Throughout the year, players should be encouraged to kick on both sides of their body. A player who can do has a significant advantage when it comes to playing at a higher level. Even if your player’s goals is not to play AFL, it is still important to teach both sides as it is a […]
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Congratulations to Matthew Signorello for getting drafted to the Adelaide Crows at pick number 62. Matthew has a great life opportunity which footy has given him, and we wish him all the best. How did he get there? Matthew, a 184cm tough, quick and athletic midfielder started his junior footy at West Preston Lake Side […]
Thanks to everyone which came along to the Holiday Program over the last few days. Luckily for everyone involved, it stayed dry today which made it a really great day some really helpful and skilled coaches and guests. A special thanks to Steele Sidebottom for coming down for the whole session today and staying longer […]
Hi everyone, we invite you to come and join us once again for our Vida Footy Clinic September holidays. We are running a School Holiday Clinic for all junior level players 14 years and younger. We are already planning the three day camp and we are also making sure that this holiday program will be […]
Our resident kicking specialist, Sav Rocca recently has an article published by the Herald Sun by reporter Jay Clark talking about he importance of specialised 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 […]
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 […]