Senior Coach – Glenn Michie

Glenn ‘Mouse’ Michie came to our club at the start of 2015.  At the end of 2016 Mouse retired from playing after 19 seasons of senior football.

Mouse will continue to coach us in a non-playing capacity in 2017.

Mouse will be in his 8th season as a senior coach in 2017 after coaching stints at Hastings & Newborough.  Mouse coached both Hastings and Newborough into grand finals and has a strong history of success.

Mouse has strong footballing values and is a big believer in respect, hard work and club culture being strong.

Reserves Coach – John Percy

2017 will be John Percy’s first year as coach of the Devon Meadows reserves.

John is no stranger to coaching though being involved in our under 19s system for some time.

John is a respected member of our club and has great communication skills with young people.

We look forward to seeing John in action.

Under 19s Coach – Dan Andrew

After sharing coaching responsibilities in 2016 with co-coach Steve McInnes, Dan Andrew will take over the role as head coach in season 2017.

Dan’s assistant coach in 2017 will be former Devon Meadows Junior Football Club coach, Liam Moran.

Dan is a great example for young people in the way that he communicates and behaves.

Playing in the seniors Dan is able to teach the under 19s the game plan the seniors are using and adopt his own ideas also.

Fitness Coach – Steve Roberts

Robbo joined our club as a player in 2016 and unfortunately after 10 quality games he fell victim to his 3rd knee injury.

Prior to hurting himself we saw possibly the best preseason conducted by any person at the footy club. His fitness levels were incredible and this was shown with some great early season form.  The professionalism and standards he set were first class.

Since hurting his knee Robbo has decided not to come back to football however will continue on in his role as our fitness coach for 2017.

Robbo will open his new gym in late November or early December in Cranbourne West.