In regards to the above comment
"The constant turnover of coaches in two of the 4 regional teams is troubling."
I wouldn't say troubling, it's an unfortunate part of our game, but it's something that's been ongoing since these clubs were formed.
You'd probably find that in 90% of the cases over recent years, the reason for departing is often work or family commitments, it's rarely performance based, or management issues.
Most don't realise how much extra these regional coaches have to accommodate for as part of their role.
There is the extra media commitments and scrutiny, with TV, radio, newspapers and online all being dominant in those regions, where most metro clubs are lucky if they get Community News involvement.
There is the extra community involvements that come as being the sole club in that region, plus the fact they have full time jobs that sometimes take them away for work.
Sometimes things like the above actually make it a bonus to be a part of, especially when they have on-court success that gets them into the playoffs and deep in the finals, but it often means that the longevity of these coaches isn't often what their metro counterparts enjoy.