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2019 National Development Camp athletes named

Netball New Zealand has invited 50 athletes from around the country to take part in January’s 2019 National Development Camp.

The group – which was selected, based upon performances at National Age Group Championships, Regional Secondary Schools and NZSS Championships and in conjunction with Zone led talent identification programmes – will be split into five teams to attend the three-day camp in Cambridge.

NNZ Chief Executive Jennie Wyllie said the National Development Camp was an opportunity for prospective talent to display their ability and netball skills.

“We want to extend and inspire our development players and see how they operate in a challenging performance environment,” she said.

“The camp is essential as we continually look to improve the athletes progressing into the Netball New Zealand pathway.”

Players will undergo a series of movement competency screenings with fitness tests to be submitted prior to the camp.

A competitive short-tournament structure will be held during the three days where the players’ ability to thrive under pressure will be observed.

The five teams will be led by coaching experts including New Zealand’s Pathway to Podium (P2P) specialist coaches – Jodi Brown, Irene van Dyk, Sandra Edge, Rebecca Gable and Anna Galvan.

P2P head coach Yvette McCausland-Durie and Tania Karauria will also provide support to these coaches in the build-up to the camp which runs from January 18-21.

The National Development Camp invitation list:

NameSchoolZone
Saviour TuiSt Marys College WellingtonCentral
Madison AwahouManukuraCentral
Rochelle FourieManukuraCentral
Liana Mikaele-TuuHastings Girls High SchoolCentral
Lyric PaewaiManukuraCentral
Maddie FeauanatiSt Marys College WellingtonCentral
Sharnay LeefWellington East Girls CollegeCentral
Tesara-Rose FaleafagaSt Marys College WellingtonCentral
Danae Abolins-ThompsonOnslow CollegeCentral
Paris LokotuiQueen Margaret CollegeCentral
Isla VinkNew Plymouth Girls High SchoolCentral
Parris MasonNew Plymouth Girls High SchoolCentral
Rachel AlbistonSamuel Marsden Collegiate SchoolCentral
Khiarna WilliamsTrident High SchoolWaikato BOP
Hylan PottsHamilton Girls High SchoolWaikato BOP
Kataraina OrmsbySt Peters School CambridgeWaikato BOP
Lina PaleSt Margarets CollegeMainland
Olivia WilkieRangiora High SchoolMainland
Fiapalagi Lai KongMiddleton Grange SchoolMainland
Olivia BurnhamVilla Maria CollegeMainland
Julia WynandsVilla Maria CollegeMainland
Jess MilneTimaru Girls High SchoolMainland
Quantelle Hira-KapuaHillmorton High SchoolMainland
Samara NorthmoreVilla Maria CollegeMainland
Taneisha FifitaWaitaki Girls High SchoolSouth
Kaya LabanSouth Otago High SchoolSouth
Kate HartleySouthland Girls High SchoolSouth
Meg SycamoreColumba CollegeSouth
Vika KolotoBaradene CollegeNorthern
Leehava SaverioHowick CollegeNorthern
Violet TotoHowick CollegeNorthern
Sharon Tiumalu McAuley High School Northern
Grace NwekeAvondale CollegeNorthern
Anna MillarEpsom Girls Grammar SchoolNorthern
Jasleen SinghSaint Kentigern CollegeNorthern
Nanise WaqairaHowick CollegeNorthern
Lisa PuttSaint Kentigern CollegeNorthern
Katie Te AoOne Tree Hill CollegeNorthern
Jessie TaylorWhangarei Girls High SchoolNorthern
Genesis HetaOne Tree Hill CollegeNorthern
Aaliyah RooneyMt Albert Grammar Northern
Ruby SussockSt Cuthberts CollegeNorthern
Ana ManuopongaiEpsom Girls Grammar SchoolNorthern
Francesca TuaMcAuley High SchoolNorthern
Danielle DephoffBay of Islands CollegeNorthern
Jaymie KoloseSaint Kentigern CollegeNorthern
Cecile VeigheSaint Kentigern CollegeNorthern
Sila MatuatiaSt Dominic’s CollegeNorthern
Kylie McGahanWestlake Girls High SchoolNorthern
Latonya LoleMt Albert GrammarNorthern

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