This is Al’s second stint of Senior Coaching at Macedon FNC having been Senior Playing Coach from 2011-2013.
Al has a long association with the club, first playing with the Juniors way back in 1989! In addition to coaching he has also held executive committee positions over the years giving him well rounded experience in Club Operations and priorities pertaining to Community Sport.
He is passionate about coaching and the development of players, not just on the field, but also providing support off it. Building relationships, developing mutual trust and respect, leadership and culture are all fundamental elements in Al’s overall philosophy.
Al enjoyed a long and fulfilling local football playing career which included 4 Senior Best & Fairest’s, and a RDFNL Bowen Medal. His highlight so far, being a Senior Playing Premiership Coach at Heathcote in Season 2009.
Now he is looking forward to coaching from the sidelines and providing young kids and adults with the opportunity to be part of a sustainable, community focused club at Macedon.
Senior Assistant Coach
Andrew will continue in his role for the 2nd season as Senior Assistant Coach. He joined Macedon in 2017 off a successful stint at Romsey as Assistant Coach in their 2015 Premiership & then Senior coach in 2016. Andrew is a Level 2 coach with enormous experience at Under 18’s, Reserves, Senior & Inter-league level.
He played his Junior footy at Anglesea before moving to Newcastle in his early 20’s where he played, coached the Under 18’s & became a life member of the Warners Bay Football Club. After moving back to Melbourne in 2008 Andrew has always been involved in coaching with stints at Keilor Park, Melton and then Romsey.
It’s great to have someone so passionate about their footy around developing our young players and working with the coaching team.
We welcome Wayne in the Reserves coaching role for Macedon Football Netball Club.
Under 19.5 Coach
Richard has extensive coaching experience in the Macedon Juniors across a variety of age groups and is well respected in the MJFC and in the local community.