Performance and Development Coaching Clinics:
Warrington Wolves Performance and Development Team will be running a series of coaching clinics looking at individual player specific coaching.
All coaches are welcome, however the clinics will be aimed at club and senior coaches looking to develop individuals' understanding and skill in their specific role.
The clinics will be held at William Beamont Sports College Vida facility, Thursday 17, 24 and 31 July, 6.00pm.
There will be reference material handed out on the evening, which will be used in conjunction with the Wolves scholarship and recruitment panel.
The sessions will be run by Gary Chambers (Player Performance Manager), Dave Elliott (Scholarship Manager), Brian Chambers (Coach Educator), and Vinny Webb (Academy Foundation).
The clinics will carry a continual Professional Development Certificate, which can be obtained, through the development office. To register on the clinics, please call Debbie at the Wolves Development Office on (01925) 635338.
No Case to Answer:
Wolves prop Nick Fozzard was found to have "no case to answer" at the disciplinary hearing in Leeds on Tuesday and is free to travel to Headingley for this Sundays match against the Rhinos.
Top Of The Pop's for Wolfie:
A School Crossing Patrol site in Bewsey, which had been without a patrol for over a year, now has a new Lollypop Lady. Thanks to Wolfie standing in on the crossing and promoting the shortage of School Crossing Patrol Attendants throughout Warrington, Mary Ward saw Wolfie's plea and answered it. After undergoing a Criminal Records Bureau Check, part of the recruitment process and on site Training she is now on Patrol.
Mary was welcomed to her crossing by Wolfie and children Kyle Molynoux, Emma Cragg, Philip Jones and Emma Cragg. She is looking forward to being able to help the children of safely cross the road and fulfill a vital role in the local Community.
"Wolfie is Top of the Pop's thanks to his help we have been able to employ a Patrol on a very busy crossing much to the delight of parents and pupils. Many motorists seem to ignore the 20 mph speed limit restriction outside the school making it dangerous for children to cross. With Wolfie promoting this national problem of recruitment we have had applications for other sites however we still have vacancies throughout the borough but thanks to Wolfie children at Bewsey Lodge Primary School can cross in safety" The Council is looking for School Crossing Patrol's in the following areas:
Beamont Juniors School - Norris Street/O'Leary Street Beamont Juniors School - Hallfields Road/Withers Avenue St Margarets Primary School - Long Lane, Orford Padgate Primary School - Station Road/Harpers Road Old Hall County Primary School - Cromwell Ave/Old Hall Road Park Road Primary School - Lingley Green Avenue/Park Road St Lewis' Catholic Primary School - Mustard Lane, Croft Contact Nik Iddon School Crossing Patrol Supervisor WBC 01925 443269Like