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The Central Crows have finalised all appointments for their 2017 representative programs. 

Heading the list is former State of Origin player Alan McIndoe who will take charge of the Central Crows Open Women’s side. 

McIndoe has been an integral part of developing the female game in the Central Highlands where there is a strong five-team local competition. He was also the Women’s assistant coach as part of last year’s program.

Although this was not a planned move; for the first time, the Under 16 Girls team will be directed by an all-female staff. 

“In all cases we have appointed the best people suited to the job,” Central Division Manager Glenn Ottaway said of the appointments.

“It is a pleasing sign for the game we have women not only with the confidence to apply for leading positions within the Division, but also with the necessary skills and experience to get the job done.”



Assistant Coach



Under 14 Boys

Matt Schulz
Craig Karakyriacos

Dwayne Kangan
(Central West)

Brad Steer (Gatton)

Under 14 Girls

Amy Horsbrough
(Sunshine Coast)
Michael Hutchinson
(Hervey Bay)

To be confirmed

Damian Bohan (Rockhampton)

Under 16 Boys

Chris Munro
Clinton Lewis
(Sunshine Coast)

Neil Dabelstein
(Sunshine Coast)

Tim Wood
(Sunshine Coast)

Under 16 Girls

Terri Weatherly
(Central Highlands)
Krysti Walk
(Sunshine Coast)

Sonia Lund

Christine Oakes (Sunshine Coast)

Under 18 Boys

Mal McMillan

Bob Boon
(Fraser Coast)

Darren Cook

John Horan

Charmain Acton (Barcaldine)

Open Men

Eugene Seddon
Steve Belsham
(Sunshine Coast)

Ron Tasker
(Head Trainer)

Marty McIttrick (Sunshine Coast)

Richard Duff (Gladstone)

Open Women

Alan McIndoe
(Central Highlands)

Michael Jeffs
(Sunshine Coast)

Ron Tasker
(Head Trainer)

Tony Mather (Bundaberg)

Kristy Zagari (Sunshine Coast)


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