TADCASTER Albion manager Paul Quinn has added six new members to his backroom staff.

The club have announced that the six new members will form two distinct groups - the Insights Team and the Physical Performance Team, with three members in each group.

The Insights Team will be led by Darren Huart, who will provide the link between the team and Quinn and assistant manager Steve Waide.

The 30-year-old has worked for several years teaching physical exercise in schools but recently moved back to Yorkshire to take up a position with charitable organisation 'Yorkshire Sport'.

Mathew Turner will take up the position as head analyst.

Through videoing and analysing the matches he will be able to provide feedback and statistics on every aspect of the team, helping to identify areas of strength and improvement.

Turner is currently studying Sports Coaching and Performance Science at the University of Hull.

He has also been at Hull City Ladies in a similar role.

Completing the Insights Team is Nathan Jarvis who will act as the club's opposition scout.

Nathan has a degree in Sports Health and Exercise Science, again from the University of Hull.

He also has previous performance analysis experience from his time at Ossett Ladies.

Manager Paul Quinn said: "We have spent the last couple of weeks building the infrastructure around the playing staff and we have all been really pleased with the quality and quantity of people coming forward to help the club continue to progress.

"It is hugely uncertain times for everyone involved in football but we want to use this time as best we can to prepare and ready ourselves for whenever football returns.

"Darren, Matthew and Nathan promise to be fantastic additions for the club."

Tadcaster also revealed the specialists which will make up their Physical Performance Team.

The team will aim to significantly increase strength and fitness levels thereby improving performance and reducing injuries as the season wears on.

Returning for next season is physio Abbey Halliwell.

Halliwell joined the Brewers for the commencement of last season and shouldered single-handed all the players physio requirements both on and off the pitch, playing a full part in the success the club achieved.

She is about to start her final year at York St John’s University where she is studying for a degree in Sports Therapy.

Halliwell will work closely with strength and conditioning coach Olly Parker, who joined Tadcaster in November, while completing his studies at Leeds Beckett University for a degree in Sports Coaching.

He has past experience with Bradford City Under-15’s and more recently with the University side.

The expanded role will enable Parker to oversee gym and Zoom sessions with a view to providing the players with a framework they can take home to help them raise fitness and strength.

Making up the team is latest addition Emma Robertshaw - a former player at Tadcaster Magnets and Leeds United Ladies.

She has a Sports Therapy degree and whilst studying assisted with Leigh Centurions rugby league club.

Robertshaw will be responsible for the strength and conditioning of the U23s and support Halliwell with the first-team.