Coach Hynes keen to promote fun factor
KELLY Hynes wants to bring a culture of trust, fun and empowerment to her new role as head coach of Centrals Trinity Beach Bulldogs in the Cairns Netball Association.
In their second season in the competition, Hynes will coach the Bulldogs as well as acting as a co-coach for the Marlin Coast Marlins in the Queensland State Netball League.
Hynes recently relocated to the Far North from Melbourne and has spent two years coaching juniors in Cairns and is excited to take on both roles.
“We want to be a club that people enjoy playing at and want to come to each week,” Hynes said.
“I will work closely with the other coaches and senior players mentoring to ensure they are constantly learning about the game, coaches, teammates and themselves and that they have a say in the direction of our club and their netball development.
“The club is only in its second year so it is important we also develop a strong cohesion with all the other departments of our club, football and women’s football.
“Moving into senior coaching for me is natural pro- gression especially as experienced senior coaches seem to be a bit scarce in Cairns and there are many excellent junior coaches.
“Having a local team for the northern beaches allows netball to be accessible to many more people creating local training and reduced travel thus easy accessibility.”
Hynes replaces playercoach Rhegan Hartwig from last season.
EXCITED: Kelly Hynes.