Our training philosophy is based upon the 12 pillars of sport outlined below, which are also what we believe to be important life principles. These principles help our children become leaders in sport, their homes and their communities. Making them winners on the field and winners in life.
Honour your word. Do what you say, when you say you will do it.
Be the change you want to see. The world gets better when we get better.
You have only one life. Make it count. Every human being is unique and put here for a reason – find it and live it.
Hope is not a strategy. Expect to succeed, and prepare to win. Be accountable for your actions and results. Set specific, measurable goals and take ownership for their achievement.
Think Big. The size of a person is directly proportional to the size of their thinking. Do you want to be a little person or a big person?
Fun is a state of mind, not a time of day. Laugh! - it is the best medicine. Stop to smell the roses. Balance is key.
Do what you ought to do, when you ought to do it, whether you like it or not. Steady not slow wins the race.
Give everything you’ve got to everything you do. Love what you do. Fall in love with the process.
Teamwork makes the dream work. You cannot make anything worthwhile happen on your own.
Attitude of Responsibility - Be responsible for your actions. Take challenges as they come and do not complain! Attitude of gratitude - Be grateful for what you have and where you belong! Attitude of learning - Always open your mind to new information. Remember that all great leaders are followers first!
Empathy is the pillar of greatness - Learn to listen to others and care about their challenges! Your knowledge holds no ground until you learn to care! Respect, value and encourage others to reach their goals - and you will reach yours in return!
Love and cherish this blue planet of ours and everything in it – people from different classes, regions, countries, ethnicities, plants, animals, birds, trees, mountains, rivers, oceans. Be responsible, we have only one world.