National League club Miramar Rangers will collaborate with the Ricki Herbert Football Academy (RHFA) to provide extra player development opportunities for its young players.
Miramar Rangers operates an academy for male and female players aged 9-17, and the club’s head coach, Kale Herbert, says it will benefit from a partnership with the RHFA.
“Miramar Rangers and RHFA have agreed to provide access for club players to opportunities such as attending the RHFA National Camps and take part in national and international tours,” Kale Herbert said.
“It’s all about looking for the best ways to provide experiences that will help players reach their potential.”
Club Chairman Andrew Wilson is excited about the collaboration with RHFA.
“This is a very welcome addition to the growing number of opportunities we offer our young players. We are delighted to welcome RHFA into the Rangers community and partner with them in making this happen.”
Miramar Rangers’ men’s first team play in the Central League and qualified to compete in last season’s men’s National League.