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SAP program for 2019 to continue to develop youth skills

October 11th, 2018

PLANNING for North Coast Football’s Skills Acquisition Program (SAP) for 2019 is already well underway.

Trials for the Under-10, 11 and 12 Boys and Under-12 and 14 girls are being held in November at the York Street playing fields.

Anyone interested attending the above trials will need to register prior by sending an email to Could all emails please include the name and the date of birth of all players.

The trial dates for the under-10 boys, under-12 girls and under-14 girls are Wednesday, November 7, Monday, November 12 and Wednesday, November 14. These trials startr at 4.30pm and are expected to last an hour.

The trial dates for the under-11 boys and under-12 boys are Monday, November 5 and Wednesday, November 7. The trials will be held from 5.30pm to 7pm.

ALL players from the 2018 SAP program will be invited to join Week 2 of trials (with those selected to progress from the above trials) in respective age groups, from which the final squads will be announced.
For the under-11 boys and under-12 boys, the SAP runs for 36 weeks (6 weeks pre-Christmas and 30 weeks in 2019 during school terms).

The other age groups start their programs when school starts in 2019.

If you would like to know more about the Skills Acquisition Program contact North Coast Football’s technical director Gary Phillips at or go to .

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