News: Social Club looking to instill core values as part of revamp
Young Men’s Social Club are harking back to their past to greater improve their future, both on and off the field.
In a move to help integrate the whole club through their various age levels, the Hamilton-based side are implementing a host of new programmes, while also attempting to restructure the club, with additional positions available to B-licensed coaches to take on responsibilities with the men’s senior team and also within the youth levels.The move will also involve Troy Lewis, who has coached the men’s senior First Division team, focus his attention on the youngest members from the ages of 3 to 7 years old, to help instil the core values of the club with the aim of carrying them through with them into the senior ranks.
However, Lewis, who holds the role as vice-president, was quick to reiterate that Social Club represents far more than just sporting success.
“We want to ensure that we have proper persons that are qualified to mentor our players,” said Lewis, the father of Bermuda forward Zeiko. “Sport is not our main objective, but rather the development of people as individuals.