Bueno celebrates another goal for the Ultra Football Central League Champions, Napier City Rovers. Photo by Steph Gunther Photography
Ultra Football Central League current Golden Boot holder Martin Bueno will be running coaching sessions for young players in the Bay.
Bueno currently holds the Golden Boot for the Ultra Football Champions Napier City Rovers, and National League side Hamilton Wanderers.
One of the country's leading strikers, Bueno scored 26 goals in 18 games for Rovers last season, and 12 in 15 for Hamilton Wanderers in the National League, taking his overall tally to 38 goals 33 games over the winter and summer seasons.
Bueno also has a wealth of coaching experience in Uruguay, Italy and the United States. He also coaches on the Napier City Rovers Academy and Holiday Skills Program, and over summer was coaching at the Ricki Herbert Academy in Hamilton.
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Bueno's previous clubs include:
Acropoli AFC (Italy)
Rampla Juniors (Uruguay)
Plaza Colonia (Uruguay)
Cerró largo (Uruguay)
Alacranes de Durango (Mexico)
Las Vegas City ( EEUU)
Anahuac FC (EEUU)
Gallico Catona (Italy)
Napier City Rovers (New Zealand )
Hamilton Wanderers (New Zealand)
Rovers goalkeeper Alex Britton will be coaching up-and-coming keepers at Park Island. Photo by Steph Gunther Photography.
Alex Britton, Napier City Rovers Central League goalkeeper will be running goalkeeping coaching sessions for budding young keepers in the Bay.
This is a unique opportunity to have focused goal keeping sessions from an experienced coach and National League player.
Alex, who also coaches at the Paul Ifill Football Academy (PIFA) in Masterton, is offering his coaching clinics to junior and youth players in Hawke's Bay.
See Alex’s bio below and details on how to book a spot.
Group sessions and 1 v 1 available on Fridays. Don’t miss out.
Island Bay United (Capital Premiership)
Wairarapa United (Central League)
Tasman United (ISPS Handa Premiership)
Hawkes bay United (ISPS Handa Premiership)
“As a player I've been privileged enough to have worked with some of the top goalkeeper coaches in the country such as Mark Paston, Jonathan Gould and Michael Utting.
“I am the current goalkeeper coach for the Paul Ifill Football Academy (PIFA), based in Masterton. I have experience in working with goalkeepers of multiple ages and abilities, ranging from age 9 to 18.”
Topics range from
- Shot stopping
- Taking crosses
Group sessions or 1 on 1 sessions are available on Fridays. Sessions times are flexible.
To register your interest email Alex at Alexbritton18@gmail.com
The Thirsty Whale Napier City Rovers Central League team have a long standing tradition of fueling up at the Forge Restaurant in Dannevirke when traveling to away games.
The Forge Restaurant is a highlight of the long drive south for the Blues when they are on the road.
A delicious breakfast at the popular Dannevirke eatery always leaves the squad feeling ready for the challenge ahead.
Announcing their sponsorship on their official Facebook page, the restaurant said they are delighted to be joining forces with the Ultra Football Central League champions.
"The Forge Restaurant is proud to announce that we are now official sponsors of the Napier City Rovers Central League football team."
"One of the most successful football clubs in New Zealand, Rovers were crowned Ultra Football Central League champions last season and coaches Bill Robertson and Stu James will be hoping to repeat the feat this season.
"Bec and the team at The Forge Restaurant will welcome the lads for breakfast on every away trip and hope that we can contribute towards a successful season."
Blues fans, when in Dannevirke, make sure you stop in at the Forge Restaurant.
The 2019 AGM will be held Monday, 25 March.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of members of Napier City Rovers Football Club(Inc) will be held in the clubrooms, Park Island, NAPIER ON Monday 25th March at 7.00pm.
Season tickets for the Ultra Football Central League champions are now on sale.
Buy today and get behind the team this season.
Email Fiona at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order, or fill out the form below.
Pay online at Westpac 03 0698 0978560 00, or at the club rooms.
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Junior Blues Coach: Phil Doran, Rovers chairman, to lead Open Grade team
Thirsty Whale Napier City Rovers is delighted to announce Phil Doran as Open Grade coach for the upcoming season.
The Rovers chairman is well-known in the region and has a great rapport with many local junior and youth players. As a Central Football Federation Talent Centre coach, Doran has been involved with junior and youth development in the region for the last three years, having previously coached in Auckland as well as his native Scotland.
An experienced coach, with advanced New Zealand Football junior coaching credentials, Doran is looking forward to working with the Rovers Open Grade team in 2019 as he strives to develop them as players, as well as fortifying their love of football.
“My objective this season is the same as last season - to provide the best opportunity and environment I possibly can to enhance individual players’ growth and development, and I aim to have a lot of fun doing it. I also want to reinforce their passion for the game,” says Doran.
“In line with New Zealand Football’s Youth Framework, I will be employing the four corners approach; this places the player at the centre of the development process and recognises that the technical, tactical, mental and physical components of the game are distinguishable, but not separable. I will also be working on increasing these younger players’ game knowledge and developing their understanding of their roles and responsibilities within the team.
“I am really looking forward to the season and the challenges and rewards that come with coaching youth level football.”
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