Netball coaches at Lancaster Football Netball Club have been appointed for the coming Kyabram and District Netball Association season.February 6, 2013 4:07am
Lancaster Football Netball Club coaches (front) Jodi Rennie, Leanne Busch, Michelle Sing; (back) Renee Ashmore, Jo Backway, Sandy Carver, Pip Inglis.
Netball coaches at Lancaster Football Netball Club have been appointed for the coming Kyabram and District Netball Association season.
Pip Inglis will take the reins of the A-grade side, while Renee Ashmore and Jo Backway take charge of B-grade.
Other coaches are: C-Grade — Michelle Sing and Jodi Rennie, Under 17’s and 15’s — Sandy Carver and Michelle Hill whilst Leanne Busch will be assistant coach.
Anyone interested in playing netball or being involved in any way is welcome to attend the final pre-season training on tonight from 6
Trials will then commence Monday, February 11 at Lancaster with the juniors being conducted from 5.30
There will also be additional trials on February 13, 18 and 20.
For more information contact netball manager Sherry Aitkins on 0408
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