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updated 22 June @ 1045
 

Coaching Course Starting THIS Week……

The Association has put on a Skill Training Certificate coaching course due to the commence on Wednesday evening, 24th June. 

To date the take up for this course has been minimal. Should there not be at least a dozen individuals wishing to undertake the course it is likely to be put off. 

This course has been scheduled over a serious of four evenings such to not impact upon the weekend commitments of those wishing to attend. This was done based upon the feedback from individuals from the clubs as to how courses are planned once the season is actually underway.

 The details are:

-          Wednesday 24 June
-          Friday 26 June
-          Wednesday 1 July
-          Friday 3 July 

All sessions are set for Pratten Park and all sessions run from 6-9pm.

The registration link is below for interested persons. It would be appreciated if you could circulate amongst your football community.

Course linkhttps://education-ffa.sportingpulse.com/event.asp?ID=12673


Please check the Canteen & Ground Official roster in our FAQs section.

The draw is here

Not sure where the grounds are? Here's a listing.

Please do not train at QEP if it is not open. Field status is usually updated by 3pm, Monday to Thursday. 

 

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winter school holiday soccer clinics

Sport and Recreation is once again excited to announce the next Girls Football/Soccer Development Clinic at Arlington Reserve in Dulwich Hill.

It's $45 per person for 2 days, 9am - midday.

Dates:
- 1st and 2nd July 2015 For 12 to 15 years more info and bookiing
- 8th and 9th July 2015 For 8 to 11 years more info and booking

A selection from the following current W-League players will be conducting the two day clinics in July:

  • Melissa Caceres: Sydney FC player having represented the Australian under-20 side
  • Rhianna Pollicina: Western Sydney Wanderers player and former Australian under-17s team
  • Olivia Price: Sydney FC player and current Captain of Australian Matildas under-20s team
  • Lorena Bugden: Western Sydney Wanderers player & former NSW Girls All Schools who has also played in Spain
  • Renee Rollason: Sydney FC player and most W-League appearances from current players; Game Development Officer for Football NSW
  • Jess Urquhart: Western Sydney Wanderers goalkeeper.