Welcome from MWFA President Jeff Smit.

On behalf of everyone at Manly Warringah Football Association, a big welcome to all for the 2016 season. With record numbers registered again, it is shaping up as the best season on record. With so many players looking forward to the kick-off, from the ne

MWFA profile: Nick Tomaino.

ST Augustine’s run to the MWFA FA Cup final this season has been nothing short of brilliant. Narrabeen (4-0), Seaforth (7-0) and Manly Vale (5-0), have been brushed aside with ease, setting up a showdown with either Pittwater RSL FC or CC Strikers,

MWFA profile: Adam Bosward.

ADAM Bosward had nothing to prove to anyone. In his three seasons with Pittwater RSL FC in the MWFA Premier League from 2012-14, he won countless trophies. Scored plenty of goals as well. But in the end, Bosward’s burning desire to prove to himself

Premier League | Round 8 Preview.

NARRABEEN skipper Mark Femia has been impressed by Wakehurst’s start to the season – but still feels they will come up short this weekend at Narrabeen Sports High. The league leaders were scratchy in their 1-0 win over Dee Why last Saturday, a

MWFA profile: Seaforth’s Rachel Darby.

RACHEL Darby’s interest in helping other people stems from her teenage days as a surf life saver with Manly LSC and Queenscliff SLSC. The 26-year-old, who is an important player in Seaforth’s MWFA Premier League ladies squad, prides herself on

Respect and our role as leaders in the Football Community.

Dear All, With the season well underway and enjoying a rare patch of dry weather, while we have had an uninterrupted season so far, we have unfortunately experienced a less than positive environment regarding fair play, positive football and respect. Acro