Matter Number Parties Charges Decision Key Words
AT 17-38 Liam Lawler v Hills Football Inc.

Appeal from Hills Football Inc.

Appeal Upheld

AT 17-28 Marayong Football Club v BDSFA

The MFC originally advanced its case on the grounds set out in FNSW Regulations 10.3 (a), (b), (c) and (e).
1. a party was not afforded a reasonable opportunity to present its case;
2. lack or excess of jurisdiction
3. the decision was affected by actual bias
4. severity, only where the decision imposed a sanction of at least a fine of $3,000 or more

The orders of the Appeals Tribunal are as follows:
1. That the sanctions imposed by the BDSFA GPT and upheld by BDSFAAT each be set aside;
2. That the MFC had fielded the Player for round 4 of season 2017 in the Men's Premier Division Firsts when he was an ineligible Player because he had not served the 1 match suspension imposed upon him at the conclusion of the season 2016;
3. That the Men's Premier League Division 1 fixture between the MFC and Riverstone FC, being round 4, in which MFC won 10-1 be recorded as forfeited by the MFC;
4. That the Men's Premier League Reserves fixture between the MFC and Riverstone FC, being round 3, in which MFC won 4-0 be recorded as forfeited by the MFC;
5. That the Men's Premier League Under 20's fixture between the MFC and Ropes Crossing FC, being round 1, in which MFC tied 1-1 be recorded as a forfeit by MFC; and
6. The MFC pay a fine of $500

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