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Trialists Named for Secondary Schools Netball

MEDIA RELEASE                                                                                   4 December 2007
 

Trialists Named for New Zealand Secondary Schools Netball
 
Netball New Zealand has named 20 trialists to attend the NZ Secondary Schools Selection Camp that will take place in Palmerston North from 21-24 April 2008.  Additional players may be added to the NZSS trials based on performances in the NZ Talent Development Programme in early 2008.

Following the camp, 12 players will be named in the 2008 NZ Secondary Schools Team to travel to Adelaide from 24-30 May to compete against their Australian counterparts and other invited teams.

The trialists are:

Attackers
Amber Bellringer, Sacred Heart Girls College (Western)

Kayla Cullen, Auckland Girls Grammar School (Auckland Waitakere)

Shannon Francois, Motueka High School, (Tasman)

Ellen Halpenny, Villa Maria College (Canterbury)

Darrell Leota, Mt Albert Grammar School (Auckland Waitakere)

Te Paea Selby-Rickit, Te Wharekura o Te Rito (Western)

Lavinia Vaitohi, Mt Albert Grammar School (Auckland Waitakere)

 

Mid Court
Sheridan Bignall, TCS Tu Toa (Western)

Kelly Griffin, Mt Albert Grammar School (Auckland Waitakere)

Alice Hickey, Baradene College (Auckland Waitakere)

Stacey Martin, Mahurangi College (North)

Lauretta Rooney-Cribb, TCS Tu Toa (Western)

Awhina Savage, Tauranga Girls High School (Bay of Plenty)

Kahurangi Watene, Saint Kentigern College (Counties Manukau)

 

Defence
Jodi Beaumont, Cambridge High School, (Waikato)

Philippa Dean, Villa Maria College (Canterbury)

Sulu Tone Fitzpatrick, Saint Cuthbert's College (Auckland Waitakere)

Kendall McMinn, Verdon College (Southland)

Madison Nicholas, Auckland Girls Grammar School (Auckland Waitakere

Elias Shadrock, Western Heights High School (Bay of Plenty)

 

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