s perfect for anyone that wants to come and give football a go. Groups will be broken into various age categories.
Date: Friday 9 March 2018
4:30pm – 6.00pm – Junior and Youth
Ages: Year 3-6; Year 7-9; Year 10-12
1 hour clinic supported by Swan Districts Football Club with games to follow clinic (modified rules) – 10 minute halves.
6.00pm – 7:30pm – Senior Women 18 +
Skills stations with games to follow the clinic (modified rules) – 10 minute halves.
This is a FREEevent which includes a sausage sizzle, bouncy castles, AFL inflatables, music and much more so bring the whole family along.
The Hills Rangers are looking for a volunteer to take on the role of Registrar in 2018 .
To assist with our succession planning, we are asking for expressions of interest from our current member group. The ideal person will have a handover and assist with the Round Robin in 2017 (commencing end of July/Aug for approximately 4 hours work to assist with registrations from junior clubs). This will assist with stepping into the role fully in 2018. Download the job description below for more information.