Representatives from 45 affiliates across the state converged on Bankstown Sports Club last weekend to participate in the 2015 New South Wales Touch Association State Conference.
The conference kicked off with a presentation from Carolyn Miller, a highly regarded and well-known figure within the Australian creative industries. Miller presented on ‘how will sports sell themselves in 2020’, providing an insight into the current climate of the sports market and how to get ahead in the current marketplace.
Other presentations on day one included presentations by Harvey Norman’s National Product and Marketing Manager, Mick Boman about local engagement with franchisees, Fox Sports Pulse on Touch Football Online and a panel discussion on Inclusion and Community Engagement by Head of NRL Community, Adam Check, Netball NSW Community Engagement Manager, Amy Quirk and Cricket NSW Participation Manager, Michael Procajlo.
Conference participants then attended the 2015 NSWTA Blues Awards dinner, for more information about the dinner, please click here.
Sunday’s conference agenda included a NRL/TFA update by TFA Chief Executive Officer, Colm Maguire and the NRL’s Marty Meredith. A Level 2 Referee Coaches Course was also conducted, while a Coaching Development Program was launched by Australian Men’s Open coach Tony Trad, with assistance from Mark Boland, Dave Nolan, Matt Tope and Dave Collins.
To see more about the 2015 NSWTA State Conference, please visit the NSW Touch website and social media pages:
Website – www.nswtouch.com.au
Facebook – www.facebook.com/nswtouch
Twitter – www.twitter.com/nsw_touch
Instagram – www.instagram.com/nswtouch