NSW Hockey Coach of the Year – John Scott

2010 Hockey NSW Coach of the Year

Approximately 120 guests attended the fourth annual Hockey NSW Awards Night on 27th November.  Hosted by Gordon Bray, the evening was a celebration of the 2009/10 season and a chance for the hockey community to gather and reflect on the past season.

2010 Hockey NSW Coach of the Year

This man has a long and distinguished career as an administrator, umpire, player and coach. Having represented New South Wales and Australia playing Indoor hockey, the 2010 Judy Laing Medallist has taken on the task of coaching the next generation of state and national champions. His love of indoor hockey knows no bounds. The coach of the NSW Open Men’s Indoor team that won the 2010 Australian Open Indoor Championships was subsequently appointed as the Australian Men’s Indoor Team coach (his eighth year), this year’s winner has been instrumental in driving development and performance opportunities for indoor players in NSW, recognising the growing role that indoor hockey has both at locally and at state level, in developing world‐class hockey players.

The 2010 Hockey NSW Coach of the Year and Judy Laing Medallist, John Scott

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Retrieved from: Hockey NSW 2010 Annual Awards, Hockey NSW, 27th November, viewed 28 November 2010.
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