Josh is currently coach of the Club's Blue Division 2 team. Josh’s is a massive supporter of the club ethos and works with each player on a continual improvement basis on both footy and life skills.
Josh became involved at the club through his brother, Toby. Josh was originally a spectator of the Panthers doing odd jobs (like goal umpiring). Josh began acting as a Runner and part-time Trainer 3 years ago and helped coach training last year. Josh started coaching the Panthers this year.
Josh also assists at the Croydon Rangers cricket club, where his brother and other Panthers play cricket in the Melbourne All Abilities Cricket Association.
Outside of the Panthers, Josh is a successful lawyer working at a large international firm.
Andrew re-joined the coaching ranks in 2018 where he proudly took on our Division 4 team. Andrew takes pride in working with each player individually to set goals specific to that individual such as getting their first hand ball or getting their first goal. Andrew’s ability to recognise the needs of individual players comes from a long and distinguished career coaching both footballers and cricketers. Outside of Mazenod, Andrew coaches All Abilities cricket at Moorabbin.
Away from footy and cricket Andrew is a proud family man. He and Robyn have 2 boys. Career wise, Andrew has carved out a successful career as an electrician.
Michael Regan – Training and Conditioning Coach
Michael has played 10+ years for Mazenod Old Collegians Football and Cricket Clubs. A former student and teacher at the college, Michael is passionate about the Mazenod community. Michael works for Port Adelaide Football Club in recruiting, and is keen to make sure that every member of the Panthers improves their football, while enjoying being part of a team and community.
Mathew Giuliano – Training Coach
Mathew is a volunteer training coach who joined us in 2018. His role at the Panthers is to conduct and assist with the various aspects of training. Part of this role is to ensure the continuous development of all players at a footballing and social level, whilst making all aspects of training fun and engaging. Mathew became involved with the club through the Mazenod Old Collegians Football Club and provides as the strong link between Panthers and Mazenod Old Collegians playing group. Outside of football, Mathew is in his final year of a Law and Commerce degree and works part-time within the finance industry.