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Gaza CC Seek Senior and Junior Coaches
Date of Event : Fri Jun 30, 2017 2:03PM

The GAZA Sports and Community Club Formed in 1903, Based at recently developed picturesque Klemzig Oval, the Club is seeking highly motivated people to join us as Senior and Junior Coaches to help build a culture of coaching excellence, and to further develop our successful and exciting playing group.

We currently have 2 Senior sides playing in the ATCA ,One playing in the Two-day competition, the other in the One-day competition.The seniors are regulars in finals and have won 3 premierships in the last three season.

The club is looking to build on this success and take it to the next level

Last season we had 2 junior sides in the North Eastern Junior Cricket Associations and are looking to expanded that to at least 3 this season

The successful applicant will require

             Passionate, positive attitude

             Enjoy developing talented cricketers

             Strong people management skills

             High Level communication and leadership skills

             Organise and co-ordinate training and development

             Ability to plan match day strategies

             Level 1 Community Coach (or willing to obtain at clubs cost)

We want to hear from you.

We can Offer you

             full backing of a very committed and hard working committee,

             A club that strongly promotes player and parent involvement, enjoyment and development

             Recently developed oval and pitch which is one of the best in the state

             Access to a level 3 coach.

If you are inexperienced as a coach and would like to work towards self-development the club will give you all the training and support you require

For more information on our club, or to lodge your application briefly describing your experience and history, please contact Perry Brook Gaza Cricket Director using contact details. perry_pam08@internode.on.net  

We would like applications in by July 31st 2017


Last updated: Monday July 3, 2017 8:25AM
Author: David Heyzer