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Analuwa to Lead National Team Therapy

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Beverley Analuwa to head up new Performance Therapy structure.

BAFA is pleased to announce the appointment of Beverley Analuwa as National Programme Lead Therapist. This new role will see Beverley create a team of exceptional staff to look after the needs of all National Programme team’s players and coaches and ensure the players receive the best care during programme activities. Bringing the management and control of such a vital role within a team under the leadership of such a hardworking and dedicated person will be pivotal in helping the National Teams meet the goals set for them in the coming years.

Beverley stated; “I'm honoured and grateful for the trust that BAFA had placed in me to ensure that the players are well cared for and receive the best treatment available. It will be a hard rewarding job but I believe that for the benefit of Great Britain players and staff it’s a worthy challenge."

BAFA chairman Martin Cockerill had this to say; "Beverley has been instrumental in looking after the welfare of players at the highest level in both domestic and international games. Her wealth of knowledge and understanding of players needs in this often hard and very physical game that we love is superb and I have every confidence in her not only meeting the challenge but exceeding it."

BAFA will be advertising shortly for additional therapists interested in joining the team.


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