YOur Canterbury Rams
- Professional Basketball Coach in the National Basketball League, NBL (10 seasons)
- Experience at National and International Level as a coach (7 years)
- Worked in the Sport of Basketball for 20+ years at all levels
- Worked for both the Government (Sport and Rec QLD), Private (Cairns Taipans, Perth Wildcats) and Education Sectors (John Paul College, Loreto College, St Lawrence's College).
- FIBA Licensed Basketball Coach
- Master Coach - Basketball Australia Coaching Accreditation Program
Terry began playing in the Canterbury Basketball Association in 1981 and progressed through various age group teams representing the province at U16, U18, U20, U23. He made the Rams team in 1987 and went on to represent the Rams through to 1991. During that period he was a member of the back to back championship winning Rams teams of 1989 and 1990 playing under Head Coach Keith Mair and Assistant Coach Bert Knops. Following his playing days with the Rams Terry became the Canterbury Basketball Development Manager building programmes for the association. He also became a part time TV commentator alongside, firstly John Watson and then the legend Bob Mantei, calling Rams games for CTV and CHTV. Terry became the administrator for the Rams team in 2006 when the CBA took over the running of the team for a three year period. During this time he was also the Assistant Coach to American Chris Sparks (2006,2007) and Bert Knops (2008). Terry played a part in convincing current Rams owner Andrew Harrison to restart the team in 2014 so that young local talented players had a flagship team to aspire to. Most recently he was back in the commentary seat alongside James Lissaman calling the games for the live streaming coverage. Terry has been appointed Rams Assistant Coach for 2019 under Head Coach Mick Downer and alongside Assistant Piet Van Hasselt. “It’s a real privilege to be back on the side lines and I’m looking forward to being a part of a Canterbury Rams team that plays the right way with energy and passion”.
Lidia is originally from Spain. Lidia has a Masters in Health Practice in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from AUT and her enthusiasm and desire to achieve her goals both professionally and in her personal life as a triathlete has been an example to her colleagues and patients. Lidia has been involved in providing physiotherapy services to different sports teams and athletes across a variety of sport: rugby, athletics, triathlon, multisport, cricket and soccer. Most recently Lidia has been the team physiotherapist for the Canterbury RAMS and Wildcats since 2014 and is regularly involved with the Eagles Academy. Lidia’s passion is movement screening for injury prevention and end-stage rehabilitation particularly associated with ankle sprain and ACL injuries.
Andrew runs a business called Get Fast and Strong Limited. He works with athletes across a variety of sports to help their speed and strength. Andrew has worked with numerous teams and individuals like the Crusaders and Tom Walsh to help them achieve world class results. Having played basketball when he was younger to representative level Andrew has plenty of experience in basketball and uses this to help write cutting edge strength and conditioning programs to help the Rams players become the best athlete they can be.