Hoopsaddict37
Last week

Junior Coaching lineups 2022

It's that time of the year again. What are clubs Div 1 coaching line up looking for 2022?

Forrestville have just released there line up

Girls
Under 10 - Dee Ranford
Under 12 - Jodie Bell
Under 14 - Darryl Crump
Under 16 - Damian Weeks
Under 18 - Thomas Hilbig
Youth League - Paul Taverna

Boys
Under 10 - Trudy Sheffield
Under 12 - Stephen Shinnick
Under 14 - Paul Harris
Under 16 - Joel Juncken & Stephen Kellis
Under 18 - Brad Haydon
Youth League - Kyle Vucetic

How are other clubs snapping up ?

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Anonymous  
Last week

Great pick ups in 16 Boys.

Will the last one at North please turn out the lights?

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-  
Last week

don't think too many coaches have been announced yet - be better left until after the current season - although it would be nice to know before trials - but I'm sure the club would tell you at trials

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sixtiesrockstar  
Last week

Not many female coaches in that lineup.
Guess that makes 16boys coach rumours true and official.

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Hoopsaddict37  
Last week

Eastern mavs

BOYS
U10 ROHAN MUMFORD
U12 TAYLAR MARSTON
U14
AMANDA WILLIAMS
U16 DANIEL WRAY
U18 MICHAEL WILLIAMS
GIRLS
U10 JOSHUA LLOYD
U12 JAMES RATTUS
U14 SHAUN BELL
U16 SCOTT RATTUS
18 DANNY MILLARD

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Anonymous  
Last week

What happened to SA Country coach Hayden Sewell @ Mavs? He was boys coach of the year?

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Anonymous  
Last week

761 he's on Facebook, send him a message and ask him if you’re that concerned.

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Anonymous  
Last week

sixties 3 of the 10 Div 1 ooaches are female at Forestville. I'd suggest not many clubs if any will beat that. Eastern have 2. 30/70 is a good result and actually what the ASC says clubs should be aiming for in regards to participation numbers by sex.

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Anonymous  
Last week

Who cares if it's 100% male or female, put the best candidate in the position.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^^ funny how when you do it like that, the 'best candidate' is almost always male

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Anonymous  
Last week

In no way do I believe either Forestville or Eastern did anything but appoint the best coaches it could.

In no way do I believe either club (in the words of Ronda Rousey) "do something nice for the ladies"

Both #789 & #823 are nothing but sexist trolls and should be ignored in this thread. As too should sixtiesrockstar's baseless dig.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^^ how are either of the posts you mention sexist? Your RR quote makes no sense btw

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Anonymous  
Last week

Unless we know the participation rates of females in coaching, and then further look into if they actually want to progress to higher grades, then it's hard. Of course there is definitely sexism if similar qualified candidates apply, the male would normally get it, I'm male btw.
But it's nearly similar to actual player participants in basketball, males significantly outnumber females. Club's would have to be proactive in getting females to coach and also give them more skills, such as maybe opening up more assistant roles in higher divisions.
I'm sure the same thing occurs in netball where male coaches are in the minority.

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Anonymous  
Last week

^^ in Vic female participation is 32%, this is not reflected in leadership roles, eg coaching.

You might be surprised at the amount of men coaching netball considering it's a mostly female sport

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Youngest MC  
Last week

I swear we have this every year!
In terms of female coaching participation BSA recently held a club coaching course 11 men and 1 woman attended!
When they did the community coaching course 13 men and 3 women.
In terms of "credited" coaches, men probably outweighs women.
I'm also sure the last year Ingham was in charge he ran a couple women only coaching clinics and they didn’t get more than 5-6 people rock up

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Anonymous  
Last week

^^ Think about when those clinics are run. Do one on a weekday during the day, or via zoom and see if the turnout changes

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Relax Coach  
Last week

To the issue of women coaching.
Personally I believe it would be beneficial to have more women coaching.

Unfortunately in most circumstances they just do not put themselves forward.

Clubs are always looking for good coaches.

So ladies be the agent of change. Volunteer, do a coaches course, get involved, start by being an assistant coach, apply for the positions.

Stop thinking the problem is a guy who put his hand up and helped out, the problem is you didn't.

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Anonymous  
Last week

The Tucker Centre is a great place to find quality (well researched) information on this topic, if you are actually interested in gender equality. This is a link to a PDF titled 'Shifting the Narrative about Women Sport Coaches'. Hope it helps

Link

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Anonymous  
Last week

STURT

BOYS

U10 - Wesley knights
U12 - Matthew Chambers
U14 - Jason Willams
U16 - Alex Wright
U18 - Daniel Haebich

GIRLS

U12 - Jeremy Ramintas
U14 - Lynne Holland
U16 - Ben Gliddon
U18 - Katherine Mcphail

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

"Clubs, Basketball SA and indeed most of the junior coaches are readily accessible to voice complaints or issues in a more professional, private and appropriate manner than publicly on this forum."

No they are not. If they were this forum wouldn't have 2/3 of its posts. The fact this forum still is up is proof this claim is rubbish.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

Yes they are.

Ring up or email Basketball SA. Contact club JDO's or Presidents via mobile or email.

Email the coaches or private message the coach via social media direct.

The fact 2/3s of these complaints occur anonymously on this forum is because people are too gutless to put their names to complaints and enjoy being negative without consequence.

2/3s of such complaints are by people with an agenda and/or personal grudge. If their name was attached then comments could be appropriately analysed.

Think about who are most likely to complain about a junior volunteer coach (apart from the obvious sad individual) - someone at the coach’s club (ie didn’t get picked for div 1) or someone at another club who wouldn’t know first thing about the particular coach and either has a personal grudge or just trying to discredit them for competitive advantage.

If you are using this forum for a proper check and balance then put full name and email address to the complaint.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

(Mod: Legally questionable.)

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Anonymous  
Earlier this week

(Mod: Legally questionable.)

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Isaac  
Earlier this week

Mass thread pruning has taken place. If you want to get yourself in legal hot water, do it somewhere else where the risk doesn't end up with me.

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