Former T&T captain and England Hockey League's 2012-2013 Performance Coach of the Year Kwan Browne conducted the FIH Level 2 coaching course.
Former T&T captain and England Hockey League's 2012-2013 Performance Coach of the Year Kwan Browne conducted the FIH Level 2 coaching course.
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The Trinidad and Tobago Hockey Board (TTHB) in conjunction with the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) has successfully hosted a high level coaching course at the National Hockey Centre, Eastern Regional Sports Complex, Trinidad.

The course, which was made possible thanks to crucial finding from the Olympic Solidarity Commission, took place from 31st October - 4th November and was conducted by former T&T captain Kwandwane Browne, England Hockey League's 2012-2013 Performance Coach of the Year.

The course recorded 19 coaches in attendance - 15 from Trinidad, two from Tobago and two from Guyana. It involved coaches learning and implementing various techniques and tactics beyond an introductory level and learning how to apply them to tactical play and the coaching of teams.

Kwandwane Browne has been the coach of England Hockey League Men’s Premiership team, Canterbury Hockey Club for the last five years. Canterbury Premiership team is presently 5th in the England Hockey League standings. In a brief interview Kwan indicated that he felt and saw the passion of quite a few of the coaches and it gave him great pride and comfort to know that there is a real desire for progress in the Caribbean region.

Source Material: PAHF Media Release