Are you passionate about women’s football and want to make a positive impact on the next generation of players? The Eastern Devils Women’s Football Club is looking for dedicated and enthusiastic coach to join our team and lead our Reserves side.
As a coach at the Eastern Devils, you’ll have the opportunity to work with some of the best up and coming players in the EFNL and help them develop their skills and reach their full potential. You’ll be part of a supportive and collaborative coaching staff who can mentor you as you develop, and you’ll get to settle into our brand new club rooms in 2023.
In addition to the satisfaction of helping athletes of all ages and abilities succeed, coaching at the Devils has a deep and rich history in womens football that shines through in the clubs 20+ year culture. Here, the girls are the stars, and we want to continue to champion that.
Whether you’re an experienced coach looking for a new challenge or you’re just starting out in the world of women’s football, we want to hear from you. You will be supported put through your Level 1 coaching course at minimum to ensure you are ready to go.
If you’re ready to take your coaching career to the next level, join the Eastern Devils Women’s Football Club and help us continue to grow and succeed. With both our Premier Division and Reserves sides competing in the 2022 Grand Finals, you will take on a group that can assist you in finding your feet as you discover your style of coaching.
Apply now to be considered for a coaching role with our club.
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After a hugely successful 2022 with our Seniors taking out the top division flag, and our reserves just falling short in the fight for the division four flag, the Devils are ready to bounce back after their first year in the EFNL.
Training will re-commence on Monday November 21st, and return twice a week on Mondays & Wednesdays at 6.30pm. The club is keen to continue its upward trajectory in 2023.
An exciting pre-season will be lead by 2022 Premiership coach Jason Cridland with some sensational guest appearances along the way.
“I am really excited about the challenges ahead in a second season in the EFNL and testing ourselves against opposition that are now familiar with our club and players. I’m excited to see if we can take our game to another level and excited to welcome new players to the club and to get to know them.”
2022 Premiership Coach Jason Cridland
The Devils are estatic to welcome VFLW Coach of the Year Brendan Major onto the team for the pre-season period, who will be running a program that helps players improve on those basic skills that are the staple of football and a key ingredient to the Devils success. Major returns to where it started for him in womens coaching, after leading the Devils Senior sides in the VWFL competition from 2014 – 2017.
We also look forward to seeing the return of John McNamara to the coaching panel, and welcoming Chloe Laan (2021/22 Essendon VFLW Development coach) as a development coach through pre-season.
Despite having some brilliant hands on deck, the club is still searching for a head coach for the Reserves side in 2023.
“For anyone who has an interest in becoming a coach, you couldn’t find a better time to join the Devils. Having guys like Jason, Major, John Mac & Chloe available to pick their brains and have as mentors, it really doesn’t get much better at a womens locallevel. If coaching is on your radar, now is a fantastic time to jump on board.“
Sarah McNamara – 2022 Captain
We will be welcoming down past players who have made it to the AFLW stage. Throughout pre-season there will be visits from Collingwood’s Sophie Casey & Stacey Livingstone, Richmonds Sarah D’Arcy and Gold Coast Captain, Tara Bohanna.
The club is so lucky to have the history and connection with past players who are always so generous at giving up their time. These players will be assisting with drills, passing on hints about how they play their role and and giving some insight on what its like to play at that next level.
The club is also keen to partner and work with local Junior clubs, welcoming younger members to trainings on Wednesday nights for skill development. Players who may not be of age to play senior womens football just yet, but may be interested in understanding what is required at that next level. It is of no cost to join in.
The committee is working hard to ensure we can offer the best we can for the girls in 2023, by getting the best hands available on deck and growing each year as a club with awareness on all levels. The club is striving to ensure all feel welcome and included. Women, those who identify women and non-binary individuals should know that they are in a safe space.
Find us at Mulgrave Reserve, 136 Garnett Rd, Wheelers Hill.
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