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The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club is hosting a free MiniRoos Coaching certificate training course at Pine Avenue, Mullumbimby, this Saturday, March 11.

The three-hour course from 9am is fully practical and encourages coaches to develop techniquess that are based on fun for five- to nine-year old players.

‘Anyone interested in coaching, whether or not you have experience, is welcome to come and join the session,’ Sharon Scriven, MBVFC female football director said.

The coach training session is open to anyone from high school age and up; no experience is necessary with everyone welcome to attend.

The club is particularly keen to get women involved.

‘Our new coach Naama Mayor has just finished her certification with the support of the club. She is great and is training the 11- to 16-year old girls,’ Scriven said.

This training coincides with the MBVFC junior muster day running at the same venue


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