Coaching Scholarship Winners Announced

Northern Suburbs Football is pleased to announce the Coaching Scholarship winners for 2017.

Community Football Manager Ed Ferguson was thrilled with the amount and experience of the applicants stating;

“It is very pleasing to have received so many applicants from a wide range of NSFA clubs. Each applicant had a unique set of skills, with many dedicating significant time in progressing themselves as coaches and also their local clubs football programs”

With over 16,500 playing members and over 1,200 coaches currently involved in 2017, a core aim of NSFA is to increase the quality of football for all players involved in the game through the continued education and investment into coaching.

Ed Ferguson continued

“The coaching scholarships awarded are an integral investment to improving the football experience of all our members. Through the upskilling and support provided to the scholarship winners we are seeking to share and grow the amount of football educated people involved in our game at the grassroots level”.

Each successful candidate will receive the following investment to kick start their first step into the advanced coach education pathway set out by FFA.

  • Fee covered for FFA Advanced C-Licence Youth course ($1,155)
  • Ongoing support from NSFA Technical Director & NSFA Community Football Manager

Each scholarship winner will also be upskilled to become an FFA MiniRoos certificate presenter, growing NSFA’s coach developer network and once again, extending the football educated community to new heights.

NSFA would like to thank all those who applied for the NSFA Coaching Scholarship and aspecial congratulations to the winners.

NSFA Coaching Scholarship winners for 2017:

Emily Brown – Lindfield FC

Hannah McNulty – NSFA Programs

Timothy Fuller – Gordon SC

Troy Sheather – Hornsby Heights FC

 

Picture left – right: Timothy Fuller, Troy Sheather, Emily Brown, Hannah McNulty, Ed Ferguson at North Turramurra Recreational Area. 30/8/2017.

 




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