CASSIDY HOLLAND | COACH

Cassidy's experience, knowledge and understanding of rugby 7s puts him in the top echelon of 7s coaches in Australia. Cassidy will continue to inspire and develop the 7s game through his partnership with Elite7s.

Cassidy is a successful, experienced and passionate coach and leader.

 

He is currently the Queensland Academy of Sport Men’s 7s Head Coach and also the Head Coach for Australia U18 Boys Rugby 7s team.

Cassidy is also involved with both the National Men's and Women's teams, coaching the Australian Men's development team on the Japan 2018 tour, as well as having continual connection with Women's head coach John Minetti about player pathways and development of pathways.

His extensive coaching and playing experience in both 7s and 15s formats gives Cassidy the qualifications and attitude necessary to implement a powerful strategic team vision, build strong team performance cultures and ensure results both on and off the field.

QUEENSLAND ACADEMY OF SPORT MEN'S SEVENS

2016 - present

Head Coach

AUSTRALIAN U18 BOY'S SEVENS

2018 - present

Head Coach

AUSTRALIAN DEVELOPMENT MEN'S SEVENS (JAPAN TOUR)

2018

Head Coach

UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND AON WOMEN'S SEVENS

2017 - present

Co Head Coach

TRIBE MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SEVENS HEAD COACH

2013 - present

Head Coach

NETHERLANDS WOMEN'S SEVENS ASSISTANT COACH

2016 - 2017

Coach and Video Analyst

 

FIRST PLACE RESULTS

2018

1st place

  • Oceania Youth Championships (Youth Olympic Games Qualifier)

  • Australian AON 7’s Rd 1 University of Tasmania Women’s Elite

  • Australian National Championship Men’s Elite

  • Brisvegas 7’s Youth Elite

  • Noosa 7’s Youth Elite

2017

1st place

  • Australian National championship Men’s Elite

  • Las Vegas International 7’s Men’s Elite

  • Emmanuel 7’s Men’s Elite

  • Brothers 7’s Men’s Elite

  • Brisvegas Rugby 7’s Men’s Elite

  • Noosa International Men’s & Women’s Elite

  • Australian AON 7’s Undefeated Championship Women’s Elite Winning Round 1, 2, 3 and 4

  • Roma 7’s Women’s Elite

2016

1st place

  • Australian National championship Men’s Elite

  • Centrale 7’s France Men’s Elite

  • World’s Hottest 7’s Women’s Elite

  • Lake Macquarie 7’s Women’s Elite

  • Centrale 7’s France Women’s Elite

 

Wests Bulldogs Captain Cassidy Holland holding the Queensland Premier Cup in 2007

University of Queensland are the AON Australian Women's Undefeated Champions 

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Our vision is to develop and lead rugby teams to success.

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