Female Football

Twelve leading females receive Coaching Scholarships During Northern NSW Football’s rebel Female Football Week

July 3rd, 2019

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) has reinforced the importance of female coaches by awarding twelve (12) FFA C-License scholarships to leading women throughout the football community.

NNSWF Head of Football Development Peter Haynes highlighted the importance of encouraging more women into coaching positions.

“While there has been and continues to be significant progress and growth in female football, the representation of women in accredited coaching positions remains significantly lower than male counterparts.

“As leaders in our game we feel it’s essential to develop sustainable and inclusive environments, including engaging more female role models and coaches,” said Haynes.

The following successful applicants were selected from all seven (7) NNSWF member zones and ranging from community grassroots football clubs through to Premier Leagues.

 

FIRST NAME LAST NAME ZONE/PREMIER CLUB
Thaya Evenden Football Far North Coast Lennox Head FC
Rachael Oberleuter North Coast Football Sawtell FC
Emma Tamblyn Football Mid North Coast Macleay Valley Rangers FC
Madison Sharp Northern Inland Football Quirindi FC
Lauren Fairfull Hunter Valley Football Greta Braxton FC
Michelle Forbes Macquarie Football Garden Suburb FC
Emily Haigh Newcastle Football Cooks Hill United FC
Rachel Bax Premier Football Mid North Coast SAP
Helen Moseley Premier North Coast Football SAP
Tara Johnson Premier New Lambton FC – Herald WPL
Chloe Kapalos Premier Wallsend FC – Herald WPL
Shania Hedley Premier Newcastle SAP

 

C-License accreditation allows coaches to coach at a higher grade including in the Premier competitions and provides coaches with a greater understanding of the game of football, tactics and skills required to support their teams to reach potential.

For more information surrounding coaching courses and resources please visit https://northernnswfootball.com.au/coach-headquarters/

 

L-R : Helen Mosesley (NCF SAP), Rachel Oberleuter (NCF), Chloe Kapalos (Premier), Rachel Bax (FMNC SAP), Lauren Fairfull (HVF) and Michelle Forbes (MF)

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