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Vic clubs U16 girls next season

If you were planning on moving a top age girl to find a stronger club and coach what clubs would you be considering?

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Without any more details, it is hard to guide you in the right direction as we have no idea as to where you live, what level your daughter is currently playing at, and why you may be looking to go to another club.

If your daughter is top age U14s this year, she will therefore be bottom age U16s next season. If you are going to move, that is the right time to be doing so.

If you are looking for quality coaching and a clearly defined pathway, some of the larger, more successful programs are the ones you should probably consider.

In U14 girls, Nunawading is dominant. They have two teams in Top 10 VC, with their 1's thrashing everyone at the recent classic. Other clubs like Frankston, Sandringham and Kilsyth are pretty good too. And then there is Melbourne.

Does you daughter really want to change clubs, or is the move being driven by the parents? Make sure it is really want your daughter wants before making any move and chasing a dream that may not be theirs.

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