Coach's praise for youngest Jets

 

Coach Cameron Millar with the Jets' U12 squad which has made a fine start to their PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland careers


They are improving and doing well, says Millar

 

MORETON Bay United’s youngest team has only been together six months, but the players are impressing Cameron Millar.

 

The team coach has a series of primary goals for his squad and already has highlights from training and matches.

 

“This is just the start of their NPL journey, but these players are doing well. They are working hard and I think they are improving,” said Millar.

 

“The results at this age are not important. I am looking to help them improve their core skills and understanding of the game, play as a team and enjoy their football.

 

“I think there have been a number of very good performances, especially against teams such as Brisbane Strikers, Sunshine Coast and Brisbane City.”

 

Those are the three sides currently above Jets in the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Under 12 competition.

 

Millar and his team beat Western Pride 4-0 last weekend and on Sunday face SWQ Thunder at Brendale, kick-off 10am. 

 

Jets are fourth with 19 points from 11 games. Thunder are right behind in fifth, with 17 points also from 11 games.

“Going forward I would like to see all of the boys continue working hard and improving,” said Millar

“We all learn, every session. This is my first season coaching in the NPL and I’m picking things up all the time and learning from (technical director) Adam Piddick, who is a great mentor.

“I’m lucky to have a wonderful team manager in Belinda, who is so organised with everything for the team and the parents are great – so supportive all the time.”