The innovative Roos coaching group are looking to the skies for that edge. Utilizing a drone (Thanks to Craig Bell); training drills and plays can be “fine tuned” with the use of this amazing resource.
Image of the drone hovering near the Barkeroos clubrooms.
For more Senior Roos action click on the SENIORS link above…..
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In very warm conditions; the Barkeroos had the better of the Yankalilla Tigers in a trial match at Cornerstone College (Mt Barker) on Saturday. The Roos will now look to their Round One clash V Echunga on April 14 @ ABLE Storage Oval. Pictured amongst the Tiger players are new recruit Mark Thomas and ruckman, Luke Giles to his left. Check out more action images on the “SENIORS” link.
From a Jack of all Trades to the King of KAVEL. Congratulations go to Dan CREGAN (MP); a recent “Trainer” with the Mount Barker football club. Representing the Liberal Party, CREGAN contested the seat of KAVEL in the State Election on Saturday. Cregan and the Liberal Party were successful and will now form the Government of South Australia in their own right. Dan or should we say Minister CREGAN is pictured with some of our esteemed trainers, Lorraine Marshall, Megan Marshall and David Cox. Also (Right) CREGAN depicted on one of the numerous election posters seen around the district in the past month. Onya Dan.
Senior Coach Scott Tidemann instructing his players in their Thursday night training session. The Roos will travel to Gepps Cross on Saturday March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day) in their first of two trial matches before the season kicks off on April 14.
Read all the latest club news in the latest Roos News out now.
- Senior Men’s Squad first preseason game this Saturday
- Meet the coaches
- Training schedule
- Save the dates
- Registration information for 2018
Mount Barker Football Club are holding their annual Sponsors’ Breakfast
Friday April 20
Guest Speaker is Jenny WILLIAMS
Jenny Williams is a South Australian sportsperson who represented South Australia in six sports, namely lacrosse, indoor lacrosse, touch, soccer, cricket and Australian rules football. She is the daughter of Fos Williams, and the sister of Mark , Anthony and Stephen Williams. Williams was inducted into the KPMG South Australian Sport Hall of Fame in October 2013.