WAIBOP’S fresh player on field
Waikato Bay of Plenty Football is pleased to announce the appointment of Dwayne Barlow as communications manager for WaiBOP Football.
Barlow brings 15 years of experience in the communications industry and 16 years of experience in local football to the part-time role.
From 2007 to 2012, Barlow held two management roles for Metso Mining & Construction.
While working for the Matamata Company, Barlow became well-known in the local football community, particularly for his long-term involvement with Matamata Swifts AFC.
WaiBOP chief executive Cam Mitchell says Barlowwill provide a new dimension to football in the region.
‘‘Dwayne’s community expertise will provide strategic insight into football development.’’
Barlow joins WaiBOP after the recent departure of Futsal and Communications manager, Brayden Lissington.
Part-time Bay of Plenty Futsal Development coach Joe Dixon will now adopt a full-time role as Futsal Development Officer.