Warrington Wolves Supporters’ Trust Squadbuilder has generously contributed to the running of the Warrington & Cheshire player development centres for the 2011/2012 season.
Squadbuilder has made a significant contribution which has provided kit and equipment to 25 coaches and provided kit for two of the Age Groups.
Warrington & Cheshire are running for the 2011/2012 academic year
Learn to Train programs for u11s and u12s
Player Development Centres for u13 and u14s
Also a combined u15s/u16s development squad.
This allows 181 players across all the age groups gaining access to elite coaching.
The centres also encourage Coach Development with access to mentoring and coach education for all the coaches on the program.
Alan Kilshaw, Warrington & Cheshire Rugby League Development Manager said:
“Everyone involved in the Player Development Centres can’t thank Squadbuilder enough. Once again they have gone above and beyond to help the development of Rugby League players in the Warrington.
Not only have they supported the academies and scholarship programs this year, they have now helped to ensure the that Service Area squads have the correct kit and equipment and have enabled us to get a good quantity of kit for all the staff coaching on the program.
This support will help ensure the next generation of Warrington Wolves players are receiving the best coaching in a good environment assisting with there development from an early age.”
Roy Chicken, Chairman of Warrington Wolves Supporters’ Trust said
“Warrington Wolves Supporters’ Trust and Squadbuilder are delighted to continue support for the Service Area by providing kit for the coaches and two of the squads.
This fits with our commitment to support local young rugby league players and the coaches in their development.
We wish all the players and coaches good luck for 2012.”
Picture by Bob Brough