THE South Coast Blaze, in partnership with Kiama Netball Association, Shoalhaven Netball Association and Illawarra District Netball Association, are launching the South Coast Blaze Talent Identification Program (SCB TIP).
The program is available in 2020 to talented athletes from the NSW South Coast and Far South Coast regions, including the Sapphire Coast and Southern Highlands.
"With the establishment of the South Coast Blaze Premier League opens and under 23s netball teams, we are now able to create more elite pathways for our talented local players,' South Coast Blaze Board Member and Program Coordinator Michele Harvey said.
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"The South Coast Blaze Talent Identification Program has been created to develop our future elite players, providing them with an opportunity to train with other talented players and receive specialist coaching in a high performance environment to improve their skills."
If you are passionate about netball, between the ages of 14 and 18 years old, and want to be part of an elite netball development program, registrations for trials are open now until Sunday, February 23.
Trials will be held on Saturday, February 29 at Illawarra Sports Stadium.
There are only a limited number of positions available so please register early.
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Players who have been successfully selected in the program will be coached across eight two hour sessions - to be held at the Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre, Illawarra Sports Stadium and Kiama Leisure Centre - by former elite netballers, including former Sydney Swifts stars Nat Behl (nee Sloane) and Kimberlee Gilmour, as well as former United Kingdom netball superleague player Donna Fearon.
Visit www.southcoastblaze.com.au for registration details.