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By: Coaching Solutions  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Cricket, Sports Coaching

Mandie Godliman, Canterbury Cricket Associations 'Female Coach of the Year' 2009 - 20 April 2009

The Club and Representative Awards evening for the season was held on Tuesday 14th April at the Aurora Centre, Burnside High School.

It was a fantastic evening and the perfect way to put the spotlight on some outstanding performances from Canterbury's best. The evening, hosted by Canterbury Crickets own Mike Harvey, celebrated achievements from teams at all levels of senior cricket.

Congratulations to Mandie Godliman for her recognition of contributions to Cricket in Canterbury being awarded the 'Female Coach of the Year 2009'. Photo by Nick Palmer

Newest member of staff - Michael Sheat - 20 June 2009

Mike joins the Sports Coaching Solutions team, with his expertise in Rugby.

He has represented Canterbury in Rugby at underage representative level. Mike is now studying his degree in Bachelor of Sports Coaching. He has coached several junior teams at the Southbridge Rugby Club for the past 5 years, from Under 11’s to Under 15’s.

Mike also plays Senior Men's Rugby for the Southbridge Rugby Club and plays as a halfback. Mike has experience in other sporting codes such as Golf, Touch, Cricket and Tennis.


Sports Coaching Solutions Team complete the Graperide - 10 April 2009

This 101k bike ride is a circuit through some of the most stunning scenery New Zealand has to offer. It was another great day out in 2009 with a full house of 2500 Graperiders.

From Renwick, capital of the New Zealand wine industry, it's a flat route to Blenheim. Riders then head north and climb into Picton, the route follows the picturesque Queen Charlotte Drive around the head of Queen Charlotte and Pelorus Sounds, literally a ride through nature's photo album. The stunning scenery of Ngakuta and Momorangi Bays passes as the ride winds and twists to The Grove.

A flat ride to Linkwater leads onto Mahakipawa hill and more breathtaking scenery, followed by a descent to the outskirts of the mussel capital, Havelock. Then homeward bound across gently rolling terrain back home to Renwick.

Congratulations to this year's team, who have all signed up again for next year already!

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