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FOR INFORMATION ON COLTS AND DIVISION 1 TRY OUTS FOR 2019 CLICK HERE

 

COLTS FOOTBALL 

(Rookie try outs June. Preseason starts June, Competition August to Dec)

In 2019 is for players aged 15-18 (born 2000-03 for 2019 season) and is played on Saturdays. Practices are Wednesday 6.30pm to 8pm and Friday 7-9pm during the preseason, film review nights are Monday or Tuesday with on-field practice on Wednesday in the regular season. The practice field is Waratah Athletics Track Sutherland.

An equipment fit out is held at the team gym prior to first practice. New players should inquire March to May. Serious players should be preparing physically for the season. Off season training occurs here and is discounted for club players.

*** Try outs for the 2019 season will be Friday 7-8pm on June 7th details here. ***

 

DIVISION ONE 

(Rookie tryouts June. Team preseason starts June, Competition August to Dec.)

The competition is for players aged 18 years and older, rookie players are welcome to join the team. Rookie try outs are usually in May to June every year. The Gridiron NSW season runs from September until December, games are played on saturdays.

Rookies should contact about joining off season practices from March to May. Team practices are Wednesday 7pm to 9pm and Saturday 3.30pm to 5.30pm in the preseason. In season film sessions occur Mondays. Ask yourself if you are preparing physically for the season.

Serious players should be preparing physically for the season. Off season training occurs here and is discounted for club players.

*** Rookie try outs for the 2019 season will be Saturday June 8th 3.30-4.30pm at Waratah Athletics Track. register your interest on the contact page***

Contact page here.

 

PREPARING FOR THE SEASON.

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Every year new players come to the club to start Gridiron for the first time. Some will be able to adapt to the game quickly and bring skills that transfer easily. Some however are not prepared physically.

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Gridiron, at its best, has a large ratio of preparation time to playing time. Additionally, there is no ‘B grade’. The best players will see the most game time and the coaches will not take on players who are not prepared physically. Training in the off season, watching film sessions, attending practices and mastering skills give the best return of time and energy,

Players will put themselves in the best position to succeed if they are strong, fast and agile. This is at a range of body types. The coaches will funnel new players towards positions that best suit their skills set and size. Our sport needs big players, smaller players, players who can tackle, block, catch, throw  kick and long snap. In a game of specialization, the coaches will find what you can do best and that is how you can best contribute to the team.

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