Carlisle Sentinels Announce New Head Coach Ready For #Britball17

Following an unexpected parting of ways with former Head Coach Chris Bond, the Carlisle Sentinels are pleased to announce that following opening the position to applicants from across the Britball Nation, via, the appointment of their new Head Coach ready for the Carlisle Sentinel’s 2017 campaign!

In a statement shared with DC:

The Carlisle Sentinels are pleased to announce the appointment of Coach Keith Cashner as the new Head Coach for the upcoming season.

Coach Cashner (40) is a family man who is a minister in the Denton Holme Community. He comes from the Chicagoland area in the United States and grew up in the state of Wisconsin. Coach Cashner has already spent two seasons at the Sentinels; as Offensive Coordinator as well as coaching various positional groups.

His own football history includes playing 12 years in the States, ending his playing career in the States at Maranatha Baptist Bible College. After his collegiate career he coached numerous sports in different locations in Illinois giving him a well-rounded view of sports and the ability to share the effective work ethics of numerous successful programmes.

His philosophy is simple and includes the belief that football requires individuals to have ‘a mind set to learn, put into action, and repeat basic fundamentals that will help draw a team together’. Coach Cashner was quoted as saying “Football is not just a game for Sundays; it can be a life changing experience.”

Coach Cashner wants to see the team push towards excellence that will help the players believe in themselves and those around them; on the field, on the side line, and in life.

Coach Cashner, courtesy of Carlisle Sentinels
Coach Cashner, courtesy of Carlisle Sentinels

Quickly securing a new Head Coach will hopefully allow the Sentinels a great opportunity to show progress heading into #Britball17 after the winter 2015 floods quite literally put a dampener on their #Britball16 season.




Nick 'Willy Tee' Wilson-Town hails from the South West where he's spent the last decade bouncing around various teams at the university and senior level. He came to fame on the now departed unofficial forum thanks to his regularly irreverent Uniball predictions and general 'BUAFL wafflage'. Follow him on twitter @WillyTee1