SFC: Coaching Staff 2016
Wednesday, 10 February 2016
The Subiaco Football Club have finalised their coaching staff for the 2016 season with a host of exciting additions.
Club legend Kevan Sparks returns to the coaching fold as well as 1986 Premiership player Todd Breman and ex-Carlton Richard Dennis.
SUBIACO LIONS COACHING PERSONELL 2016
Senior Coaching Staff
LEAGUE HEAD COACH
Jarrad Schofield returns for his fourth season at the helm with the aspiration of winning three straight WAFL flags. Schofield re-signed until 2018 over the off-season.
Wasley is in charge of developing the midfield group and will continue serve as an assistant to Schofield in 2016.
Ryan Redfern has been a part of the coaching staff during the last two premiership successes and will guide the forward group in 2016.
Shane Paap’s right hand man in 2015, Hamilton has been elevated to backs coach for the 2016 season.
Premiership coach Wayne Orsi will operate as Director of Coaching Development in 2016.
RESERVES HEAD COACH
Shane Paap will serve as the Reserves head coach for the second consecutive year.
Enders has been a part of the Subiaco coaching staff for over five years and will provide support for Paap and the senior list again in 2016.
Former Subiaco Premiership player Todd Holmes will return as an assistant for the reserves program and will continue to operate as league runner.
Colts Coaching Staff
COLTS HEAD COACH
Sean Wrigley will serve his second year as Colts coach with a focus on transitioning young players into our senior programs.
Golding will operate as midfield coach for the Colts in 2016.
Ben, the younger brother of ex-coach and WCE Premiership player Steve, will look after the young defenders coming through our Colts program.
Ex-Carlton player Richard Dennis joins the Colts coaching staff and will overlook the forwards in our Colts program
EXCELLENCE PROGRAM :
Development Coaches (16’s)
Mike Pannell fills the role of head coach after excelling as a Colts Assistant Coach.
One of the club’s most iconic characters, Kevan Sparks returns to coaching as an assistant to Pannell. Sparks has previously played and coached for Subiaco at league level. Sparks was also a defender in Subiaco's 1986 Premiership triumph.
1986 Premiership player Todd Breman joins the Excellence Program as an assistant. Todd’s son Aaron is currently transcending through the Subiaco colts program. Breman also played for Richmond in the late 80's.
New addition Stuart Page hails from the Sorrento Duncraig JFC and will work as midfield coach for the 16’s Excellence Program. Page has previously worked with the 15’s and showed plenty of promise.
Paul, father of Colts Mckenzie, joins the Subiaco coaching staff with a plethora of experience from the Northern Territory State 18’s Program and will operate as skills coach.
Clinch has been involved with the club through the Warwick Greenwood JFC and will apply his knowledge alongside Lawrence as a skills coach.