The Rugby League Federation of Ghana (RLFG) has announced that Strength and Conditioning Coach, Adam Bromley, is joining the Federation to help to support the community game and National Team Head Trainer Marshall Nortey, along with Jonas Moorkaar, ahead of the national team’s preparations for their 2021 campaign.
The RLFG says Adam Bromley, who has worked with several professional clubs in England and is currently with Stanningley, brings a wealth of experience to help grow the game in Ghana.
Adam is a qualified and certified trainer with an MSc in Strength and Conditioning (Leeds Beckett University 2016-2017), REPs level 3 personal trainer and Emergency First Aid at Work RFQ 2019.
He also has experience as a Sports Scientist (2020 -2021) for Pro Football Support, as a Strength and Conditioning Coach (2018- present) for A2B Conditioning, as as the Head of Strength and Conditioning (2017-2018) for Hunslet RFLC.
“The RLFG is grateful for this kind gesture. We’d also like to seek more support from organisations to help in the development of Rugby League in Ghana,” the Federation said.