Coghill signs on for an unprecedented sixth season

Experienced coach, Jaryd Coghill, will continue his role as Senior Women’s Coach after recommitting to season 2022. In 2021, Jaryd lead a new look Trober women’s program with many new players joining the Club after several significant retirements. The women began their season flying with a 2-2 record before the season was derailed by covid interruptions. This, however, didn’t break the spirits of our women as they turn their focus to a big off-season in preparation for season 2022.

Jaryd began coaching our Senior Women in 2017 and has continuously risen to the challenges he has faced, overcoming them to always place the women in the best spot possible. His continuous ability to create an enjoyable environment, a safe space to learn the game and develop players saw Jaryd get shortlisted this season for the AFL National Volunteer Senior Coach of the Year award.

Jaryd is enthusiastic about 2022, saying “I think if we retain most of our list from this season, which were mostly new players and aim for a good solid pre-season, my hopes and goals for us is to play finals again. To be competitive in all games, win games and play finals”.

Congratulations Jaryd on the re-appointment and we are excited for season 2022! 

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