The Northern Football Netball League is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Rogasch as Junior Football Manager.
Rogasch brings extensive experience to the new position – which involves managing the league’s junior football competitions and providing support and guidance to junior clubs.
Rogasch holds a Bachelor of Sport Development from Deakin University and has spent the past seven years in managerial roles with Paul Sadler Swimland.
A former captain of TAC Cup outfit Dandenong Stingrays, he has been a leadership group member with VFL side Frankston and is the current-serving captain of Hastings – who he led to a premiership in 2016.
Rogasch has also been involved in various roles with TAC Cup teams Sandringham Dragons and Oakleigh Chargers, including match day runner, training assistant and talent scout.
NFNL chief executive Peter McDougall said Rogasch was a welcome addition to the league and its member clubs, with his role strategically focused on providing greater support to all junior clubs in the NFNL.
“We are extremely pleased to have Paul join the NFNL’s administration team,” McDougall said.
“Paul has a wide-ranging sporting background as both an administrator and player and we look forward to him making a positive contribution to our league this season and beyond.”
Rogasch will commence in the role on Monday February 25.