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Coaches Shed # 2

AFL Goldfields is pleased to be running their second Coaches Shed event with Mick McGuane as the special guest.

As was the case with the first session this is not a guest speaker this is an open forum where everyone can engage in conversation and delve into the experiences of Mick McGuane.

 

Please see all details in the picture above and follow this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7DVHHW8 to reserve your place at the table.

 

 

At a glance this is some of what McGuane has achieved.

In 2000, McGuane took up his first coaching appointment with Tasmanian club Burnie. In 2001, he led them through an undefeated season, culminating in a premiership. McGuane then returned to Victoria to coach Gisborne in the Bendigo Football League for the 2002,[5] 2003 and 2004 seasons. In 2002 all three teams he coached (Under 18s, Reserves and Seniors) won their Grand Final. The seniors won again in 2003.

In 2005, McGuane was appointed a part-time scout at Richmond by coach Terry Wallace, but jumped to St Kilda the following year after securing a full-time coaching appointment under Grant Thomas. After Thomas was sacked at the end of the season, McGuane decided to quit.[6]

McGuane then coached the Balwyn Tigers seniors team in the Eastern Football League Division 1 in 2007. He came to the club at a tough time as they move into the highly rated EFL competition 1st Division. McGuane's coaching saw Balwyn into the finals in their first year in the competition.[7]

Season 2008 saw McGuane take the reins as Senior Coach at the Keilor football club in the EDFL where they were the eventual premiers. In 2016 Mick again took Keilor in the grand final for his 2nd premiership cup as coach. Mick will again take the reins at Keilor in 2017 for an 11th consecutive season as coach