Incoming head coach Paul Dillon has not bee idle spending time to organise the 2018 pre-season. Paul hopes to be in Queanbeyan later this month to meet with players, officials, coaches and managers.
At this stage the Whites will play in the Cowra Tens on March 3, trial games in Wollongong on March 10th, a free weekend on March 17, then Uni-Norths on March 24, Easter break and the first round likely to be April 7.
A large group of players are already setting the pace on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Josh Strahorn’s facility (see Facebook).
Dynamic Athletic Performance & Rehabilitation. Josh’s philosophy for athletic development is very simple, to give individuals the foundation, which we can build and develop athletic qualities in a dynamic environment to maximise performance and minimise injuries.
The approach for musculoskeletal rehab is holistic in nature and focuses on rehabilitating the entire individual, not just the injury, with the aim of bringing the athlete back, improved in all areas compared to pre-injury levels.
Josh completed a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science and a Bachelor of Honours (Sports Studies) at the University of Canberra, and is studying a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation) at Charles Sturt University. He has a wealth of experience, having worked at Brumbies Rugby as an athletic performance rehab coach. He has also been the athletic performance director of the Queanbeyan Rugby Club, along with coaching in a range of schools and sporting clubs throughout Canberra in their high performance departments. Josh is passionate about sport and helping individuals maximise their performance. Josh is a keen ultra trail runner and competes in multiple ultra marathon races each year.