Juniors U13, U15, U17.5
Junior Coaching Coordinator: James Fuller (ph:0478589861)
- Head Coach: Jared Millington
- Assistant: Paul Thomas
Head Coach: Trevor Martin
- Head Coach: Mark Tuckfield
Key Date and Times
Pre season training started on 1 February 2017.
Training occurs every Monday and Wednesday evening at 5.30pm-7pm until after Cricket season ( then it may change to Mon & Thurs).
Presentations occur every Saturday night: 6pm for home games, 6.30pm for away games.
First game commences on Saturday 9th April 2017 with more details to follow
Game Times are set by the SFL:
- U13 - 8.15am Saturday
- U15 - 9.35 am Saturday
- U17.5 - 11.10am Saturday
We still require additional coaches as well as Team Managers for the 2017 season. There is the likelihood of :
- 4-5 x U8 teams
- 4 x U10 teams
- 2 x U12 teams
- 1 x U13 , U15 & U17.5 teams registered in 2017.
If you are interested but don’t have coaching accreditation the Cove Football Club will assist with obtaining the required training.
Please contact James Fuller on 0478589861 if you can help.
- Players are expected to wear club attire to presentations. Club merchandise can be purchased at the club.
- Game day attire: Players are expected to present to each game wearing the Club Polo, black pants and black shoes. Guernseys will be provided to players on game days.
- All players MUST WEAR a mouth guard for their own protection. This will be enforced in the interest of player welfare. NO MOUTH GUARD NO PLAY.
Match day details
Arrival times for games
All players are expected at the ground a minimum of 30 minutes prior to the game, unless advised differently by the coach. Players should ensure they are ready to play as soon as possible after their arrival at the ground. Coaches may require warm-ups and a team meeting.
Reporting of Injuries
All players should immediately report any new injury at training to their Coach. Then they should report to their trainers for assessment.
Trainers are required at every match. The trainers will have the final say if a player is not to return to the field. This is an important issue related to our risk management and insurance. If a player has ice administered, the ruling from SFL is that that player is not to return to the field.
The CFC will be providing a qualified sport trainer/first aider to deal with injuries at training. Players should respect our trainers and follow their instructions to allow for proper recovery.
Players should seek proper medical advice on any prolonged injury. Please don’t try and play if you are unfit, as this is not fair to either yourself or your teammates.
Please note that if your child is injured during a game then the Trainers are the only personnel able to attend to the player. At no stage are parents allowed onto the ground during a game.