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Coaching Rugby Union:

2 weeks ago By Gavin Butterworth

Our coaches make a difference to players' enjoyment, not just their skills, why not get involved?

Are you passionate about rugby? Could you devote a few hours a week to helping local children develop as players?

Then becoming a volunteer Rugby Union Coach at Fleetwood Rugby Club could be for you.

Working with children in rugby union is a rewarding experience and as a result you will be able to develop core skills and core values in young players in an active, purposeful, enjoyable and safe environment.

Proper coaching is one of the most crucial factors in getting people involved in rugby and maintaining their interest in the sport, so if rugby is your passion and you are a confident and outgoing communicator who can engage with children and young adults - both boys and girls - then becoming a qualified coach at our club could be a great option for you.

We are able to fund the relevant RFU coaching qualifications for the right applicants, so you are equipped with the knowledge, skills and attributes essential to developing local young players.

To take the next step in becoming a qualified rugby union coach and helping to support the growth and development of the game’s new generation of players, call our Club Secretary Caroline for an informal chat on 07415272340 or send her an email: Secretary@fleetwoodrugbyclub.org

Updated 16:08 - 4 Apr 2018 by Gavin Butterworth

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