Coventry Jets Rebuilding Towards Premiership Return – Coaches Required

It was a tough season for the Jets in #Britball16. Their corner of the #BritballNation is becoming rather spoilt for choice with up-and-coming young programmes, and with the Premiership North containing the most competitive selection of teams in recent memory, something had to give.

The Jets came into the season looking to rebuild from some key off-season losses due to retirement, and it clearly took them some time to plug the holes this left. They held their heads high throughout a tough year however, saving face and showing pride in a season-closing victory over the Lancashire Wolverines to ensure they didn’t suffer the ignominy of a winless season.

Playing Division One football in #Britball17 offers this legendary Britball programme a great opportunity to rebuild, developing players and coaches ready for a return to PremBallin’.

Last time the Jets dropped down a tier they followed up by going undefeated in the subsequent season as they stormed right back into the Premiership. As such, a coaching position with the Jets offers a great opportunity to be part of one of the most successful programmes in Britball history, and contribute to this top-flight programme’s intended return to the top tier.


After a turbulent 2016 campaign, the Coventry Jets are looking to regroup and rebuild in readiness for the challenges of Division One in 2017.

Moving forward, as part of the team’s growth plan we are looking to bring together a group of passionate and committed coaches to help deliver a successful training and development plan that will help us to return to the Premiership. Head Coach Sean Martin is looking to hear from individuals interested in any positional or coordinating role.

The Jets organisation is fully committed to the development of all members and would like to encourage applications from persons of all levels and experience. The primary requirements for all roles are enthusiasm and passion.

If you’re interested in a coaching role, please email Head Coach Sean Martin on

Photography by Nathan Sharrocks - Hook & Ladder Magazine Courtesy of Coventry Jets
Photography by Nathan Sharrocks – Hook & Ladder Magazine
Courtesy of Coventry Jets




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