It is difficult to put a challenge on the computer; I would rather look YOU straight in the eye Coach and say, “I Dare YOU To Teach/Encourage; Your Players to
Who has some “sage advice” for … Players: To love the game, love playing the game, compete & work hard, and always have fun. Experienced Coaches: To teach kids to be
What does it take to improve a new skill? We’re nearing the end of 2020 and yet we still have 2 months to go. That’s plenty of time to take
Dear All, In this year of frustration we find ourselves wondering: when will we play, where will we play and what will be the future of the game we love.
District 7 held its first Chatboree. Although not attended by many; the time chatting was enjoyed by those involved and found to be very helpful. If anyone would like an idea of
AS I WRITE THIS SADLY WE STILL ARE NOT ABLE TO GET OUR KIDS ON THE FIELD “SAFELY”. HOPEFULY THAT WILL CHANGE BY SPRING. OUR “GOAL” IS TO HAVE A
Reading “Karl’s Komments” about what to do in Corona-time for individual players; it struck me that most advise pointed in the direction of working on ball control skills and fitness.
We can all use a “Brain Break” from time to time. But what’s become abundantly clear is that our young athletes can really use one too. Have you noticed how
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