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NNSWF 2018 Women’s State Cup Dinner

July 4th, 2018

Northern NSW Football invites all players, coaches and managers involved in the Women’s State Cup to a social networking opportunity on the Saturday evening of the event.

Join us for dinner, meet players from other participating clubs and hear from our special guest speakers surrounding injury prevention and the implementation of athlete development in clubs.

Date: Saturday, 14th July 2018

Location: Club Macquarie,  458 Lake Rd, Argenton NSW 2284

Time: 7:00pm for 7:30pm start to 9.00pm

Cost: $35 pp for 2 course buffet meal (payment to be made in advance via the below link)

Dress Code: Semiformal or club tracksuit

RSVP: HERE by COB Monday 9th July 2018 (80 seats available)

About Our Guest Speakers

Tom Russell: Physiotherapist and Managing Director of Next-Gen Physiotherapy

Next-Gen Physiotherapy provides a fresh and leading edge approach to physiotherapy centred on the philosophy of recovery, maintenance of progress and prevention of future injuries.

Erin Wilson: Owner and Director of Urban Base Fitness

Urban Base Fitness uses evidence based programming with a focus on long term performance outcomes through the design, adaptation and tailoring of exercise programs specific to the fitness and performance goals of each member.

This invitation is open to players, coaches, managers and club supporters. Please note you must RSVP as per above.

If you have any further questions, contact NNSWF Female Participation Officer Holly Ayton.

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