Paul Richardson to take head coach’s role at Claudelands Rovers

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Claudelands Rovers have appointed Paul Richardson as the head coach for their Lotto NRFL Southern Conference squad for next season.

Richardson was assistant coach to Mark Cossey at Rovers last season when the club played in the NRFL second division.

Previously, Richardson was head coach at Cambridge who he joined after a spell with WaiBOP Premiership side Matamata Swifts.

Announcing the appointment, Rovers said: “We are thoroughly delighted to have Paul continue his journey with Rovers and wish him all the best in his new position.”

Richardson said: “I am honoured to take on the Rovers head coach role and continue working to grow the sustainable player pathway from youth to first team via a clear set of standards and values.

“The role presents an opportunity to work with good people and a talented group of players with the set-up and facilities to attract new players into the group as we work to deliver the performance levels the club deserves as it moves into its 100th year.”

Main photo: Paul Richardson … ‘honoured to take on role’. Photo: Shane Wenzlick / Phototek.

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