The club would like to remind local youngsters that it will host another presentation for prospective Berwick Rangers FC Academy students tomorrow evening.
Immediately following, first-team manager John Coughlin and club captain Jonny Fairbairn will provide an open training session on the Shielfield Park surface. This is also open for spectators to come along to. The pair will also provide some of the coaching throughout the course.
Youngsters looking to take part in the training session should bring the relevant equipment, including football boots and shin pads.
Also in attendance will be Berwick-upon-Tweed MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan, who will be showing her support for the project alongside a representative
of Northumberland College who will deliver the initial presentation.
Of course, parents are also welcome to join us for the presentation training session, enabling them to learn more about the NVQ Level Two Sport Diploma course, provided in association with the outstanding Northumberland College.
The ideal student will be between 16-18 years old and live in the TD15 postcode region (either side of the border). Funding for travel costs may also be available.
Prospective students who can not make Wednesday’s presentation can always come along on Wednesday 31st August (6pm). John and Jonny also hope to make this presentation to answer any further enquiries:
Application forms are available from Northumberland College via download here. Prospective students should send their application to to either Berwick.firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Berwick Rangers or Northumberland College, Adams Drive, Spittal, TD15 2JF, though prospective students are advised to attend a presentation to learn more about the course first.