A few weeks out from the start of the community season, the Oran Park Rovers Division 4 All Age Ladies team are still without a coach.
But last week, in the spirit of Female Football Week, Westfield Young Matildas and Future Matildas coach Leah Blayney offered to help out by running a training session for the team.
The Rovers were put through their paces with an intense but fun training session, working on a number of aspects including body shape, playing forward, and being more positive in their play.
See how the training session went below:
If you're interested in coaching at the Oran Park Rovers, get in touch with the club here.
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