By Ben Triandafillou
THE Red Hill Junior Football Club has announced an exciting three year partnership with the exceptional Coaching Development program, Dynamic Footy Skills.
The program will be delivered by highly experienced AFL, VFL and current TAC Cup coaches whose extensive knowledge in junior football development will help the club reach their goal of providing the best coaching experience on the Mornington Peninsula.
Dynamic Footy Skills are currently working with an AFL Club Junior Academy to ensure that the latest AFL training techniques and tips are being bought to Red Hill.
The Red Hill Junior Football Club is grateful for the generous support and vision of the McDonald’s Mornington, McDonald’s Peninsula Link Southbound and McDonald’s Peninsula Link Northbound restaurants for allowing the club to establish this innovative partnership with Dynamic Footy Skills.
The Red Hill Junior Football Club are hoping that this partnership will attract and retain more talented players as well as provide the juniors with an edge over their opposition before commencing Round 1 of the season on Sunday 9th April.
The club has also had some early success with four of their juniors participating in the Rye Gift Junior Football Relay on Saturday 14th January, finishing in second place. Winning $100 prize money for their footy club, Merrick Snow (Under 10’s), Orlando Mentiplay (Under 12’s), Noah Prabowo (Under 14’s) and Noah Turner (Under 16’s) were just edged out by a strong Sorrento FC.
The Red Hill Junior Football Club registration day is set for Sunday 5th March, 2pm- 5pm at the Red Hill Recreation Reserve. There will be a barbeque and a clinic for the kids held by the DFS team, with an AFL player appearance.
First published in the Western Port News – 7 February 2017