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Coaches the winners with Newcastle Permanent Master Class

March 16th, 2016

Coaches from Northern Inland were the winners on the day after receiving valuable coaching tips during a Newcastle Permanent Community Coaching Master Class held in Tamworth.

The Master Class, conducted by Northern NSW Football Technical Director Michael Brown, was well attended with coaches leaving with valuable information to take back to their clubs and players.

‘All the coaches that came to the session went away with plenty of information to impart onto their respective teams and clubs but importantly, to also pass onto other coaches in the area,’ Northern Inland Football Technical Director Howard Stubbs said.

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‘The other winners on the night were our young players who participated in the Master Class session. Michael conducted an insightful and spirited session on striking the ball and crossing and hopefully these players will now start to use these valuable skills in their own game situation,’ Stubbs concluded.

The  Newcastle Permanent Master Class program will continue across Northern NSW in the months ahead with programs scheduled for Far North Coast (March 30), North Coast (April 8) and Mid North Coast (May 3) presented by Northern NSW Football’s Partner in Community Football, Newcastle Permanent.

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