The July Newcastle Permanent Coach of the Month Award recipient in the Macquarie Zone is Belmont FC’s Dennis Kennedy. Congratulations to Dennis for receiving the great honor.
Dennis received this awards as Dennis has his team, a team of boys with varying skill levels performing at their best. Dennis is always encouraging, gives everyone a go and best of all ensures that the kids have a great deal of fun in both training and game day.
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Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) is pleased to announce the Newcastle Permanent Coach of the Month for July 2017 across the zones.
Football enriches character, intelligence, coordination and skill and each season, brave men and women step up to the plate and take on the task of helping our young athletes reach their potential: The Coach.
“Coaches are often the shopfront of our Community Football Clubs,” NNSWF Community Football Manager Peter Haynes commented.
“They can sometimes be the only interaction our players and their parents have with a club.”
Each month, one registered coach from each of NNSWF’s seven Member Zones will be awarded the Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Month award.
Each winner will receive a Newcastle Permanent Community Coaching kit consisting of 6 balls, 20 markers, 10 bibs and a whistle, as well as a polo shirt and cap, to assist in fulfilling their roles at their respective club.
At the end of the season, each Zone will nominate one community coach from their pool of winners, to represent their Zone for the opportunity to be named “Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Year” announced at NNSWF annual awards night.
“It is coaches like this month’s winners who continue to ensure that their club is a good place to play and that their players are enjoying a positive football experience,” Haynes concluded.
Newcastle Permanent Acting Chief Executive Officer, Terry Millett echoes Haynes sentiments and applauds those who received the award.
“Coaching plays a vital role in developing the skills and attitude of young players, and it is great that Newcastle Permanent can provide the opportunity to recognise the efforts of local coaches who are dedicated to developing their players,” Millett said.