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Open Age Coaches Wanted for NWML Team

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Thatto Heath Crusaders are looking for coaches to work with the Open Age North West Men's League team. The team are established in North West Men's League Division 1 and are looking forward to a successful season. Applicants will ideally possess a Level 2 coaching badge and must be willing to undergo CRB checking. The coaches will work alongside the current National Conference League coaching team (Andrew Bailey, Shaun Briscoe and Lee Gannon) and will be available to attend training twice a week as well as matchdays on a Saturday.

Anyone interested please contact the club via e-mail openage@thattoheathcrusaders.org or you can contact us through twitter @andrew_bails, @THCstatman or @ThattoRugby. Alternatively send me a direct message on here.

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Thatto Heath Crusaders are looking for coaches to work with the Open Age North West Men's League team. The team are established in North West Men's League Division 1 and are looking forward to a successful season. Applicants will ideally possess a Level 2 coaching badge and must be willing to undergo CRB checking. The coaches will work alongside the current National Conference League coaching team (Andrew Bailey, Shaun Briscoe and Lee Gannon) and will be available to attend training twice a week as well as matchdays on a Saturday.

Anyone interested please contact the club via e-mail openage@thattoheathcrusaders.org or you can contact us through twitter @andrew_bails, @THCstatman or @ThattoRugby. Alternatively send me a direct message on here.

Isn't advertising for coaches at the top level as dangerous as advertising for players ? It often leaves a void and disruption at another or " lower " club. Is it just as important to have training programmes for coaches as it is for players ? Just a thought.

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Isn't advertising for coaches at the top level as dangerous as advertising for players ? It often leaves a void and disruption at another or " lower " club. Is it just as important to have training programmes for coaches as it is for players ? Just a thought.

A qualified coach is a required part of any team as the rules are set out by the governing body. If you need one how else are you supposed to find willing candidates? How is anyone going to know that there is a vacancy if you don't advertise the fact?

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