Nick Corrigan Soccer School
Get your players ready
for your local club!
Booking Form for 2014:
New term opening up at St Stephens, Tapping
Balcatta is switching to a new venue at West Balcatta Primary School.
New Currambine Venue - Francis Jordan Catholic Primary School on Peterborough Dr. Off Caledonia Ave, Currambine.
Our programs have been designed for children aged from 3 to
10 years of age and are designed to not only teach the children
the art of the World game in a not so competitive fun environment
but also to increase their hand eye and gross motor skills along
with raising self esteem and self confidence. At the end of
each term I will be presenting gifts to the children in recognition
of their achievements because I consider all the children to
NEW POEMS - check them out!
Coaching now available at Swan Valley Anglican Community Gnangara Rd Aveley/ Ellenbrook
SOON to be opening up new venues on Saturday Morning in Butler, Mdeley, Stirling, Nedlands, Canning Vale & Willeton
I am the proud father of the twins ben and Aaron who played
their first game last weekend for Kingsley against North Beach.
Not only did they share 5 goals between them (o.k. one was for
the other side - it was an attempted clearance) but they were
the standout players on both sides despite a boy from the other
team also scoring a hatrick. I had numerous parents from the
other side rekarking on how good the twins were at controlling
the ball and running with it, as well as their awareness of
what was going on. You could see the pleasure and confidence
in the twins resulting from their skills. The only problem now
is bringing them down to earth and getting them to let the other
kids have a kick of the ball .. but that's another story.
It is testament to their time and your efforts being well spent
over the last few years. I recommended your services highly
to those who enquired as to their teaching and will continue
to do so. Soccer is a great sport for kids of all ages and the
head start that you have provided was clearly evident throughout
the game when comparing what level the other kids (without your
teachings) are at. I would say to the
other parents whose kids are not yet playing in a team .. be
prepared to be surprised at the standard your kids are at in
comparison to those kids who have not spent time at Nick Corrigan's
Soccer Schools. When you may wonder why Nick has the kids playing
games such as "crabs'
etc. instead of playing real matches, just be patient as the
ball control skills they are learning pay off. There is plenty
of time for matches in the years to come.
Thanks again Nick for your patience and teachings.