Breakers enjoy first training


Breakers enjoy first training

THE Bass Coast Breakers’ first training session went really well with more than 30 there.
There were a mixture of existing players, new players who have never played before and girls who have moved up from youth girls.
As the Breakers push for two teams, they are still looking for more players and we encourage anyone who has ever wanted to play footy to come to training and give it a go.
Just come as you are, no boots required and you’ll be supplied with a warm- up singlet featuring the team sponsors.
To cater for players from all over the shire pre-season trainings will move around.
Trainings will be at Dalyston every Wednesday and Friday, sessions will alternate between Inverloch and Newhaven Rec Reserves.
Training is this Friday, February 16, at Inverloch and all sessions start at 6pm.
At the end of training coach Steve Kenny said; “I was really impressed with the turn out for our first session.  There was a good mix of new, existing players and youth girls”.
“The girls hit the track at a high level with many playing AFL 9’s before Christmas and competing in events like the Cape Aquathon and Tetrathlon over summer.”
During preseason, the team is focusing on recruiting new players, coach and support staff, sticking together and supporting each other and having fun and improving.

Growing team: youth girls recruit Jaz Garry joins senior players Chelsea Connell and Tess Angarane in the Breakers this year.

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