Westlawn’s successful under-19 squad in 2009.
Westlawn’s successful under-19 squad in 2009.

New coaches for Westlawns new era

WESTLAWN Tigers Football Club is looking forward to the 2010 football season with the appointment of the highly qualified and respected coaching duo of Terry Stuart and John Nelson.

Following the mixed fortunes of the 2009 season – which saw the relegation of the Premier League team – the club was competitive for the entire campaign.

This despite Westlawn’s under-19 youth league team winning North Coast Football’s grand fnal.

As well as having teams in the top two divisions in the North Coast Football competition, the Tigers ran two other highly successful senior men’s teams, thus catering for all level of abilities and commitment.

The Crown Jaguars in Third Division, who finished with a semi-final position, and, of course, Westlawn’s legendary Crown Panthers, who went down in the grand final despite peppering their opposition’s net in the decider.

This season will be a rebuilding phase for the club with the focus being a return to Premier League in the 2011 season

Westlawn is also considering fielding a women’s team this season

With this goal in mind three trail games have already been organised for the pre-season against Orara Dingos, Coffs Coast Tigers and Woolgoolga Wolves.

Training will be held 6pm Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at Westlawn’s home grounds at Barnier Park, Junction Hill.

Inquiries phone Terry on 0438 630 104, John 0408 687 459 or go to www.westlawntigersfootballclub.com.



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