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Netball Central Zone Announces NZ Talent Development Squad

Netball Central Zone Announces NZ Talent Development Squad
Media Release

11 December 2013

Netball Central Zone has announced a squad of 50 players and nine umpires who have been selected for the Central Zone NZ Talent Development Programme in 2014, following four successful Cluster Development Sessions held during November and December.

The Talent Development Programme is an exciting opportunity for players and umpires to learn and experience the principles of high performance netball. The programme aims to give athletes an insight into the commitment and skills required to perform at an elite level including specialist sessions on skill development, nutrition, mental skills, athlete life and strength & conditioning. Coaches from within the Central Zone are invited to attend and help to deliver some of the skill components.

Netball New Zealand Emerging Talent Selectors will be also attending the programme days within each zone across the country, as part of their role to identify talent. Players and umpires will be tracked and observed on a number of occasions, including at tournaments throughout the 2014 netball season, before a final selection is made in September/October. Those selected will receive invitations to attend the National Development Camp in December 2014.

Netball Central Zone NZ Talent Development Squad 2014

PLAYERS   
First NameSurnameSchoolRegion
KelseyMcPheeNapier GHSHawke's Bay
KimioraPoiNapier GHSHawke's Bay
KayaLordNapier GHSHawke's Bay
BriannaStephensonNapier GHSHawke's Bay
JaydiChaffey-TaylorNapier GHSHawke's Bay
YahairaWilliamsKaramuHawke's Bay
OliviaMacaulayHastingsHawke's Bay
OliviaTilyardCHBCHawke's Bay
BronaTurleyWoodfordHawke's Bay
Emma MayMurray-FifitaTu ToaHorizons
KiwaShelford-SaltTu ToaHorizons
AshleighTahiwiTu ToaHorizons
ArianaRansom-KielRua ManoHorizons
SammyMurphyWHSHorizons
JessicaSearlePNGHSHorizons
ElleshiaClarksonTu ToaHorizons
BraxtonTe RiiniTu ToaHorizons
RubyAugustPNGHSHorizons
MaiaWatlingPNGHSHorizons
SavanaghCassidyTu ToaHorizons
AllazaeTurahui-Te UawiriTu ToaHorizons
SeasonsTurahui-Te UawiriTu ToaHorizons
RuhiaTamatiWHSHorizons
LilleeStephensonTu ToaHorizons
AlanaFraserOtaki CollegeHorizons
MairangiTamatiSHGCTaranaki
KellyJuryNPGHSTaranaki
KateWellsSHGCTaranaki
ErikaBarrNPGHSTaranaki
ReneeSandleSHGCTaranaki
AlienaWallisHawera HSTaranaki
MechaelaMajorSHGCTaranaki
GraceMajorSHGCTaranaki
DanielleDravitskiInglewood HSTaranaki
ColleenFaleafangaSt Mary'sWellington
MarcelleParkesNewlandsWellington
MilaReuelu-BuchananWEGCWellington
JermaineHoward-ValanceSt Mary'sWellington
TenikaLeotaWEGCWellington
BiancaVan DykWGHSWellington
CamilleTime-TaotuaPorirua CollegeWellington
SophieDybergKapiti CollegeWellington
ApiTafuaNewlandsWellington
LucyGarnerChiltonWellington
CharlieVialiniUH CollegeWellington
CatherineGrahamMarsdenWellington
MereanaMakeaWEGCWellington
ToriWattWEGCWellington
FrancescaWottonWGHSWellington
MilanLefaoesuSt Mary'sWellington
    
UMPIRES   
AbigailHussey Hawke's Bay
MegPaterson Hawke's Bay
StaceyCook Horizons
ReneeHarrison Horizons
ClaudiaRaven Taranaki
EvaReid Taranaki
KoreroWilliams Wellington
AmeliaWheeler Wellington
MarlissaHoward Wellington

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