Sport

Great start for club's new coach

WELCOME ABOARD: Justin Anderson, Tim Lunnon and Scott Allison join forces for the 2013 season at Moore Park Beach Football Club. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail
WELCOME ABOARD: Justin Anderson, Tim Lunnon and Scott Allison join forces for the 2013 season at Moore Park Beach Football Club. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail Max Fleet

MOORE Park Beach Football Club welcomed new Division 1 coach Tim Lunnon in winning fashion at the weekend with a 3-1 win over Villa.

President Mark Haster said Tim has moved to Bundaberg from Tasmania and has a wealth of football knowledge to impart on the team.

"Tim will be assisted by the club's Div 1 coaching staff of Bruce Leslight, Jeff Irwin and Chris Townson," Haster said.

"The Club is excited with the prospect of entering the "4 Cities League" and to the opportunities and challenges it will bring" said Mr Haster.

Moore Park is also excited about its new Div 1 Ladies team under the direction of coach Paul Ash.

It will consist of some experienced players but will be predominately made up of younger girls who have come through the Moore Park ranks.

Negotiations are still underway for the Ladies to enter the "4 Cities League". 

Director of coaching Graham Hillocks said the Club has experienced coaches who will be coaching teams in most age groups.

"We are still taking registrations and are keen to particularly hear from any juniors wanting to play" Hillocks said.

The Div 1 men's team has been sponsored by Camerahouse and JLA Electrical and Snap Fitness for the 2013 season.

Topics:  bundaberg, football, moore park, soccer, sport




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