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NZU21, National & Emerging Talent Accelerant Squads


Media Release
30 September 2011

2011/2012 NZU21, National & Emerging Talent Accelerant Squads announced

Netball New Zealand has today announced the 26 players selected for the 2011/2012 NZU21, National and Emerging Talent Accelerant Squad

The NZU21 & Emerging Talent squad players will be in contention for the NZU21 Team to compete in the World Youth Championships to be held in Glasgow in 2013.

The National Accelerant Squad is a group of players selected by the National Selectors who have potential in the next 2 -3 years to compete for a place in the Silver Ferns Squad.


2011-2012 NATIONAL ACCELERANT SQUAD
Amber Bellringer Western
Ellen Halpenny Canterbury
Daya Pritchard Wellington
Shannon Francois Otago
Portia Woodman Auckland Waitakere
Jess Moulds North
Jess Tuki Waikato


NZU21 SQUAD 2011/2012
Te Paea Selby-Rickitt Otago
Sophia Fenwick Canterbury
Tera-Maria Amani Auckland Waitakere
Gemma Hazeldine Canterbury
Erikana Pedersen not playing LFNC – Auckland Waitakere Region
Nicola Mackle Wellington
Sheridan Bignall Western
Kirsten Hurley Counties Manukau
Stacey Peeters not playing LFNC – Netball Otago Region
Emma Weenink not playing LFNC – Netball Wellington Region
Storm Purvis not playing LFNC – Netball Otago Region
Jess Bourke not playing LFNC - Auckland Waitakere Region

Emerging Talent Accelerant Squad –
Sarah Hayman not playing LFNC – Netball Canterbury Region
Elizabeth Hayman not playing LFNC – Netball Canterbury Region
Brooke Leaver not playing LFNC – Netball Western Region
Sam Sinclair not playing LFNC – Netball Bay of Plenty Region
Nadia Loveday not playing LFNC – Netball Counties Manukau Region
Laura McClone not playing LFNC – Netball Wellington Region
Greer Patterson not playing LFNC – Netball Western Region

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