Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Friday Skills Clinics start Jan. 10, 2014

DMCV Sharks recently announced the return of its Friday Skills Clinics starting Jan. 10, 2014. The Friday Skills Clinics are provided to assist players who want to improve & develop their technique and technical ability, through constant, persistent, repetitive manipulation of the soccer ball.

The Friday Skills Clinics will be run by Brian Smith, from the Sharks competitive program. Each session will comprise approximately 45 minutes of skills training, with the last 15 minutes being reserved for 1v1’s and 2v2’s.

Tryouts and State Cup for the 2014 season are fast approaching, so this is an excellent time for players to get extra touches on the ball to help your player improve his/her skills. The clinics are open to the following players for a small fee per session:

Who:  Sharks Competitive players from Under 7 to Under 14

Sharks Rec All Star players from Under 8 to Under 14

U7 to U14 Players from OUTSIDE of the Sharks organization looking for a new team/club. Where & When: Torrey Hills Neighborhood Park – Large field. 4-5 p.m. (check in 15 minutes prior to start of clinic). Dates: Fridays, Jan. 10-Feb. 28.

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