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Ahead of their Premier League clash on Saturday, Hillwood and Bracknell joined forces to tackle an important issue in football – mental health. Coaches Jake Pearce and Corry Goodluck started the match alongside Speak Up! Stay ChatTY to educate both parties on something important. “People are afraid to talk and if they don’t talk to soccer players, their friends, they won’t talk to anyone,” said Pearce of Hillwood. MORE FOOTBALL “I think the more comfortable you can be with your teammates and build those relationships within the football club, the much easier it is for the players to talk – they won’t feel belittled, insecure or less manly if they do “For our group it’s difficult at the moment with a lot of young children, so we really have to focus on that too and that’s something really important, not just for our club but for any club. ”Both teams have asked the organization to visit their football clubs and give speeches, with Bracknell playing for the Speak Up! Stay ChatTY Cup last season against Meander Valley. is something that goes through a lot of football clubs that people don’t know about and something that we take very seriously at Bracknell, “said coach Goodluck.” We always make sure everyone is okay, they talk [if they aren’t] and they are not alone. “It’s something we’re really proud to be there for each other.” Do you know anyone who contributes to the sport of northern Tasmania, whether by participating or helping? The Examiner’s Junior Sports Awards, sponsored by Woolworths, recognize the achievements of players, coaches, volunteers, teams and clubs in the region. Applications are open from Wednesday April 14 and will close at midnight on October 4. Entries must include a photo of the participant.

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