PRESS RELEASE: THURSDAY 13th NOVEMBER 2014

Following review of the coaching structure and the current club performance the Club is delighted to announce that Nic Corrigan has joined Cinderford RFC as a consultant to help develop and build the coaching system and support to the Club. Corrigan’s rugby career has spanned 12 years both as a player and following a career ending injury as a coach since 2008. The former Royal Navy & Henley Hawks second row joins on a consultancy basis to provide support to the current national league 1 campaign. Corrigan has worked in sport since 2007 working for the British Olympic Association and Premiership Rugby Ltd during that time. In recent seasons Nic has enjoyed success as Director of rugby at a level four Club, following promotion from level five .

Rob Worgan Chairman Cinderford RFC

Nic Corrigan, C5 Coaching Ltd “Naturally the opportunity to take this consultancy role was one I was excited and happy with. I see my role directly working with Neil Loader and Andrew Stanley to ensure that we can work to establish a successful campaign for season 2014 – 2015 and the clubs biggest assets, the Players, will be the one’s who will ultimately own and define this process. There is no doubt that this challenge excites me and I am grateful to the Board at Cinderford for choosing to contract my consultancy service at this point in the season.”

 

3 responses to “Cinderford announce Nic Corrigan as Lead Coach & Performance Consultant”

  1. Cinderford1234 says:

    lets get back to winning then cind!!

  2. jono says:

    Its experienced players thats needed not coaches !

  3. Terry says:

    All the players and staff at Cinderford are very fortunate to have Nick Corrigan joining. He will not only reshape the team and methods of play but build a backroom support model that will ensure success throughout the club. This will not be an easy task and will take time. Nick firmly beleives in developing young talent. This can only be good for a fabulous club such as Cinderford. I still have fond memories of taking an U16 team for a tour two years ago. I wish you all the success you deserve…..dont waste the money.

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