Rovers Farewell Coach
07 November 2015
Hamersley Rovers SC would like to thank and say farewell to first team coach Stuart Harrison. He has taken a new job in the north of WA and won't be available to carry on his role with the club.
Stu joined us in Janurary and took over the first team coaching role during pre-season. A run of 7 wins in 8 games at the start of the season saw us 2nd in the table at one stage and ultimately gave us the platform to remain a Premier League club. Stu did a wonderful job guiding the team and he will be sorely missed at the club for someone who only spent a short time with us.
We would like to wish Stu and his family all the best in their relocation to the Kimbely region and in his new job.
The club will be advertising for a new coach to lead the team for the 2016 season. All enquries to email@example.com
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