Advanced Development Programs

Advanced Development programs are a high intensity training environment where individual technique is the core focus. Groups are between 3 and 6 people and it is a fantastic opportunity for players to develop and receive feedback on their technique. Currently Small Group Coaching is only available to representative or NSFA Diamond League/Super League/NSFA SAP League players.

Areas covered include:

  • First touch
  • Striking the ball (passing and shooting)
  • 1v1 (attacking and defending)
  • Agility/Coordination
  • Weak foot development
  • Decision Making and Awareness

Female Advanced Program Term 4

Take your game to the next level with our new Female Advanced Program!

Designed for players either playing in NSFA Diamond League or Women’s NPL 1 or 2, sessions are run by Northern Tigers First Grade Player and Coach Hannah McNulty!


 Monday afternoons at NTRA 

WHEN: Monday 19th October for 4 week block finishing Monday 9th November.

WHERE: NTRA, 361B Bobbin Head Rd, North Turramurra NSW 2074 

PRICE: $125 + Booking Fee

DURATION: 1 hr sessions (4 weeks, 4 sessions total) 

TIMES (6 places available per time slot): 

G12 – G14 6:30pm to 7:30pm 

Click here to register!

Advanced Development Program Term 1

The Advance Development Program for Term 1, will be starting up on Friday the 12th February and Sunday the 14th February.

Designed for players playing either in NPL, SAP or the NSFA Diamond League and Super League, the program, the Advanced Development Program offers aspirational players with a high intensity and professional training environment whereby individual cognitive, technical, and physical development are the core focus.

Click here for more information and to register!


Going to the first XLR8 session I didn't really know what to expect.  Dylan trains 3 nights a week as it is so I was curious what would be so different about these sessions.  As soon it started I knew this was something he had never done before.  There were only 4 boys in the group and the drills were things I have never seen him do before. One particular thing I liked was I could see that Nick (the coach) was constantly talking to the boys whilst doing the drills and giving them lots of instant feedback which you don't always necessarily get in a group training session.  The sessions ran for an hour and I was pleasantly surprised at how much they fit in to each session.  Dylan would get in to the car after each session tired but animated  and tell me how much he had enjoyed it and how he was going to be able to use what he had learnt.  I found the experience extremely worthwhile and would highly recommend it to any child at any level.

Katrina Lawson

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