Kade Pargeter appointed as Senior Coach of the Men's Program
Hawthorn Amateur Football club is pleased to announce Kade Pargeter as the 2018 Men’s Senior Coach.
Kade accepts the Hawks Senior Coach role, after playing 60 games for the club, and spending his last few seasons as Senior Assistant Coach (2015 -2016) and Reserves Coach (2017).
Kade’s well-rounded footy career began at Howlong Football Club where he played over 150 games, including two Premierships. As a player, his leadership and strong game sense has always been on show and he’s represented the club as Senior Vice-Captain on three occasions.
Club President Pat Clancey is confident of the success Kade can bring to Hawthorn Ammos. “We see this as a very strong and positive appointment for the club. Kade was a standout performer from a strong field of applicants and we are sure that he is the man to lead the club towards success”.
In 2018, Kade is looking forward to connecting with past and present players of the club as well as recruiting quality players to propel the team forward. He values the family-like culture and proud history of our club and is looking to use this to the team’s advantage next season. “I’m honoured to be given the opportunity to start my senior coaching career at such a fantastic community club”.
Needless to say, Kade has already been a terrific addition to the Hawks family and has a made some fundamental impacts on the club’s history. We are now proud to call him our Senior Coach.