• Draft Football in Griffith Plan

    Hi All,

    For many years Griffith Football has revolved in a continuous cycle of ups and downs on both a domestic and representative construct within the game.

    More apparent now than in more recent time exists an opportunity for the footballing community to embrace change in the structures of the code to provide a sustainable platform for domestic football for years to come. With change comes pain, but also with change an avenue for development and opportunity can be created.

    Successful change can only be beneficial if all participants come together to head towards a common goal on a platform that is received and implemented in its entirety. A common goal that can be reached, if we all walk a common path, towards the betterment of the game.

    This document is presented as a draft and requires scrutiny by all clubs, players and bodies involved with the game. It has been drafted to provide a foundation that can be developed, modified and adopted by all with broader input and is merely a starting point to improve discussions around the facilitation of the game and growth of our competition and opportunities.

    It is a document that however does include important information about the problems and decisions as an entire sporting group that need to be made now and also will continue to develop to ensure that a lot of hard work and achievements have not been done for the code to complete and exit in the revolving door that has historically been.

    The document will provide information in relation to the current operation of Football in Griffith now and how it could look in the future.

    We thank you for your time in considering where your ultimate direction and involvement for the game will be either as a club, club representative, player or administrative body.

    Draft Football Plan for GDAFA

    Angelo Cirillo

  • NSW Asian Cup 2015 Legacy Fund Injects $4M into Football’s Future

    The NSW Government has launched a new $4 million fund to deliver better community facilities for local football and futsal clubs across New South Wales, driven from the success of the AFC Asian Cup tournament in 2015.

    Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres was at Valentine Sports Park to make the announcement. Read the full story…

    Legacy Fund Information

    Application Guidelines

    Grants & Funding

  • Rhinos Academy July Holiday Clinic

    This School Holidays marks the First Rhinos Academy School Holiday Clinic. Boys and Girls aged 6 and above welcome.

    If your pulling your hair out trying to find something for the kids to do next week, bring them down to Ted Scobie on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for 3 days of football action

    9:00am to 3:00pm – $160
    9:00am to 12 noon – $110

    Each player receives:

    • Daily Programmed coaching schedule
    • Controlled Game Play
    • Instruction from FFA Qualified, Riverina Rhinos Coaches
    • Euro 2016 prizes and giveaways
    • Water Station during clinic (Please bring drink bottle)

    Fill in the application form and email to Ross Morgan to secure your position.

    For More info contact:
    Ross Morgan
    0413 405 743


    Rhinos Academy

  • Griffith Fixture and Ground Announcement 3/6/2016

    Good Afternoon,

    Please be advised that all junior football scheduled tomorrow, including competitive age games, has been cancelled due to field preservation measures and continued forecasts of inclement weather.

    Competitive age games will be rescheduled

    All senior football is to remain scheduled as per the draw with the exception of cancelled games at the Exies and Hanwood oval in the 35’s Competition at this stage.

    Thanking you in advance,

    Angelo Cirillo
    Griffith Association