Pottsy to soldier on
Nambour & Hinterland AFC is very happy to announce Andrew Potter will extend his coaching role with the Mighty Blues in 2013!
Andrew will fill a dual role of Assistant Coach and Fitness Coach with the club in 2013. Andrew is excited to be working with AFLQ Senior Coach of the Year again in 2013, but particularly pleased to welcome Travis Mills into the coaching team and working closely with Glenn Bauer.
Andrew is once again looking forward to the great club culture at NHAFC and continuing to promote the development of our Family Club. Andrew is particularly excited by the development of our juniors and looks forward to seeing how our Under 14s to Under 18's develop in 2013. "These are the age groups when the players start to take their footy more seriously and start thinking about the playing style of the team and their role within the team"
Andrew has an impressive footy pedigree, with playing stints in Qld State League and State Association clubs such as Kedron, Everton Park and Yeronga, as well as the Tasmanian State League. Andrew's first foray into coaching was with Everton Park winning both the Seniors and Reserves flags by over 100 points. He then had an outstanding record with various Army teams being part of many successful teams, including a Tasmanian Combined Services team.
Andrew's passion for developing junior players was seen as the Sunshine Coast Power Coach in 2006-2007, as well as being the Assistant Coach to the NSW/ACT Rams U18 and Queensland U18 teams.
In 2010 Andrew arrived at the Mighty Nambour Blues and coached the team to another flag. Then in 2011 and 2012 acted as a mentor to Senior Coach Ben Stanley in his first foray of senior footy coaching.
Great to have you in BLUE Pottsy!!