Invitation to the ASOP 2010 Coaching and Kids Clinic

The year 2010 is here at Basketball Fiji in partnership with the Australian Government would like to humbly invite everyone from different works of life to the first organised coaching clinic for the year. All are welcome to attend so please invite or encourage anyone who may be interested to attend!! The clinic will be conducted by our very own 2009/2010 National Men's and Women's Coach Michael and Paul Whippy. The clinic as stated in our 2010 Calendar of events will be held on the 12th -13th January (Tuesday & Wednesday) at the Vodafone Arena. The clinic will run from 6pm – 8pm. Proper footwear is compulsory in line with Sports Council rules & regulations. The coaching clinic will give an opportunity for coaches or those interested to becoming a coach the chance in learning some team offense and defensive principles with the inclusing of specific drills. The clinic will also equip you with the standard knowledge and drills which will assist your individual development as a player and as a coach. This opportunity will not come around twice. Children between the ages of 6 – 14 years old are also welcome to attend as games will also be organised for the kids.

Please RSVP through email or phone before Monday the 11th Jan, for printing purposes.

For more information on the coaching clinic please feel free to liaise directly with Basketball Fiji's Development Officer Laisiasa Puamau on 3317213 (BF’s office number)/ puamau_lai@yahoo.com

 




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