NZ FOOTBALL GIRLS SKILLS CENTRE
IN AN EXCITING NEW INITIATIVE, MIRAMAR RANGERS HAS PARTNERED WITH CAPITAL FOOTBALL TO PROVIDE A NZ FOOTBALL SKILLS CENTRE FOR GIRLS.
In line with our commitment to develop a pathway for women's football at Miramar Rangers, the new NZ Football Girls Skills Centre will provide extra quality training sessions in a girls-only environment with access to specialist female coaching staff!
The Girls Skills Centre will be overseen by Capital Football's Women's Development Officer, Emma Evans, and Miramar Ranger's Director of Football, José Figuiera, and will draw on a range of coaching talent from the women's game and Team Wellington.
The NZ Football Girls Skills Centre replaces the Team Wellington PDP for girls and we're sure you will all be very pleased with this latest evoluation in the girls' space at Miramar.
The girls who were registered for the Team Wellington PDP have been automatically enrolled in the Girls Skills Centre and we are now calling for Expressions of Interest to fill the remaining spaces available.
The Centre is open to all girls at Miramar Rangers, whether they play Girls Only or Mixed football.There is no minimum skill level requirement. Challenges will be targeted to each individual's level.
Indian Sports Centre, Kemp Street, Kilbirnie. Having this fantastic indoor facility on our doorstep in Kilbirnie means we'll never have to cancel a session!
FRIDAYS 6.45-7.45am - For girls born 2001-2004
FRIDAYS 5.30-6.30pm - For girls born 2005-2008
$100 for Term 2, 2017 ($10 per session)
If paying via internet banking, the Club's account number is:
EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST HERE
You need to complete one form per player.
NOTE - if your player was previously enrolled in the Team Wellington PDP Girls session
and a place for Term 2 has been confirmed by Rosie, you do not need to fill out an Expression of Interest form.
MANAGEMENT & COACHING TEAM
Head Coach & Overseer
Emma Evans is the Head Coach of the Capital Football National Women’s League team and Women’s Football Development Officer at Capital Football. Emma grew up in Wellington and played all her junior football for Miramar Rangers, before going on to represent Capital Football in the National Women’s League. Emma will oversee the NZ Football Skills Centres run at Miramar, and is currently working towards her NZF/OFC B Licence.
Emma Main is a New Zealand Age Grade Representative, who has played in both U17 and U20 World Cup Qualifying Tournaments, as well as the U17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan in 2016. Emma has represented Capital Football in the National Women’s League for the past three campaigns and looks forward to helping develop the next generation of players in the region. Emma will be a part of the Capital Football Female Coach Development Programme throughout 2017-2018.
Katie Barrott was a New Zealand Age Grade Representative and has been a member of the Capital Football National Women’s League team since 2011. Katie also captained the Capital Futsal National Women’s League side in 2017. Katie has coached on Capital Football’s Federation Talent Centre for the past three years and will be working towards her Senior Level 2 and Youth Level 3 Coaching Qualifications in 2018, as well as being part of the Capital Football Female Coach Development Programme.
Photograher - Michael Welsh