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19 Apr ‘Physical Preparation & Fitness’ Seminar – Feedback

The Modern Game would like to say a big thanks to Sean Murphy for facilitating our seminar on “Physical Preparation & Fitness” on Wednesday 18th April.  The seminar was well supported by East Ringwood, Upper Ferntree Gully, Knox Falcons and Ferntree Gully Eagles Junior Football Clubs with 54 people in attendance and, as part of the questions on our seminar feedback form, we asked the participants what they liked most about the workshop and below is a few comments that we received:
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17 Feb A night with South Croydon Juniors

On Monday 6th February, The Modern Game visited South Croydon Junior football Club where we delivered a workshop on 'Effective Coaching & Planning'.  There was approximately 30 participants in the room made up of junior coaches, assistant coaches, senior club representatives, interested parents and committee members; a very interactive workshop with a club who are clearly committed to developing their coaching group and giving their junior players the best opportunity to develop and improve.
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28 Dec New Business Name – ‘The Modern Game’

Plan to Win will now be known as "The Modern Game". Plan to Win was originally born out of partnering with senior football clubs (only) and at the time, the name suited the business model perfectly. However, our business model has evolved significantly in the past few years and the name Plan to Win no longer aligns with our core business and hence it is important that we distanced ourselves from the word 'winning' and we re-named our business to reflect who we are.
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21 Sep Building a pathway and synergies between junior & senior clubs

Brendan Mason is the Director of "Same Page Cultures" and has an extensive back ground in Organisational Development at both a Corporate and Sporting level along with a comprehensive coaching background. Brendan has coached Box Hill Football Club the year before it became the Box Hill Hawks, AFL (Richmond Under 19's) Eastern Ranges (Head Coach) and extensively throughout both Victorian Country Football Leagues (Ballarat, Bendigo and Warrnambool) and the Metro Football Leagues (Eastern Football League first division, VAFA,  A Grade level).
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