ASC provides the best sports coaching for Australian children and has done so for 35 years. We run structured skill-improvement programs ensuring that participants have fun whilst developing a deeper love and enthusiasm for their chosen sport.

We have school holiday programs, for a wide variety of sports, across the major capital cities of Australia, throughout the Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring school holiday breaks. Our camps are suited to players of all abilities, aged 6 – 16 years old.

Description

ASC provides the best sports coaching for Australian children and has done so for 35 years. We run structured skill-improvement programs ensuring that participants have fun whilst developing a deeper love and enthusiasm for their chosen sport.

We have school holiday programs, for a wide variety of sports, across the major capital cities of Australia, throughout the Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring school holiday breaks. Our camps are suited to players of all abilities, aged 6 – 16 years old.

Who are the teachers

All Australian Sports Camps Coaches are qualified Phys Ed teachers, minimum Level 1 coaching accredited or senior coaches with multiple years’ experience in their chosen sport. ASC uses top sporting facilities and expert coaches to provide the best camp experiences.  Also, expect to meet special guest stars and coaches and be guided and inspired by the very best. Ed Cowan Over 250 professional matches played 10,097 First Class runs made Scored 68 on test debut with Australia and in the team from 2011-2013 Geoff Lawson Australia’s leading fast bowler for a few seasons in the early 1980’s Received the Order of Australia in 1990 for services to cricket Best bowling figures in a test match 8/112 Kate Hollywood Represented the Australian national team and the New South Wales Arrows (Australian Hockey League) Won two gold medals with Australia at the Commonwealth Games (2006, 2010) Played in the Australian team for 6 years Lachlan Sharpe Currently plays for the NSW Waratahs (AHL) Represented the Australian national team at age 20 Won gold with Australia at the Commonwealth Games (2018) Aaron Calver Currently plays as a defender for Sydney FC (A-League) since 2012 Represented Australia in the U17 team 2011-2012 2016/17 A-League Champions Jason Cadee Currently plays for the Brisbane Bullets (NBL) Represented Australia and won gold at both the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup Julian Khazzouh Former Sydney Kings player (NBL) 2x All-NBL First Team Played overseas in Israel and Lebanon Sarah Klau Currently plays for the NSW Swifts (Suncorp Super Netball) Selected into the Australian Diamonds squad for the 2018/19 international season Selected into the Australian FAST5 squad 2018 Claire O'Brien Currently plays for the NSW Swifts (Suncorp Super Netball) Represented Australia 21/U (2016), 19/U (2015) and 17/U (2014) Represented NSW state team from 2014 through to 2016

Accreditation

All teachers have current Working with Children's Check

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Classes offered by Australian Sports Camps