P2S RUGBYWORKS are pleased to welcome another high profile ambassador to our team to help us spread the word, grow the game and inspire our marginalised youngsters.
Cobie-Jane Morgan joins us from her Brisbane base after a glowing endorsement from Wallaroos Head Coach & P2S RUGBYWORKS Coaching Ambassador Dwayne Nestor.
We asked Cobie-Jane to tell us a bit about herself and her motivation for joining our team:
Who I am-
Plumber by trade, teacher by day.
Have recently changed careers and made the move from Sydney to Brisbane and fortunate enough to then be selected into the Qld Super W squad.
Played for the Wallaroos since 2009 as my first debut in Samoa was a qualifier for the 2010 World Cup.
Very passionate about helping others in all facets of life and hoping to inspire many young Australian kids to be the best version of themselves.
Motivation- Everyday the sun rises and it’s a new opportunity to be a better version of yesterday. I am inspired by many strong women who have impacted my life not just in sport but life in general. I have been surrounded by independent strong wahine (women) who have culturally, emotionally & physically shaped me to be the woman I am today & I hope I can pass that legacy on to the future generation.
Rugby & any form of training or physically activity is my outlet & if I can impact one youngster positively in this form I know I’ve succeeded.
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INTERNATIONAL COACH JOINS P2S RUGBYWORKS INC
Fabulous start to an important week and year for P2S RUGBYWORKS Inc.
At the start of an important week (details to follow later this week) and to invigorate the whole team ahead of our first full year of operations:
DWAYNE NESTOR – National Head Coach of the Wallaroos, Australia’s Womens Rugby XV has joined P2S RUGBYWORKS as our Coaching Ambassador.
Dwayne has a hugely inspiring CV:
Dwayne is a professional rugby coach and mindset coach with 13 years coaching experience in elite sport.
His coaching experience is broad and includes:
* International rugby as current Head Coach of the Australian Wallaroos. Assistant Coach at 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup.
* Mindset coaching in sporting, corporate and professional settings
* Head Coach Western Force 10s team – Won the 2016 World Club 10s.
* Head Coach Perth Spirit team – Won the 2016 National Rugby Championships.
* Kicking Coach Western Force – 2014 to 2016.
* Western Force Academy Coach – 2009 to 2017.
Dwayne has worked with numerous international rugby stars including Wallaby’s Dane Haylett-Petty, Kyle Godwin and Richard Hardwick, and Wallaroo Rebecca Clough. He has also worked with the Perth International Cricket Academy, Southern Sports Academy, Athletics WA and West Coast Fever star, Verity Charles.
He has presented speeches and workshops across a broad range of industries from Local Government for WALGA to Insurance for AICLA to Networking for District 32’s Inner Sanctum.
P2S RUGBYWORKS Founder & CEO, Fraser Griggs said “This is a deeply significant addition to our team. Dwayne brings instant credibility and trust to our brand and our program. Hopefully this will validate our ambition in people’s eyes; to become a national charity here in Australia. By recruiting Dwayne to support and represent our coaching team I hope we have demonstrated that we are fully committed to building a team and a program to support and inspire all marginalised and disadvantaged youngsters in Western Australia and beyond – our main objective being to help our youngsters into long-term, sustainable education, training and employment to the benefit not only those youngsters, but also their families and the broader communities to which they belong and contribute.”
Dwayne is an iconic figure throughout the rugby union and sporting landscape in Australia. On joining the team Dwayne said: “It’s an honour to be involved with P2S Rugbyworks. To be able to help influence a generation of at risk children in a positive way is both humbling and rewarding. It’s a good way to reflect on the privileged life I experience and to realise I can impact kids who are less fortunate.”
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