Challenge the Groovy Girls and help us help the Strathroy Animal Shelter!
We are asking to challenge us to hit our developmental metrics, mike passes. All the rewards at the end of the year will be donated to the Strathroy animal shelter.
The Strathroy Groovy Girls are supporting their local animal shelter by playing better soccer.
The first metric we want to strive for is making 100 passes per game. This will eventually lead us to becoming better players, and at the same time playing better.
We invite parents to reward the Groovy Girls for achieving their goals. It is as easy as a clicking the mouse and giving a small reward to the team’s cause -therefore, supporting your kids. In addition, we also invite you to challenge your kids to set their own personal metrics in order to foster a love for the game, build skills and increase personal pride. As a parent, one example would be to challenge your athlete to break her juggling metric.
We encourage participation and most importantly to have fun. The ultimate goals is to have fun and keep our girls in sport.
Jason Kaspersma Board of Directors, First Touch Program Leader of the Strathroy - Caradoc Minor Soccer Association, and Coach of the Strathroy Soccer U9 Groovy Girls.
A proud supporter of Play Better and Long Term Player Development for Soccer in Ontario.