One of the key aspects to fixture making in the LGFA is the strong relationship between the County Fixtures Reviewer and the Fixtures Secretary/Committee.
Fixture making should begin with planning. This is a conjunctive function of the Fixtures Reviewer and the Fixtures Secretary/Committee. The Fixtures Reviewer should make recommendations to the Fixtures Secretary/Committee for changes to competition structures and timings, based on the experience of the previous year and the goal of achieving the minimum fixture requirements as provided.
The scheduling and arranging of these fixtures is a matter for the Fixtures Secretary/Committee alone.
The job of reviewing the year’s fixture activity rests with the Fixtures Reviewer; s/he can be assisted in this process through the organisation of an annual club forum to provide feedback, through the establishment of focus groups to assist in this process or through the circulation and completion of fixture specific questionnaires to key stakeholders in the fixture process (i.e. players, managers, club officials etc.)