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SOUTH Warrnambool is eager to name a coach to lead their senior Western Victoria Female Football League team in 2022. Roosters women’s football coordinator Jock O’Connor said she was helpful, but had a lot of experience. in sports was not required. He said it might be suitable for someone with coaching experience in another sport. MORE SPORT: Training partnership to help female cricketers “I think it’s about time – it makes sense to have more female involvement and perspective,” said O’Connor. “I’m more than happy to be a mentor or to help out, but I think for women’s football to move forward there has to be more involvement.” O’Connor said “good ambition and good communication skills” would help in the role. “We have good numbers and a good team, but whoever you name as coach makes a difference,” he said. “It will be an important meeting.” Brenton O’Rourke – the club’s first female coach who led it to his first term in 2019 – has stepped down for family reasons. “He’s been fantastic for us and has done a great job,” said O’Connor. “He was really enthusiastic and passed on a lot of knowledge and competitiveness.” Chris Meade will retain his role as South Warrnambool Under-18 coach. “He was absolutely brilliant,” O’Connor said. The Western Victoria Female Football League season is scheduled to begin in April.

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