A team with a new culture and a strong identity which all the players are buying into. That’s how Head Coach Kevin Johnson views the women’s hockey team.
[spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” el_class=”.post-scnd-titles” width=”2/3″ el_position=”first last”] CONGRATULATIONS DUE… [/spb_text_block] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] [/spb_text_block] [spb_text_block pb_margin_bottom=”no” pb_border_bottom=”no” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Exeter University RFC secured their place in the BUCS final beating a strong Durham University side 36-10 last week. They will now play Loughborough University at Twickenham Stadium on 23rd March in what is a repeat of last year’s semi-final. The Exeter University side will be hopingRead more
It’s been on our to-do list for a while to visit Allianz Park, Saracens’ state-of-the-art playing and training facility, and catch up with players and coaches from Saracens Women RFC, current domestic League Champions and Cup Holders. Head Coach Rob Cain, a big man in stature very much matched by passion and knowledge for the game, was first port of call. Since retiring from professional playing duties, success has been partRead more
On a recent trip to West Ham United’s Academy, we captured a video testimonial.
It’s always nice to be recognised for your efforts. And we’re excited to be in the running for the Best / Most Innovative use of Technology
– club specific prize at the 2014 Football Business Awards in London.
Coaches and parents regularly ask me how to help young athletes start taking more responsibility. I continually see athletes of all ages (seniors too) who do not have any ownership of their own development. They rely on coaches, parents and other supporting individuals to get them where they want to be. It might be from as little as making up drinks and snacks to competition entry, membership fees orRead more
I recently watched the European Athletics Champions in Zurich and was blown away by Jo Pavey’s incredible 10,000 gold medal winning performance. The woman is amazing – 40 years old with two small children, her second only 11 months old. A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a previous blog on age and how it shouldn’t limit our goals. Pavey has shown exactly how to do it and watchingRead more
Media in sport seem to love sharing the age of an athlete with us and it usually comes along with a whole load of assumptions – if the athlete is young then they are naturally talented, and if they are old then they are late bloomers. Last week I read about “late bloomer” US pole-vaulter, Mark Hollis, who at the grand old age of 29 jumped a PB ofRead more
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