Assistant Coaches 2013

Our Assistant Coach’s

Tim Price
Tim went to school in the area and played all his junior footy at Barny, played his first senior game at 16 with Barny before moving to the Wodonga Raiders where he played for 8 years. He was vice captain and captain of the Wodonga Raiders and played over 100 senior O&M games. Tim returned to the Tigers in 2011 and is eagerly looking forward to the 2013 season. Barnawartha is extremely lucky to have a player of Tim’s calibre at the club as he brings great leadership and experience to the club.  


Peter Cook
Peter began his illustrious career at the Barny junior football club before moving to the Wodonga Raiders where he won an O&M U18 league Best and Fairest. Peter’s goal kicking feats are well documented and has been leading goal kicker for the Tallangatta and District Football League. He is about to be an assistant coach for the 3rd year and is certainly a senior coach in waiting. Peter’s popularity around the club also adds to his very impressive resume. Peter also has the ability to play on the ball and might see himself playing further up the ground this year.


Shaun Leech
Originally from Bendigo where Shaun played in 5 premierships, 1 at Inglewood and 4 at South Bendigo, he moved to the North East with work 2000. Shaun was approached to join Barny in 2000 and began coaching in 2001 and went on to coach the 2002 flag. Shaun has a wealth of knowledge and experience that he imparts on to the younger charges at the football club. He has been an assistant for three years now and extremely excited about the future of the football club.


Clinton Harvey
Clinton arrived at Barnawartha in 1995 as a 21 year old after playing in four grand finals in a row at Wodonga Bulldogs winning three, one as captain of the thirds. Clinton has been the Senior runner from 2005. Clinton’s thirst for a premiership/success at the football/netball club cannot be measured, he is fitter today than when he first become the runner.


Damien Gallagher – Reserves Coach
Damien has been at the Barny football club for 14 years as a player and coach. He is about to begin is second year as the reserves coach. He is highly respected by all at the club and does a great job in keeping the players together. He will play a very important role assisting the club to reach its ultimate goal of premiership success.


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