Graham Stokes - 2nds Colts Coach On The Final Against Sydney Uni -

Graham Stokes – 2nds Colts Coach On The Final Against Sydney Uni

“The team is full of young players and everyone is really excited to have the opportunity to be in a final,” says 2nds Colts coach Graham Stokes.

“We need to keep two feet on the ground and play really good rugby”.

Graham, is well versed as a coach,  coaching at Norths over the years has taught me a lot, Graham says, “ The team has a really strong unity amongst the players. They are all mates and love playing footy with their mates.

“I think the culture under Simon Cron and the influence of training against 3rd & 4th grade (older) players has assisted greatly.  It’s the players at Norths that are the backbone of this club.

“This is a young team and you see it rubbing off.”

A policeman in the NSW force for 32 years, Graham encourages fun and discipline in his coaching style.

“Most importantly you must enjoy playing. Win or lose, you have to get something out of it and, that is what this 2nds Colts team does.

“We are eager to Stop Uni  its  1 all with Uni and currently sitting 4th on the table.  All games are tough, but if we stay focused at the job in hand we can do it.

So Norths supporters, run on the 2nds Colts at Concord Oval on Sunday at 11.30am. GRAHAM STOKES – 2NDS COLTS COACH ON THE FINAL AGAINST SYDNEY UNI 

“The team is full of young players and everyone is really excited to have the opportunity to be in a final,” says 2nds Colts coach Graham Stokes.

“We need to keep two feet on the ground and play really good rugby”.

Graham, is well versed as a coach,  coaching at Norths over the years has taught me a lot, Graham says, “ The team has a really strong unity amongst the players. They are all mates and love playing footy with their mates.

“I think the culture under Simon Cron and the influence of training against 3rd & 4th grade (older) players has assisted greatly.  It’s the players at Norths that are the backbone of this club.

“This is a young team and you see it rubbing off.”

A policeman in the NSW force for 32 years, Graham encourages fun and discipline in his coaching style.

“Most importantly you must enjoy playing. Win or lose, you have to get something out of it and, that is what this 2nds Colts team does.

“We are eager to Stop Uni  its 1 all with Uni and currently sitting 4th on the table.  All games are tough, but if we stay focused at the job in hand we can do it.

So Norths supporters, run on the 2nds Colts at Chatswood Oval on Sunday at 11.30am. 

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