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Special General Meeting results

The club's new constitution has been adopted.   It now needs to be submitted to fair trading when it will take effect, after which  It will  be available in the "Library/Rules And By-Laws" menu entry.  Proposals to change the name of the club were rejected. 


At the Special General Meeting held at the Trophy Presentation Day the clubs’ members resoundingly voted not to change our clubs name'. The vote wasn’t even close. The majority of members clearly were proud of the rich history and took pride in the fact we are the oldest soccer football club in Western Sydney. The Executive Committee wishes to thank all members for their contributions in engaging in the discussion and voting to keep our identity the same as it has been since at least 1901!


Congratulations to our Grand-Champion Teams!

There were lots of happy Waratahs at Guildford park as both our U12/4 and O35/4 teams won their grand-finals without the need for extra time.

The U12 team faced the so far undefeated Dundas team, but played a spirited game, scoring mid way through the second half. Dundas threw everything at them in the final minutes, and our team successfully survived a penalty (great work by the keeper) to win the match 1-0.

The O35/4 team were likewise facing a team they had not yet beaten, Pendle Hill. After a penalty to each and one other goal to our team, they were up 2-1 about mid way through the second half as Pendle Hill gave it everything. But a great third goal with about five minutes left eased the pressure and they won 3-1.

U12 2015
The Granville Waratah 2015 Grand-Champion U12/4 team with coaches Stephen (right) and John (left).
O35 2015
The Granville Waratah 2015 Grand-Champion Over 35 team.






Granville Waratah
is small but strong club with a long history located on the eastern edge of Parramatta City. The history of the club has been traced to at least 1901, which makes it the oldest Junior Club in the Granville Association. 

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General Information: 

• Street maps showing Playing Fields are available from the "Grounds" link on the Association front page.
Click Here for instructions on getting to our home ground - "Robin Thomas" reserve.
• Don't understand why you were called offside and he wasn't called for handball - try the "FIFA Laws" site to find out. Always remember that many of the rules refer to the "Opinion" of the referee. There are  Popular Misconceptions".  For that old bug-bear - the offset rule, try this "FIFA Video".
•  Please see the Committee page for contact numbers and e-mails.
Football NSW Insurance Scheme details and claim forms can be found here