NEAFL coaches announced

Both Sydney University and Sydney Hills Eagles have undertaken changes to their coaching rosters for the 2013 season.

Sydney University have announced Daniel Gilmore (pictured) will coach the club's NEAFL side after joining the club as High Performance Manager in 2012.

A former Fremantle Docker, Gilmore brings seven years of AFL playing experience, as well as his time in the WAFL, where he was a dual premiership player.

Gilmore replaces former coach, Roger Moten.

Change is also happening over at Sydney Hills Eagles with Marc Dragicevic named as the successor to Glenn Garner. Dragicevic formerly played with Richmond in the AFL, and more recently was coach of fellow NEAFL side, Tuggeranong.

He will be assisted by Ryan Houlihan and prized recruit, Amon Buchanan- both of whom are former AFL players.

Sydney University and Sydney Hills Eagles played their first year in the NEAFL Eastern Conference  in 2012 after impressive recent form in the AFL Sydney competition.

Sydney University finished eighth, while Sydney Hills Eagles made the finals having finished fifth, where they were fell to Eastlake in the Elimination Final.


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