27 June 2017

EKA Staff

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Ross Carr-Taylor steps down as Head Coach at Kingfisher

Kingfisher Korfball Club have today (Tuesday, 27 June 2017) confirmed that they have parted company with Head Coach Ross Carr-Taylor.

A club spokesperson said: “Kingfisher Korfball Club would like to thank Ross for all the hard work he has put in and the time he has dedicated to the club over the past 10 years.

Ross has bought a new dimension to our play

“Ross has bought a new dimension to the way the clubs 1st and 2nd team play which has been recognised across the England Korfball League and beyond.”

With the 2017/18 England Korfball League season fast approaching Kingfisher Korfball Club will be keen to appoint a new Head Coach.

“The club are now actively seeking to employ a new head coach. This is primarily to take charge of our 1st and 2nd team squads. But, to also help guide and mentor the clubs other coaches.”

For more information about the Head Coach vacancy at Kingfisher Korfball Club visit www.kingfisherkc.co.uk or contact info@kingfisherkc.co.uk.

 

 

KorfballTV’s Tom Brady interviewed Ross Carr-Taylor after the England Korfball League 2015 Final between Bec and Trojans.