Tongala Football Netball Club has announced its football coaching panel for next season.November 21, 2012 4:33am
Tongala Football Netball Club's football coaches and presidents for 2013. (from left) Brett Scoble (Auskick), Andrew Reid (joint reserves coach), Jordan Souter (seniors assistant coach), Gary Riedell (Junior president), Dave Newman (seniors coach), Barry Nexhip (president), Adam Brunt (joint reserves coach), Brad Tinning (under-17s coach).
Tongala Football Netball Club has announced its football coaching panel for next season.
Coaches for the 2013 season have been confirmed as Dave Newman (seniors coach), Jordan Souter (seniors assistant coach), Andrew Reid and Adam Brunt (joint reserves coaches), Brad Tinning (under-17 coach), Scott Waasdorp (under-14 coach), Brett Scoble (Auskick coach) with the under-12 coach not yet appointed.
The club will be holding a Meet the Coaches Day and Christmas Party this Sunday from noon.
All players and supporters are invited to attend. There will be activities for children including a jumping castle, face painting and a visit from Santa, plus a barbecue for a gold coin donation.
The club held its annual general meeting on November 5, with Barry Nexhip reappointed president and Gary Riedell joining the committee as the club’s new junior president.
Pre-season training will start on December 3 and will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings up to Christmas. HW Greenham, Coprice and the McGill family will continue as the club’s major sponsors in 2013.
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