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  1. Players will behave in a way which represents and promotes our club’s ethos of good sportsmanship, respect for all players and officials and spectators.
  2. Players will respect the decisions of referees and understand that in line with SDFA’s Zero Tolerance policy, any abuse or violence will result in suspensions, fines to the club, loss of competition points and expulsions from all competition. (This also applies to all officials and volunteers engaged by St Georges Basin Football Club)
  3. Players will not engage in violence, bullying or slander of other players and officials, on or off the field. (This extends to social media)
  4. Players will show respect to all other players regardless of gender, age, ability, sexual orientation, culture and religious beliefs.
  5. Players will take responsibility for their actions


Our online rego system is now open and can be accessed via
You can contact us via to ask a question or request a callback. Alternatively, you can attend the club on Fridays until Feb 15th between 430pm-7pm and speak with Tam or Adam about getting some 1 on 1 help.
Costs of registration are:
  • 5-9s: $120
  • 10-11s: $145
  • 12-17s: $155
  • Seniors: $270 (discounts for students are administered by FNSW during the online rego process)
Don't forget to get your Kids Active vouchers organised beforehand! Active Kids Vouchers will subtract $100 off the cost of your registration. As always, if you have any specific team requests (eg if your child normally plays up a year) please email to put in your request.


If you want to coach a team with St Georges Basin Football Club, you will need to complete this application form. The form includes:
  • the application form;
  • Coaches Agreement for Coaches Code of Conduct;
  • Football NSW Coaches Code of Conduct; and
  • Child Protection Form (for teams aged 18 or under);
Applications may be submitted at the club house or by email to the Secretary or President at


Want to save $100 on the cost of registration for your child? Active Kids is a program to help NSW families meet the cost of getting their kids into sport and active fitness and recreation activities. The NSW Government will provide a $100 voucher to parents/guardians of school enrolled children. The $100 voucher can be used for registration and participation costs for sport and fitness activities.
The rebate is available from 31 January 2018 - see the ACTIVE KIDS WEBSITE for more information - AVAILABLE AGAIN IN 2019!!
  1. Visit the Guidelines and Fact Sheets to learn about the program.
  2. Visit and create or login to your MyServiceNSW Account.
  3. Complete an Active Kids application through your MyServiceNSW Account. You will receive a voucher with a unique ID number for each child you register (available to download, print and email)
  4. Redeem your voucher. Take your child’s voucher to a registered activity provider; or log onto your provider’s website to enrol and enter the voucher ID number. When your child commences their chosen sport or activity, your online account will show the status of the voucher change from ‘Active’ to ‘Redeemed’


Following our AGM today, the board of directors would like to thank the 2018 committee and welcome our incoming board for 2019.
They are:
  • President: Tamara Lee
  • Secretary: Rachel Marks
  • Treasurer: David Sim
  • Groundskeeper: Trevor Southward; and
  • a very warm welcome to our newest director Adam Henry.
We look forward to another year of working together to build and strengthen our fantastic club.


Why not get involved with the St Georges Basin Football Club?  We have packages for all budgets:


For more information on the benefits of sponsoring St Georges Basin Football Club and how afforable it can be, please contact


Basin Soccer Fields Map

GROUND STATUS: 20/3/2019



Huge thanks to John and Tundra of South Coast Stairs for their donation of our trophy cabinets! We LOVE them!


The first round of the 2018 competition season commenced for the Senior Men’s teams this Saturday 07/04/2018 against the Culburra Cougars at home.

We came away with no points on the day, but good performances were put up by all three teams.

3rd Grade – lost 2-3

A great start with George Brown scoring our first goal in the first 3 minutes of play, but Culburra hit back with two goals before ½ time.

Encouraging words from player/coaches Chris Brown & Graham McOmish at the break saw the team re-group and play more fluent football in the second half with Graham putting away the equaliser.

Football can be a cruel game with Culburra scoring the winning goal with a good header from a corner with less than a minute to go before the final whistle.

Special mention to Dayne Spalding, Isaac Grainger & Lachy Mellier who all had excellent games.

3rd Grade debuts made by youngsters Mitchell Thompson, Marley Thomas, Cody Rodriguez, Archie Brown & Joe Michaels – and they will all be better for the run next week.

2nd Grade – lost 1-2

A very even game with Jacob Insley scoring a great goal prior to the break.

Culburra then scored around 15 minutes into the second half to even up the match.

As per the 3rd grade game & the cruelty of football – a defensive lapse saw the opposition score the winning goal with less than five minutes remaining in the game.

Special mention to Jack Eastwood & Owen Browne who were outstanding in a good team effort.

2nd Grade debuts were made by youngsters Lachy Dixon, Zac Stahlhut & Jai Duffy, while converted young goalkeeper Jacob Insley showed what potential he has as a field player in this grade.

Coach Martin Warner was very happy with his charges and they will only continue to improve under his guidance.

!st Grade – lost 2-4

The Culburra Cougars have been finalists, premiers & competition winners in this grade for the past zillion years and have always been known for combining a very physical style with skilful football.

A soft defensive error saw them take the lead in the first two minutes of the game – not the ideal start when chasing a team of this quality.

Some good constructive attacking play saw Basin’s Dane McGinn with a controlled finish to even the scores.

The game threatened to explode on several occasions with some heavy contact and several heated exchanges and this caused Basin to lapse in concentration with the opposition scoring another soft goal to take the lead.

Basin then gave up two more goals while chasing the game in the second half – caught out by excellent counter attacking football.

As is the norm with Basin, this squad will fight to the 90th minute.

A great run from Centre Back led to a skilful interchange around Culburra’s penalty box with new captain Brendan Hobbs putting away Basin’s second goal.

Tyrone Nye-Williams had an outstanding game at right back with a special thank you to O/35’s keeper Colin Crangle who played a blinder for us while we try to fill the 1st Grade keeper role.

Special mention to Zac Stahlhut on playing his first 20 minutes as a sub in 1st grade and playing well.

Overall, the coaching staff were pleased with how the day went in general, but now have more of an idea as to where improvements can be made.

These corrections & improvements are done at training, but we need all the players there to achieve this. Please advise your coaches if you cannot attend training.

Off the field our Fitness Coach Keith Graham & Goalkeeper Coach Peter Watts continue to bring more professionalism to this club.

We still require the assistance of a Manager/s for the three teams and would love the assistance of anyone with Strapping experience to mainly help with 1st Grade.

Please come and share the joys as a part of a Saturday at the football – we could use your help

Round 2 doesn’t get any easier as the three teams are all away to Bomaderry next Saturday.

As stated in my earlier note, our aim this year is to continue building on last year’s results on the paddock but to also continue building a family friendly culture at the Club where all can feel welcome.

Hope to see you there supporting your local club.

Paul Cubbo – 08/04/2018



The second round of the 2018 competition season for the Senior Men’s teams took place this Saturday 14/04/2018, away, against Bomaderry. We came away with 3 points on the day courtesy of 3rd Grade, but good performances were also put up by both 1st & 2nd Grades.
3rd Grade – won 3-1
Congratulations to hard working 3rds who had a great win this weekend. For a match review of this game, please read Co-coach Graham McOmish’s article on this website.
2nd Grade – lost 0-3
A very hard game in trying conditions against a top class opponent. The team never stopped trying all game, but were without Lachlan Dixon, Brad Southward & Jai Duffy for this game. Jacob Insley also suffered a hamstring injury in the second half & took no further part in the match. Thank you to the3rd graders who helped out as subs. In a good team effort, special mention goes to Jack Eastwood, Jimmy Dixon & Ash Hale for their contributions.
1st Grade – lost 0-4
A fast, good quality game against last years Grand Final winners in blustery conditions. The guys played well and kept the opposition scoreless for the first 30 minutes before Bomo opened up their account with a goal past our new keeper Steven King. A great attacking run shortly after saw us denied a penalty when Brendan Hobbs was taken down in the box. While Basin were still contemplating the decision, Bomo quickly counter attacked and scored from a cracker of a shot into the top corner giving Steve no chance of a save.
With the score at 0-2 at ½ time, a decision was made to change our original game plan and go to a more attacking structure for the last 45 minutes. Unfortunately, 10 minutes into the half, Dane McGinn succumbed to a foot injury suffered early in the match. He was replaced by young Zac Stahlhut making his second appearance in the top grade. In an entertaining half, Bomo showed why they are such a classy team scoring another two goals. But to Basin’s credit we also continued to create chances but were unable to complete them. Fraser ‘Froggy’ MacQueen had a blinder and ran himself to a standstill, while Tyrone Williams and Wade Garin also had great games. Zac Stahlhut continues to show that he has all the skills required to become a future 1st grader, while Steve King made a strong return as keeper and will only continue to improve.
Next week 1st & 2nd grades take on Shoalhaven United at Home, while 3rds have the bye.
Thank you’s go Renee Brown for her assistance in filling out the match book for 2nd & 3rd grades and Terry Haberely for 1st Grade, but I will continue to ask for help as all teams require Managers to assist the Coaches – any volunteers??
A special thank you to long time club sponsor Bill Stahlhut for his valuable assistance in getting & keeping two 1st Graders on the field this weekend – we all appreciate you giving your time.
On another very important note, would all players please advise their friends, parents, supporters etc that no one other than the listed players can enter the field of play once a game has commenced, until given permission to do so by the match official. Unfortunately this did happen on two occasions at home last week and cannot be allowed to happen again.
On a brighter note, as stated in all my earlier notes, our aim this year is to continue building on last year’s results on the paddock but to also continue building a family friendly culture at the Club where all can feel welcome.
Please come and support your Basin Dragons next Saturday.
Hope to see you there.
Paul Cubbo – 15/04/2018


3rd Grade – Win 3-1
The second round of the season saw the Basin 3rd grade taking on Bomaderry away from home. A big effort from the boys today saw them taking all 3 points, a strong defensive effort, particularly in the second half was extremely pleasing to see and play alongside, especially with the considerable wind against us.
The game started well for our boys, dominating the first 10-15 minutes of football and getting ourselves ahead rather quickly, pressing well, we ended up with a corner, excellent delivery into the box saw Lachlan Mellier rise above all challengers and hammer it home past a hapless goalkeeper who could do nothing but pick the ball out of his net. 1-1However, the adage proved true, that you are most vulnerable after you score a goal and after working hard to get the lead, a small lapse in concentration allowed Bomaderry to bounce back, a well timed cross and finish left us 1-1 shortly after.
Basin wouldn't let that keep them down for long and following a foolish challenge outside the box we were awarded with a free kick. Graham McOmish had an excellent attempt at a far post cross, only for it to be heavily wind assisted over the goalkeepers head and into the back of the net, giving us a deserved lead back at 2-1.
Basin learned from their previous goal and were extremely focused defensively, not allowing another lapse in concentration and protecting the lead extremely well. Just before the end of the half, a well timed run from George Brown, following a lovely through ball, saw him burst into the opponents penalty box and around the keeper only to be brought down before he could slot home a third. However this lead to the referee giving us a penalty and up stepped the cool, calm and collected Dayne Spalding, 3-1.
Being up by 2 goals going into the second half, an emphasis was put on a strong defensive effort and the boys did not disappoint, everyone in the back line standing out and having a top game, Basin saw out the contest for the remainder of this half and didn't really look like losing their lead. 3-1 the final score and first points on the board, onward and upwards for this group!!!
Special thanks to Dave Duffy for running the subs bench and Andrew Mellier filling in as a midfielder. Special mention to Dayne Spalding, Lawrence Kinnear, Nick Abel, Elaan Duffy and Mitch Thompson who all had excellent games.


1st grade: Basin Vs Sussex: 2-4
2nd grade Basin Vs Sussex: 3-1
3rd grade Basin Vs Bomaderry: 3-0
On Tuesday 17 April the Basin 3rd grade ladies hosted Bomaderry at home to come away 3 - nil winners. Colleen Stahlhut and Molly Brown made comebacks allowing 3rd grade to have 2 subs. Basin definitely had the upper hand for the majority of the first half, having the ball up Bomo’s end for most of it. Frustratingly from about a dozen attempts at goal (by most of the team) the keeper was either too good or someone hadn’t eaten enough Weet-Bix for breakfast for it to go in. Most shots were on target, unfortunately many were too on target and went straight to the keeper. Eventually Colleen scored a great goal, backing up Browny’s attempt not long before half time in her first game back.
The second half looked better as the ladies were playing more structured and there was a lot of great passing going on. Tammy Mackintosh got a run up front and made the most of it by getting around the keeper and putting a nice one in. Leigh Hankin had a cracker of a shot that somehow the goalie managed to get fingertips to and was unlucky to have it just miss but managed redemption by scoring the last goal of the match. As always everyone had a great time and look forward to playing United next week. Well done girls and coach Katrine Brown.
Denae Coventry, Team Manager
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