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BEARS RETURN TO TRAINING

The safety of our players, staff and their families is of utmost importance to the Bears and thus we return with new processes in place. For 2022 we have implemented club-wide guidelines regarding covid-safety, covid awareness and also return-to-play and train post-covid protocols for our players and staff. "Ensuring our teams are able to continue to thrive in the current environment is essential as we head towards the start of the new season" stated Bears CEO, Gareth Holmes.
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New Football Operations Manager Joins the Bears

It is with great pleasure that we introduce our new Football Operations Manager, Daniel Hutton, who will be overseeing all things on-field across all of our grades from Development Squads up to NSW Cup. Daniel brings with him a wealth of experience in rugby league having previously worked as an NRL Lead Game Development Officer
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BEARS GO TECH IN 2022

This season we have ramped up our use of technology to give our teams and coaching staff the best possible support when training and during game day. We caught up with our Knock On Effect NSW Cup Analyst, Pat Gough, to find out what tech is being used and how it will impact our teams. To support Pat and expand our tech footprint across the Club in 2022, we have added two new Analysts, Oscar Green and Brooke Mugridge, to assist in supporting our Junior Reps and Women's programs.

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