Glenn Bauer commits for 2013

Adding further to an already impressive coaching panel for 2013 Nambour & Hinterland AFC is very pleased to announce Glenn Bauer will return as Reserves Coach next season.

AFLQ Senior Coach of the Year, Ben Stanley, was very excited to announce Glenn would return to the Reserves post again in 2013.  "Glenn had a tremendous first up coaching year in 2012 and the experience he gained only adds to our ability to provide the highest standard of coaching in 2013".

Senior President, Mark Schrieber, was equally excited adding that "Glenn is a tremendous leader within our club and quality people like that just add to our club culture and what we are trying to achieve both on and off the field".

Glenn is looking forward to the challenge in 2013, particularly in developing our up and coming talent and being part of a coaching panel focussed on building from a strong 2012. 

Glenn played his junior footy in Geelong before moving to Central Queensland in 1991, playing Under 17 and Senior footy until 2000.  He then moved to Brisbane, playing with powerhouse club Morningside until 2006 and then returning to Central Queensland for another stint until 2009.  A badly broken leg forced Glenn to the sidelines until returning to play with the mighty Blues in 2011 and then Coaching the Reserves in 2012.

Looking forward to a great year Glenno!


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