NEGS, in partnership with Hockey NSW, is launching of an official Player Pathway Program incorporating high performance coaching delivered exclusively to NEGS students. This will be the first of its kind outside of major metropolitan high schools.
Students from years 7 to 12 will be eligible to attend the trials. This includes current NEGS students, as well as girls from around Australia and the world. Those successful in making it into the year-round hockey program will receive intensive training and skills development delivered to them as current and newly enrolled NEGS students.
To support the delivery of this program, NEGS is building a state-of-the-art synthetic hockey field that will meet international standards.
If you’d like to find out more about the program, or register for trials, please complete the form below or contact Kelly Smitham Director of Marketing & Enrolments at email@example.com or on 02 6774 8700
The Player Pathway Program is designed to develop female hockey students 12 to 18 years of age, in a school environment. The program is specifically designed to comply with the Hockey NSW Pathway.
The Player Pathway Program is not a participation program and is aimed at producing top level athletes as they move forward on the Hockey NSW Player Pathway. The program will run for the 4 school terms each year, commencing in 2019.
Players will participate in twice weekly on pitch training sessions delivered by Hockey NSW Regional Coaches, and participate in weekly strength and conditioning sessions. Established programs with nutritionists and sports psychologists will also assist Player Pathway participants throughout the program.
Hockey NSW also provide athlete skill identification and Individual Player Plans (IPP) for all students to identify areas for improvement during the program.
The program is administered by Hockey NSW and will be directed by Richard Willis, Hockey NSW Pathway Manager. Coaching will be provided by Greg Doolan, Hockey NSW Regional Coaching Coordinator. Greg has had National Coaching success in Advanced Coaching roles.