Referees

2019 Northern Inland Premier League Grand Final Referees Announced

September 18th, 2019

Northern Inland Football is pleased to announce the referee appointments for the Northern Inland Premier League Grand Final matches this Saturday.

Lachlan Smith will referee the NIPL First Grade Grand Final to be played out between Tamworth FC and Norths United. He will be joined by James Wallace and Ryan Hendrickse, with Toby McVey as Fourth Official.

Joshua Attard will take charge of the Reserve Grade NIPL Grand Final between North Companions FC and Norths United. He will be accompanied by Ben Livingstone and Brad Froud at Scully Park this Saturday.

The Reserve Grade NIPL Grand Final will kick things off at Scully Park, with the match scheduled to get underway at 12.30pm this Saturday, 21 September.

The First Grade NIPL Grand Final will follow with the match scheduled to kick off at 3pm.

Congratulations to all match officials who have been selected for this year’s Northern Inland Premier League Grand Finals.

 

NIPL GRAND FINAL REFEREE APPOINTMENTS

First Grade:

Referee – Lachlan Smith

AR 1 –  James Wallace

AR 2 – Ryan Hendrickse

Fourth Official – Toby McVey

Reserve Grade:

Referee – Joshua Attard

AR 1 –  Ben Livingstone

AR 2 – Brad Froud

Fourth Official – Toby McVey

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