Wickham Wolves visit town to help de­velop ju­niors’ skills

Pilbara News - - Sport - Tom Zaun­mayr

Wickham Wolves Ju­nior Football Club play­ers and coaches trav­elled in­land to Pan­na­won­ica last month to run a se­ries of Aus­kick drills, fun and games.

Pan­na­won­ica Ju­nior Sports Com­mit­tee pres­i­dent Anna Mc­Cabe said the week­end made a no­tice­able dif­fer­ence to both play­ers’ and vol­un­teers’ skill lev­els.

“We don’t ac­tu­ally have a football club here in Pan­na­won­ica, so we’re re­ly­ing on vol­un­teers to teach kids,” she said.

“The Wickham guys re­ally showed us how to do things in a much eas­ier and more log­i­cal man­ner.

“The kids were able to ac­tu­ally able to have a game against Wickham which is one of the big chal­lenges here in Panna.”

Mrs Mc­Cabe said the com­mit­tee would look to have Wickham come out more of­ten, based on the suc­cess of this first trip.

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