Supercharged Saturday a Success
The Killarney Vale Bombers Senior Women's Program kicked off their inaugural Supercharged Saturday with a bang!
The day was designed to test our girls physically, mentally, and in leadership. They all pushed themselves beyond their limits and out of their comfort zones, tallying over 16kms in challenges and conditioning throughout the day.
Teamwork and culture building took centre stage as the Pink, Blue, and Green teams battled it out, showcasing intense competitiveness and camaraderie.
Despite the fierce competition, everyone walked away a winner, building on the tight-knit bond and culture already instilled within the team.
The girls are now ready to tackle the 2024 season head-on!
Senior Men Hold Successful Camp
Well done to our Mens Squad after completing our annual preseason camp at Seal Rocks the weekend before last.
The camp was specifically designed to test the group physically, build leadership and push everyone outside their comfort zone.
The group, a mix of old and new faces, covered over 45km across the weekend (36km on the Saturday alone!) which included dune sprints, beach running, speed and power circuits, team building activities and football craft.
We now shift our focus to our upcoming trial matches which begin on 9 March.
A huge thanks to our senior coaching staff and Michael McGill from our awesome sponsor Gage Roads Brew Co for all their help and support.
Keep an eye our for the report from our Women's "Super Saturday" which was held on Saturday.
Arthur Appointed Coach of U17's
Killarney Vale AFC is pleased to announce the appointment of Ryan Arthur as Coach of their U17's Youth Boys team for the 2024 season.
Ryan is a current 1st Grade player for the Bombers and was a member of their 2022 Premiership side.
Ryan will bring a 1st Grade approach to the team which will be ideal in the players development and also ensure they have an enjoyable season.
In further development the Club has announced that it will continue to have a standalone team for 2024 and is looking at playing home matches on a Friday night which may suit those players who work on weekends.
The club will be training on Thursday nights at Adelaide St Oval from 6pm with the first session tonight where you can meet Ryan.
Killarney Vale Coaching Coordinator, Corey Shackleton was thrilled with the appointment.
"To have a current 1st Grade and Premiership player as the U17's coach is a coup for the club and will provide great opportunities for the players" Shackleton said.
"Ryan is an excellent clubman and has shown an enthusiasm for the role" he added.