More Coach Development opportunities announced at this week’s Proctor Park Challenge

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Following on from a successful Bathurst Cup Coach Development Workshop has come the news that Football NSW has announced a further two events set to take place at this week’s Proctor Park Challenge.

Held in Bathurst, the upcoming Proctor Park Challenge which is being held at Proctor Park (Bathurst) for Under 12-18 Girls over February 10th-11th, will feature two coach development opportunities for coaches with CPD hours available.

Coaches Workshop with Young Matilda Coach Leah Blayney 

This workshop will be led by Young Matildas Coach Leah Blayney, and supported by Football NSW’s Regional Development Manager Andrew Fearnley.


  • Date: Saturday February 10th
  • Venue: Panthers Bathurst (Piper Street, Bathurst)
  • Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Coaches are asked to register for the Workshop Here

Coaches with an advanced coaching licence (C, B, A Licence) will be eligible for 2 CPD Hours for attending.

There is learning opportunities for community coaches also.


Talent ID Workshop and Talent ID Implementation 

In addition, Football NSW will also be providing opportunity for Coaches to attain CPD Hours by using the Football Australia Talent ID App.

This will also assist both Football NSW and Football Australia in Talent Identification.

Coaches will need to attend an 9:00am – 9:20am Introduction Workshop at Proctor Park (Clubhouse) on Saturday to understand how to analyse the players and use the App.

There will be an additional 10:30am Workshop for any Coaches unable to attend the 9:00am Workshop.

After attending the short workshop, any Coaches who submit 10 Player Assessments will then be eligible for 2 CPD Hours.

Coaches are asked to register for the Talent Identification Workshop by Thursday February 8th at 12pm using the below link so we can produce individual log-ins.

Talent ID Workshop Registration

There will be focus on Under 14s, Under 15s and Under 16s with the Talent ID.