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Seymour named Assistant Coach for FAST5 Ferns

Seymour named Assistant Coach for FAST5 Ferns
Media Release
27 September 2013

Netball New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of former Silver Ferns captain and EasiYo Tactix assistant coach Julie Seymour to the role of FAST5 Ferns assistant coach for the FAST5 Netball World Series in November.

Seymour will join Janine Southby who was named Head Coach of the team earlier this week. The FAST5 Ferns are: Casey Kopua , Laura Langman, Maria Tutaia, Katrina Grant, Cathrine Latu, Katarina Cooper, Shannon Francois, Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit, Courtney Tairi and Anna Thompson. The FAST5 Netball World Series takes place at Vector Arena, Auckland from 8-10 November. Tickets on sale now from TicketMaster.

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