GREATER Northern Region Rugby is on the hunt for coaches to lead the region’s best players into the 2019 Country Championships.
Applications are now open for coaching roles in both the under 23’s and women’s tackle sides ahead of the championships in march.
Tiger’s manager Scott Bone said applications were open until December 14.
“The squads will be selected on February 9 with matches to take place on March 9 and 16,” Bone said.
“For all positions, all applicants are to have completed the relevant Working with Children Check and any Accreditation required must be current and up to date, and presented as part of the application.”
Some coaching positions have already been filled with Warialda’s Peter Stevens to lead the Tiger’s under 18 team and Group 21 legend Steve Haylen named as under 16’s coach.
Competition for places in the junior sides was red hot with more than 200 players trying out for the under 16’s and under 18’s.
Bone said any potential applicants must have the proper accreditation.
“All coach positions must be a minimum of a Senior Club Coach Accreditation (SCC), with Sports Trainers positions open for Level two, Level one and LeagueSafe,” he said.
Expressions of Interest are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm December 14.