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CentralsFootballClub
We are affiliated & field U/12's, U/14's & U/16's with the Wangaratta & DJFL & are based at the Bill O'Callaghan Oval, Wangaratta.We are a local inclusive club!
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CentralsFootballClub Jul 28
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David Johnston Jul 26
Footy fireworks, ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ disagree on merits of bringing in under-17s to Wangaratta junior league. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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CentralsFootballClub Jun 30
Don’t forget this important players / coaches & parents function on Wednesday evening, 3rd July, 2019.
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David Sinclair Jun 12
A great piece on today about disconnect btwn & Community Football. Includes some discussion around retention of Juniors going into Senior football. Whateley - John White on Whateley (13/06/19) via
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AFL Victoria Jun 11
Thirty clubs from ten different regions around Victoria will receive a boost to their local canteen facilities this season, after being selected as recipients of the 2019 Energy Safe Victoria Safer Canteen Grants Program. READ MORE:
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CentralsFootballClub Jun 6
Our Rd.9 club newsletter is now out via this link -
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Dr Martin Toms Jun 2
Something I use in club development based discussion groups. Do we really understand what each stakeholder expects of each other in grass roots youth sport?? Challenge your own club/self and see what you come up with + how you might help these expectations meet.......
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CentralsFootballClub May 30
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7Sport May 26
Roger Rasheed is among those slamming the "everyone's a winner" attitude in some schools, saying losing is what teaches kids resilience.
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Dr Martin Toms May 23
In youth sport we mustn’t solely focus on the <1% of young players who “might” make it at the cost of the >99% who may become lifelong participants. It’s about fun, learning, enjoyment, socialising, engagement, legacy & the development of EVERY child REGARDLESS of their ability.
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CentralsFootballClub May 2
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CentralsFootballClub Apr 28
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Dr Martin Toms Apr 26
**You're far more likely to coach a child who'll become a key club member/player/coach than you are the next elite performer** ❎It’s NOT just about performance, results or creating the next elites ✅It IS all about enjoyment, retention, physical & social development + the future
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CentralsFootballClub Apr 26
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Dr Martin Toms Apr 19
Coaching kids is about supporting them to create their own self & identity as both an individual and a performer. It is NOT about growing your own ego as a coach - if you want to do that please go & play a computer game.
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CentralsFootballClub Apr 18
Training times for next week. Monday: 22/04/19. No Training. Wednesday: 24/04/19. Training for U/12's,14's & 16's at 5 pm. Friday: 26/04/19. Training for U/14's & U/16's at 5 pm. Sunday: 28/04/19. Junior Magpies v Centrals at Norm Minns Oval. Enjoy the Easter break & drive safely
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CentralsFootballClub Apr 14
There will be no football training for both our Under 14's and U/16's tomorrow night (Monday), 15th April 2019. See you all on Wednesday night at 5 pm.
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CentralsFootballClub Apr 10
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Dr Martin Toms Apr 5
The ONLY tick list you need when coaching this weekend: 1.Make it fun✅ 2.Say less✅ 3.Empower THEM✅ 4.Enthuse✅ 5.Include✅ 6. Be a role model✅ 7. Smile✅ 8. Build community✅ 9.Let them play✅ 10.Engage✅ 11.Reflect✅ 12.Enjoy✅ 13.Remember it’s NEVER about you✅ 14.Go to 1
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