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London Volleyball : Ashley Trodden leaving Greenhouse Sports
Posted by Media Team on 2018/6/25 16:30:00 (382 reads)

London Junior Volleyball and League Men's Division 2
Talented coach turns to teaching
Although some in the sport have known for a few weeks, only today (25th June) have I heard the news that Ashley has resigned from his Greenhouse Sports volleyball head coach position. In this role, his hard work and his knowledge have made an invaluable contribution to the success our sport has achieved in the region in recent years while at the same time improving the profile of volleyball within the Greenhouse Sports organisation.

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LVA Chairman, Charlie Orton said, "This is inevitable news as all people must move on, no matter how successful they are in their current role. Ashley's work will be renowned for the skills his players showed and equally their friendly attitude to others in Volleyball."

Ashley tells us that he will be taking up a teaching post in P E at the Ernest Bevin School from September so his contribution to junior volleyball will continue there in Tooting Bec. His team burst onto the competitive volleyball scene in London in the autumn of 2014 by entering the EBC Greenhouse team in men's division two which has continued to give talented junior players the experience of playing good quality volleyball while developing their own skills. Other coaches of junior sides will be worried about the excellence of future Ernest Bevin teams.

Of course, his decision leaves a vacancy at Ernest Bevin College for a full-time position that Ashley himself describes as unique and truly rewarding. Full details can be found in the job advert and Ashley kindly invites anyone who would like more information about the role to contact him.

Picture Ashley Trodden (back right with under 15 squad)

Contributor, Douglas Barr-Hamilton

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