Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

Hornets Duo off to Add New Skills; Cudgen Coaches Learning New Tricks from the Masters at Bulldogs

Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)

Hornets Duo off to Add New Skills; Cudgen Coaches Learning New Tricks from the Masters at Bulldogs

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Byline: Greg Martin greg.martin@mydailynews.com.au

THE rugby league silly season isn't all that silly over Cudgen Hornets way, with head coach Craig Field and his deputy, Lee Brown, in Sydney, intent on increasing their already considerable coaching skills.

Field, who has been around footy fields since Dally Messenger switched codes, is a firm believer in the old adage that you should learn something new every day of your life.

A lifelong friend of Jim Dymock, who will be Des Hasler's number two at the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs next season, Field accepted an invitation from Dymock to join him and Hasler at a number of Bulldogs' training sessions.

Field and Brown arrived in Sydney early yesterday and attended the club's coaching sessions in the morning and afternoon.

Last night the Hornets' brains trust joined Hasler, Dymock and other Bulldogs coaching and training staff for a meal, where

they, as Field so quaintly put it, asucked their brainsa before backing up at another couple of sessions today. …

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