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St Marys Greensborough Junior Football Club have been fortunate to have VIDA Football assist the club with our junior development program. With 24 boys & girls sides in the YJFL ranging from U9’s through to U17 Colts for boys and U18 Youth for Girls, VIDA Football has been instrumental in assisting our Football Department provide the resources for our Coaches to help them develop our players. St Marys GJFC enjoy a great working relationship with Vince, Justin & Anthony at VIDA and as Head of Football at St Marys GJFC I strongly recommend their services for any junior football club.

Glen Costello

Head of Football, St Mary’s Greensborough Junior Football Club

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Developing Kicking Efficiency

Developing Kicking Efficiency

  Kicking is becoming more and more scrutinised as players transition from junior to teenage age groups. We are finding that players are spending less time in developing this particular area at the key skill development ages of 7 to 13.  Here at Vida Footy, we are experiencing players that are prepared to invest in […]

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Sav Rocca – Kicking Straight

Sav Rocca – Kicking Straight

Our resident kicking specialist, Sav Rocca had an article published by the Herald Sun by reporter Jay Clark talking about the importance of specialized skills training in footy.  At Vida footy, we belive in doing the extra work in making sure skills are developed at a young age.  When Sav came on board, we continued […]

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Creating “Thinking Players” for Junior Footy

Creating “Thinking Players” for Junior Footy

There are many ways to coach.  Different techniques, visions, goals, values and communication methods.  The end results of whatever coaching methods we use is usually measured in the success of the pre determined goal at the start of the season.  In senior footy this is usually measured in a Premiership Flag, for juniors it should […]

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