Dewsbury Rams can officially announce head coach Lee Greenwood’s backroom staff for the 2019 season.
The club announced that Greenwood would be taking charge of the club for the 2019 campaign and he was announced earlier this year.
We can now confirm who will be Greenwood’s backroom staff for the 2019 campaign.
First to be announced is Gareth Greenwood, he will become Lee’s assistant coach, and Lee is delighted to be bringing his brother on board.
Lee Greenwood said: “I am really happy with the coaching team we have going into this season. I was keen on bringing Gareth in as soon as I got the job, not because he’s my brother but because he deserves a break in the professional game as a coach.
“He has a fantastic track record in the amateur game and has played a big part in the careers of some current Super League and part time players.”
Next to be announced his Rikki Sheriffe who is the brother of player Jode Sheriffe, he will also be joining the Rams as Lee Greenwood’s assistant coach.
On Rikki joining the Rams, Lee said: “I have known Rikki a long time now, as a teammate, coaching him as a player and as a fellow coach. He has a lot of knowledge and has been in some good environments himself.”
Adam Mitchell is once again set to continue as the clubs strength and conditioning coach, Adam has worked at the club for a few years, and Greenwood has decided to keep him on as part of his backroom team.
Greenwood said on keeping Mitchell on: “I have also known Adam for many years, we used to go to school together and played against each other a lot as kids.
“He has done really well as a personal trainer and has received many good reviews on his work as a strength and conditioning coach at Keighley and Dewsbury.”
Amy Wesson will be continuing as the club physio, finally Greenwood said on how delighted he was to bring in his coaching staff, he believes that they will work together to be a strong effective team.
He commented: “Together we are a young, enthusiastic bunch that want the club to progress by being hard working and humble. A theme that we expect the players to follow.”