9th Annual COERVER® Coaching Australia Performance Camp sees over 200 players converge in Canberra
The Coerver Coaching Australia Performance Camp 2018 concluded with the closing ceremony after a very successful four days of technical training and small sided games.
Australia’s leading technical performance camp was attended by over 200 players from Coerver Coaching programs around Australia and New Zealand.
Coerver Coaching Performance Camp Director Adrian Haynes said “This was our 9th Performance camp and once again we were impressed by the high skill level of the players and the dedication and professionalism of the Coerver staff which included Australian and Japanese instructors. Planning has commenced for 2019 and we look forward to seeing more players from around Asia Pacific attend”.
One player in each squad was recognised as the player of the camp for their respective squad, each winner was awarded a Coerver Coaching adidas training ball. The following players were awarded the player of each squad:
|PLAYER OF THE PERFORMANCE CAMP
In addition to the player of the squad awards, one outstanding female and male player were each recognised as the Overall Female and Male Player of the Camp respectively, each receiving an adidas training ball and club jersey.
Coerver Coaching Performance Camp Overall Female Player of the Camp: Zoe Delaney
Coerver Coaching Performance Camp Overall Male Player of the Camp: Angus Coat
Throughout the four day camp, players competed in a Coerver Skills Carnival, which tested players technical abilities in a range of fun challenges. Players' scores were tallied over the course of the skills challenge, in order to identify the overall winners in Junior and Senior age categories.
Coerver Coaching Performance Camp Junior Skills Carnival Winner: Elijah Foster
Coerver Coaching Performance Camp Senior Skills Carnival Winner: Jalil Sarji
Congratulations to everyone involved in the Coerver Coaching Performance Camp, we look forward to seeing you all in 2019.