Players Aim for Club CoachFirst team players will be aiming for their Club Coach Award this week. As part of the club's community development scheme, all first team squad members will become involved in the schools coaching programme next season.The Club Coach course will be held Monday 2nd October - Wednesday 4th October 2000 condensed into three days and will run from 10am - 3pm at Beamont Training Facility.Players who are not at present in their World Cup camps or who are not participating in the World Cup, like Allan Langer, Andrew Gee, Toa Kohl Love and Tawera Nikau will all be put through their paces by Brian Chambers, Special Projects Officer. Brian said, "Primary Link is expanding and we need more coaches to deliver sessions to the children of Warrington. What better than to tap into the talent of the team, other clubs have done it and it has been a success. Warrington Wolves have the best community development programme by far and this only adds to it."The players last season made in excess of 900 appearances in the community, by coaching the children they are increasing their commitment to Warrington youth. Community Development is all about getting out into the community and increasing people's awareness of Rugby League.
02, Oct, 2000