SAWFL Summer Training Squad: Session 1 - Sat 1st Nov

Do you think you have what it takes to play football at the highest level available to women?

Apply to join the SAWFL Summer Training Squad!

This program is designed to provide players with opportunities and resources to improve their fitness and skills in the lead up to the 2015 AFL National Women's Draft. It is open to players who will be aged 17 years or older as at 1st January 2015. Application forms are due by no later than Saturday 1st November 2014. Forms can be downloaded at the bottom of this page and will also be available at Session #1 on Saturday 1st November (details below).

  • Testing
  • Running
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Personal Development and Goal Setting
  • Skill Development
  • Game Plans and Structure
  • Physical Presence Training
  • Recovery Program
  • Nutrition Instruction and Management
  • Guest Speakers and Presenters
  • Possibility of an interstate match in 2015

 

SESSION #1: SATURDAY 1ST NOVEMBER

10:30am to 12:30pm at Adelaide Airport Stadium, 1 Meyer Street, Torrensville
This session will consist of strength training and a short information session. It is open ALL players who are interested in applying for the program and we encourage everyone to bring a friend. Application forms will be available on the day.

Please Note: This program was previously titled the “2015 SAWFL AFL Draft Squad” and those who have already submitted applications for the program do not need to re-apply.

 

Refer to the flyer below for full details on the SAWFL Summer Training Squad program.

For further information please contact Caitlin Brady at caitlin@saafl.asn.au or (08) 8443 8999.




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