Match Fee Payment Update

Payment RunMatches up to and includingDeposited into bank accounts onRemarks
1April 9, 2017April 24, 2017Please note that this payment run will include deductions for annual fees.
2April 16, 2017April 26, 2017
3April 23, 2017May 16, 2017
4April 30, 2017May 18, 2017

Referees should refer to their appointment history on MatchRef to reconcile their match fee payments. This is the basis upon which match fee payments are made.

If there is a discrepancy in the appointment history on MatchRef, please contact MWFRA Administrative Officer Sigrid Mulherin via email at admin@mwfra.org.au.

Referees should note that the MWFRA automatically deducts any outstanding fees, including but not limited to the annual FNSW registration fee ($40) and the annual FFA accreditation fee ($6), from owed match fees and payment will only be made if in credit at the time of the payment run.

If the appointment history on MatchRef is correct but there is a discrepancy in payment, please contact MWFRA Treasurer David Page via email at treasurer@mwfra.org.au.

If you have questions about your payment, please see the following FAQs.

Frequently Asked Questions

How will I be paid?

Referees are paid by direct deposit into their nominated bank account.

When will I be paid?

The MWFRA endeavours to pay referees as soon and as often as possible and generally conducts payment runs fortnightly. Payments may be delayed for a variety of reasons including missing match sheets, missing or illegible PIN numbers, etc.

What must I include on the match sheet to ensure payment?

Referees must clearly PRINT their full name, signature and PIN number in the allocated spaces on the match sheet.

What is my PIN number?

Referees who do not know their PIN number must contact MWFRA Administrative Officer Sigrid Mulherin.

What do I do if I think I have not been paid for a match?

In the first instance, referees should check their appointment history on MatchRef, which are the records upon which payment will be made.

If there is a discrepancy in appointment history on MatchRef, please contact MWFRA Administrative Officer Sigrid Mulherin via email at admin@mwfra.org.au.

If the appointment history is correct but there is a discrepancy in payment, please contact MWFRA Treasurer David Page via email at treasurer@mwfra.org.au.

Will I be paid for officiating as a referee on a match to which I had not been appointed?


Yes.

Will I be paid for officiating as an assistant referee on a match to which I had not been appointed?


Yes, but only on senior matches and U15/1, U16/1 and U18 matches.

What do I do if my bank details have changed?

Referees should email the MWFRA Treasurer via email at treasurer@mwfra.org.au with their new bank details.

How will I be paid for trial matches?

Referees should see the trial matches page for further information.

How will I be paid for Manly United matches?

TBC

How will I be paid for State Cup matches?

State Cup match fee payments occur at the field, usually by an official outside the canteen area. If you do not pick up your payment on the day it will be held at the MWFA Office, Cromer Park.