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Bears new TD, Chris Akins, is holding a meeting for parents of current U13s, U14s & U15s players. 

Meeting venue and time:

  • Weston Workers Club auditorium
  • Tuesday, July 16
  • 6:30pm

Items to be discussed will include:

  • Retentions for 2020
  • Structure and planning
  • Expectations and standards

We look forward to your attendance. 

Please note - this is for parents only. Players will train as per usual. 

CA

The Weston Workers Bears Football Club are delighted to announce Chris Akins has accepted the role of 'Youth Technical Director' from the commencement of season 2020.

Chris joined the Bears this season and has been involved in the senior program coaching the U20s. He holds a B Licence, has an extensive football resume with experience in national competitions/national youth leagues in various states and strives to develop footballers technically to their maximum potential.

Chris will now be working with Gerard Carey to begin preparations for next season.

From all of us Chris, we wish you the very best in in your new position with the club. 

2020 EOI web

The Weston Workers Bears Football Club is currently taking applications for passionate coaches who are open to learning, have a positive attitude towards coaching young players and are interested in contributing to the professionally structured, player centred, environment that is central to Weston's football culture.

In addition to coaching at one of Northern NSW’s premier clubs, within Australia’s second tier, coaches will be supported from day one both with football education and while creating/improving a winning culture.

The Weston Workers Bears are looking for coaches who not only want our club to improve but also football within the greater Cessnock region.

Please submit your football CV to new Technical Director, Chris Akins - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Shortlisted coaches will be contacted to organise a interview, run a session and have a chance to ask questions.

4 games

From round 17 the Bears have 4 straight home games.

All will be crackers as the competition reaches it's conclusion and Weston look to finish strongly.

So be sure to put the dates in your diary, phone, on the fridge - wherever you will see them and get down to Rockwell Automation Park each Sunday (including this weekends moved fixture against Valentine) and cheer the boys on. 

#COYB 

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