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The North Coast Academy of Sport (NCAS) would like to welcome applicants for the 2014 Netball Program.

The NCAS program is supported and endorsed by Netball NSW and also plays an underpinning role to the NSW Institute of Sport. The program under the implementation of the National Develop a Diamond Academy Program focuses on the identification and development of talented junior netball athletes on the north coast of NSW.

Gretel Tippett, who in 2014 will make her debut in the ANZ Championships playing with the NSW Swifts, has come on board as an Academy Ambassador.

Starting in 2014 the NCAS Program will allow for younger athletes to trial for selection in the squad. Any athletes turning 14-18 years of age in 2014 are welcome to apply. 

The following positions are also open for netball staff:

  • Head Coach
  • Assistant Coach/es
  • Development Coach/es
  • Team Manager

Staff applications close Friday February 21.

Athlete applications close Friday February 28 with trials to be held Sunday March 16 at SportzCentral Stadium, Bray Street, Coffs Harbour.

Further information on athlete eligibility and application forms can be found at the NCAS website. 


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