Coaches of wolfpack

The Lithgow Workies Wolves have announced the coaching team for the 2017 Group 10 season and the 60th year of the club.

After last year’s disjointed season that happily ended with the under 18s premeriship in the Wolves hands the club has some different faces for its 2017 campaign including the president of the club.

Hard-hitting First grade prop Chris Rhodes will take over the first grade coaching duties but is undecided on his playing status at the moment.

Joe Inzitari has been appointed second grade coach with some of the winning 18s coming up and news of a club reduction in the New Era Cup to boost the return of the side.

Graeme Osborne continues as the under 18s coach.

The ladies League Tag side will have long time Storm coach/ trainer and recent Wolves under 18s manager/trainer John Legge take over the coaching role for the team.

Corey Osborne is the new president of the club for 2017 and kept it simple when it asked about the upcoming season.

“I want the players to put the effort in and respect the players that have worn a Wolves jumper before them.”

If anyone is interested in playing for one of the Wolves teams in the 2017 season contact the new president Corey Osborne, via the Lithgow Workies Wolves Facebook page or any of its coaches.

NEW FACES IN COACHING AND FOR PRESIDENT: Ladies Tag coach John Legge, U18s' Graeme Osborne, first grade's Chris Rhodes, president Corey Osborne and second grade's Joe Inzitari.

NEW FACES IN COACHING AND FOR PRESIDENT: Ladies Tag coach John Legge, U18s' Graeme Osborne, first grade's Chris Rhodes, president Corey Osborne and second grade's Joe Inzitari.

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