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PG10 Coaching

PG10 Coaching Ambassadors

Neville Southall MBENeville Southall MBE
Former Wales and Everton FC Legend

Neville Southall MBE is a Welsh former international footballer. He has been described as one of the best goalkeepers of his generation in the world

Neville Southall is an Everton FC legend and holds the record for most appearances for Everton FC with 751. Neville Southall also holds the record for most appearances for Wales with 92 caps

Neville Southall's achievements in football include: League Championship winner 1984/85 and 1986/87 FA Cup Winner: 1984 and 1995 European Cup Winners' Cup winner: 1985. Charity Shield winner: 1984, 1985, 1987 and 1995.

He was voted as Footballer of the Year in 1985

His individual honours are also impressive; he was named on the PFA Team of the Year four consecutive times, and was listed as one of the world's top ten goalkeepers by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics on four occasions. He is a member of the Gwladys Street's Hall of Fame. He has been named as one the 100 'Greatest Players of the 20th Century' by World Soccer magazine. In 1995 he was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for his services to football.

Neville Southall said "l encourage as many children and young people to get involved in the sporting and educational activities and events with PG10 coaching across Wales England and globally.

As an ex professional sportsman I truly believe in 'education through sport', whether it leads to a healthy lifestyle or world class performances. It is essential that everybody in sport listens to young people and we change the way we work with young people to maximise their potential, PG10 offers these opportunities for children and young to develop and l endorse all their opportunities"

Jessica FishlockJessica Fishlock
Wales International Women's Captain & Seattle Reign FC

Jessica Fishlock is captain of the Welsh national female team. She currently plays for Seattle Reign FC in the NWSL and is a member of the Wales women's national football team. She has previously played for English club Bristol Academy in the FA WSL, Dutch club AZ Alkmaar in the Eredivisie, and the Melbourne Victory in Australia's W-League.

Jessica has also become an international regular for Wales. After captaining the team at the U–19 level, she was called up to the full squad and made her debut against Switzerland in 2006. She was made captain of the Wales women's national football team during games against Republic of Ireland and Israel in June 2012.

Jessica Fishlock Said " PG10 Coaching is a brilliant way to get involved in football for both boys and girls, l encourage as many children as possible to take up sport and get active and to lead a healthy lifestyle, but also to push themselves, work hard and inspire to play at the highest possible level

Mike PhillipsMike Phillips
Wales, British & Irish Lion and Racing Metro

Mike Phillips needs no introduction to the sporting world a British & Irish Lion, Welsh international rugby union player who plays at scrum-half for Racing Metro. On 16 March 2013 Phillips surpassed the record of 76 caps set by Dwayne Peel as the most capped scrum-half for Wales.

Mike has played in the 2007 2011 2015 World Cups and in every 6 nations championship since 2006

He was also selected for the British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa in 2009 in which he was one of the players of the tour. Phillips was also part of the victorious British and Irish Lion "Australian tour" in 2013 and remains one of the best rugby players in the world.

Mike Phillips said "l encourage as many children and young people to get involved in the unique activities and events with PG10 coaching across Wales and globally.

In order for our future national teams to prosper it is essential our next generation is inspired and supported to achieve their goals and fulfil their potential but importantly also lead a  healthy lifestyle and be active!"

Mark Colbourne MBEMark Colbourne MBE
Paralympic Gold Medallist Cyclist

Mark Colbourne MBE is a Gold medallist Welsh Paralympic-cyclist, who competes for Wales and Great Britain

He broke his back in 2009 after falling 35 feet (11 m) when forced into an emergency landing whilst paragliding.

Following his accident Colbourne began cycling through Disability Sport Wales

In 2011 he won his first UCI Para-Cycling World Cup medals. He took bronze in the C1 time trail in Segovia, Spain at his debut at World Cup level. At the round in Baie-Comeau, Canada, he won the silver medal in the same event behind Juan Jose Mendez Fernandez of Spain. His first World Championship medal was a silver at the 2011 UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships held in Roskilde, Denmark.

In 2012 Colbourne won his first world title, taking the gold medal in the C1 3 km individual pursuit at the 2012 UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Los Angeles, United States. At the same Championships he won the silver medal in the C1 1 km time trial.

He was selected as part of the cycling team for Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics. On 30 August 2012 Colbourne won a silver medal and Great Britain's first medal of the 2012 Paralympics, in the C1-3 1 km time trial. On 31 August 2012 he won a gold medal in the C1 3 km individual pursuit after breaking the world record in both the qualification round and the final

Colbourne was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to cycling

Mark Colbourne said "Whether a child wants to just play sport or inspire to be an elite performer it is essential our next generation is inspired and supported to achieve their goals and fulfil their potential but importantly also lead a  healthy lifestyle and be active! With the wonderful opportunities PG10 Coaching provides across the UK and globally together with the nutritional support provided for participating children l encourage children and young people to take part in PG10 activities to develop and enjoy sport"

Sean McGoldrickSean McGoldrick
Commonwealth Gold Medallist Boxer

Sean McGoldrick is a Welsh boxer who was awarded the gold medal for the Bantamweight division at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India.

In December 2010 McGoldrick was selected as BBC Wales Junior Sportsman of the Year.[6]

In June 2011 McGoldrick was retrospectively awarded the 2010 Commonwealth Games Bantamweight gold medal

Sean Mcgoldrick "It is essential the next generation has sport in their lives whether the child is going to be a sporting superstar or just living a healthy life the importance of living an active life is paramount an should be instilled at a young age. I encourage children and young people of all ages to get involved in PG10 Coaching opportunities"