Published on December 12, 2017 11:38 am

Western Bulldogs / VU Western Spurs are Seeking VFLW Coaching Panel

The Western Bulldogs were recently excited to announce that we will field a team in next year’s VFL Women’s competition, after the Club strengthened its partnership with VU Western Spurs.
We are now seeking a number of volunteers to assist on our VFLW Coaching panel for Season 2018

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VFLW Coaching Volunteers
The Western Bulldogs were recently excited to announce that we will field a team in next year’s VFL
Women’s competition, after the Club strengthened its partnership with VU Western Spurs.
The Bulldogs and Spurs have developed a strong relationship in the last three years, and in 2018 the
Spurs’ senior VFLW team will be known as the Western Bulldogs and will wear the red, white and blue
colours.
We are now seeking a number of volunteers to assist on our VFLW Coaching panel for Season 2018. We
are looking for individuals to volunteer their time in the following areas:

   Mid Line Coaching
   Back Line Coaching
   Forward Line Coaching
   Development Coaching
   Senior Assistant Coaching
   Opposition Analysis Coaching

The successful candidate will ideally have a Level 1 Coaching qualification and be passionate about the
development of talent within women’s football.

If you are interested in volunteering your time and gaining some coaching experience please send your
details outlining any relevant experience to Debbie Lee at debbie.lee@westernbulldogs.com.au
Applications for these volunteer positions close at 5pm on Friday 22nd December 2017.

Please note that due to the high level of interest only those individuals short listed will be contacted.

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