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INTERNATIONAL TEST SEASON NETBALL QUAD SERIES CONSTELLATION CUP 15-22 SEPTEMBER 2018 7-18 OCTOBER 2018 V V AUSTRALIAN DIAMONDS AUSTRALIAN DIAMONDS ENGLAND ROSES SOUTH AFRICAN PROTEAS
WELCOME FROM NETBALL NEW ZEALAND CEO It’s been a challenging year for the Silver Ferns in 2018, but also one boosted by the excitement around a new-look squad and the appointment of head coach Noeline Taurua. The Netball Quad Series and Constellation Cup are the first part of the journey for the squad as they look ahead toward a top performance at the Netball World Cup in Liverpool next year. Netball New Zealand extends a warm welcome to the Australian Diamonds, England Roses and South Africa SPAR Proteas who always provide a fantastic spectacle and fierce challenge in the true spirit of the game. The sport of Netball in this country continues to create positive, strong and healthy role models at all levels from grassroots right through to on the world stage. Legacy plays a huge role for the Silver Ferns with our young talent aspiring to wear the black dress and be the next Maria Folau, Samantha Sinclair. Earlier generations have enjoyed the thrill of watching the likes of Dame Lois Muir, Sandra Edge and Irene van Dyk in action. As the Silver Ferns prepare to open a new chapter in that legacy, we look forward to all Netball fans joining us on the journey. One person doesn’t make a team, but a nation can. On behalf of Netball New Zealand, I would like to acknowledge the support we continue to get from the media as well as all our partners and sponsors. We greatly appreciate all you do for our game. Jennie Wyllie NNZ Cheif Executive
MEDIA INFORMATION SILVER FERNS Kerry Manders Head of PR, Media and Government Relations M: +64 21 410 970 E: email@example.com AUSTRALIAN DIAMONDS Jenna Handreck Media and Communications Manager M: +61 400 812 196 E: firstname.lastname@example.org ENGLAND ROSES Paul Dring Team Manager M: +44 7540 126601 SPAR PROTEAS Nisha Rupnarain Team Manager M: +64 21 025 56901
MEDIA ACCREDITATION Netball New Zealand manages all media and photographer accreditations for Silver Ferns Test Matches hosted in New Zealand. For those who have applied for accreditation, this will be sent to you prior to the first Test match. For those who wish to still attend but have missed the deadline, please contact Kerry Manders at Kerrym@netballnz.co.nz. GUIDELINES FOR ACCREDITED MEDIA Media must wear the appropriate accreditation pass at all times in the match venue. Accreditation is not transferable. Media must conduct their work solely from within the designated areas determined by Netball New Zealand at each venue. Working space on the media bench may be allocated by Netball New Zealand. FOR ACCREDITED PHOTOGRAPHERS Photographers must wear their accreditation pass and official photographer’s vest issued by the Netball New Zealand media team at all times in the venue. Photographers must position themselves behind the court-side A-frame/digital signage for the duration of the match , and must not obstruct the view of any spectators. Photographers are not permitted to enter the field of play. Photographers cannot use flash or strobe lighting during matches. SPECIAL BROADCAST CONDITIONS Only rights holding broadcasters are permitted to film (SKY Sport ONLY) or commentate (SKY Sport and Radio Sport) on Test Matches within official venues. Live streaming and video footage inside official venues (including Snapchat, FB live, Instagram live, Periscope and other social media/online tools) is strictly prohibited. Only digital rights holding broadcasters and Netball New Zealand representatives are permitted to live stream or video at Test Matches within official venues. News crews are permitted to film or live stream the official post match press conference but are not permitted to film anywhere else in the venue, unless permission has been granted prior.
KEY STATS AND MILESTONES MOST CAPPED ENG | Jade Clarke (150) RSA | Bongiwe Msomi (89) NZL | Laura Langman (141) AUS | Caitlin Bassett (83) POTENTIAL DEBUTANTS Karin Burger (NZL) Jamie-Lee Price (AUS) Elisapeta Toeava (NZL) Khanyisa Chawane (RSA) Aliyah Dunn (NZL) Romé Dreyer (RSA) Jess Anstiss (AUS) Jessica Khomo (RSA) Megan Sarah Klau (AUS) Roux (RSA) Kelsey Browne (AUS) Monique Reyneke (RSA) 100 TEST CAPS DURING INTERNATIONAL SEASON Ama Agbeze (97) 50 TEST CAPS DURING INTERNATIONAL SEASON Helen Housby (47) YOUNGEST BY COUNTRY ENG | Helen Housby (19/01/95) RSA | Megan Roux (13/09/98) NZL | Aliyah Dunn (19/10/99) AUS | Jess Anstiss (20/11/96) OLDEST BY COUNTRY ENG | Ama Agbeze (12/11/82) RSA | Phumza Maweni (04/09/84) NZL | Casey Kopua (19/06/85) AUS | Caitlin Thwaites (29/12/86) TALLEST BY COUNTRY ENG | Joanne Harten & Geva Mentor (188) RSA | Sigrid Burger (194) NZL | Kelly Jury (192) AUS | Caitlin Bassett (193) SHORTEST BY COUNTRY ENG | Sasha Corbin (168) RSA | Khanyisa Chawane (165) NZL | Elisapeta Toeava (161) AUS | Kelsey Browne (164)
SERIES QUAD QUAD SERIES
NETBALL QUAD SERIES IS… Netball Quad Series is contested between four of international Netball’s strongest nations, the Silver Ferns, Australian Diamonds, England Roses and South Africa’s SPAR Proteas. ABOUT THE LOGO Fashioned to include a majestic bird featuring the colours of SANZEA’S inaugural four nations, it is a symbol of beauty, flight, power, strength, precision, and movement with grace and breadth (wing span), wisdom and experience (all seeing). Named Victorious, she takes her influence from an eagle - a recognised symbol of vision, leadership and strength. The association with a bird of prey of such power and dominance, beauty and grace; the sleek lines represent Victorious’ intelligence, ability to soar and keen sight. She is seen as a visionary who is willing to push the limits of self and team and is summoned when about to embark on a challenge – the challenge of the Netball Quad Series. HOW THE TROPHY IS DECIDED All matches must play to an outright result. Win: 2 points Draw: 1 point* Loss: 0 points *only if match is unable to be completed If teams are tied on points at the end of the Series, the winner is decided by the greater goal percentage (calculated to two decimal places). Goal % = total goals scored / total goals scored against x 100 If the teams are still tied, then goal difference will decide their ranking. Goal difference = goals for – goals against (from all matches played) After goal difference, the highest number of goals scored for will determine the winner of the Netball Quad Series. In the event that both teams scored an equal number of goals, the series will be declared a draw.
SATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 2018 Venue: Spark Arena, Auckland Broadcaster: SKY Sport Australian Diamonds v South African Proteas @ 2PM NZT Silver Ferns v England Roses @4:30PM NZT TUESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2018 Venue: ASB BayPark, Tauranga Broadcaster: SKY Sport Silver Ferns v South African Proteas @7:30PM NZT SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2018 Venue: Hisense Arena, Melbourne AUS Broadcaster: SKY Sport Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds @ 3pm NZT /SilverFernsNZ @SilverFernsNZ silverferns.co.nz JoinUs @SilverFernsNZ /SilverFernsTV QuadSeries
Full steam ahead at Netball Quad Series In a challenging first-up assignment, the Silver Ferns will step into a new era when they meet the En- gland Roses in their Netball Quad Series opener in Auckland on Saturday. Appointed new coach just last week and with a new-look team, there is much anticipation surrounding Noeline Taurua’s entry at international level and with it reviving the Silver Ferns flagging fortunes. “We’ve got to start from somewhere and it just happens to be that our first game’s against England which, personally, I am absolutely excited by. They’re Commonwealth Games gold medallists, so what an amazing way to start our campaign, against the best.” Taurua said. “This is our opportunity to put out a better performance than our last showing which was the Common- wealth Games. We’re only as good as our last outing, so we need to perform and we need to be better than what that was.” An experienced England pipped favourites Australia to win their first Commonwealth Games title while the Silver Ferns were consigned to a fourth-place finish during the tournament in April. The hugely respected and popular Taurua has had to hit the ground running, only formally getting together with her team for the first time earlier this week and formulating her plans for the international season ahead. “It’s all pretty full-on but we’re getting through it. We’re not going to save the world by Saturday but we’ll give it a good crack. “The time frame is very limited but we have made a start and so far, the intention has been really good. I’m really happy with where the team is mentally and I’m very happy with the mix of players that we have. The players are working very, very hard both on and off court so I couldn’t be happier.” For the Netball Quad Series and the Constellation Cup to follow, Taurua’s objectives are to provide oppor- tunities for everybody to get out on court. “We’ve got to be able to test and assess players in real time,” she said. “We do have a game plan for Saturday and firstly, we’ve got to get the understanding of what those strategies are. So, we’re starting not necessarily at ground zero but we’re building a base. By the time we play NZA on Thursday, we will have a good gauge. “We’re also looking at our protocols, our routines and practises off-court, so making sure they’re effec- tive and efficient.” While the other participants in the series, England Roses, the Australian Diamonds and SPAR Proteas also haven’t played since the Commonwealth Games, it is a slightly different scenario for the Silver Ferns with a new coach at the helm. “We’re still finding our way but there’s no better way than just getting in there and getting going,” Taurua said. “We need to get things going to see where we are realistically and determine what needs to happen the next time we take the court. “There are different variables when coaching at this level and it won’t be like other environments that I’ve been in. It’s not until I take this first test that I’ll know what that’s all about but I’m looking forward to experiencing the feeling of coaching at international level.”
CONSTELLATION CUP CONSTELLATION CUP
CONSTELLATION CUP IS… The Constellation Cup is the perpetual symbol of intense rivalry between New Zealand and Australia, who have battled each other for Netball supremacy since 1938. ABOUT THE TROPHY Commissioned by the two national sporting organisations in 2010, the Constellation Cup captures the aspirations of each nation on the Netball court. Fashioned as a diamond encrusted, silver champagne chalice, the Cup stands for achievement, optimism and timelessness. The series to determine who holds the Constellation Cup is contested annually between the trans- Tasman rivals, with three to five matches played across both countries. The trophy was designed and manufactured by Australian Michael Wilson. The Constellation Cup is comprised of Sterling Silver, 101 white and champagne brilliant-cut diamonds and 5000-year-old ebonised ancient Murray River Red Gum. The display case was designed and crafted by Vic Matthews of New Zealand and is made of Black Maire, New Zealand’s hardest wood. HOW THE TROPHY IS DECIDED The Constellation Cup is a best of four series, played in October, with all matches requiring an outright result. If the Test Series is level with an equal number of wins to each country, the winner of the Series will be decided by the greater goal percentage (to two decimal places). Goal % = total goals scored / total goals scored against x 100 If the teams continue to be tied following. the calculation of goal percentage, goal difference will be applied. If goal difference is not able to separate the teams, the highest number of goals scored for will be taken into account to ascertain the winner of the Constellation Cup.
SUNDAY 7 OCTOBER 2018 Venue: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane AUS Broadcaster: SKY Sport Time: 3pm NZT WEDNESDAY 10 0CTOBER 2018 Venue: Townsville Entertainment & Convention Centre, Townsville, AUS Broadcaster: SKY Sport Time: 9pm NZT SUNDAY 14 OCTOBER 2018 Venue: Claudelands Arena, Hamilton Broadcaster: SKY Sport Time: 4pm THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER 2018 Venue: TSB Bank Arena, Wellington Broadcaster: SKY Sport Time: 7:30pm /SilverFernsNZ @SilverFernsNZ silverferns.co.nz JoinUs @SilverFernsNZ /SilverFernsTV Constellation Cup
STATS THAT COUNT SILVER FERNS V ENGLAND ROSES Matches Played: 93 NZL has won 83 | ENG has won 8 Drawn: 2 Previous 5 Meetings: 7 September 2017 | NZL 62 v ENG 55 10 September 2017 | ENG 49 v NZL 46 13 September 2018 | NZL 62 v ENG 55 20 Janurary 2018 | ENG 64 v NZL 57 11 April 2018 | ENG 54 v NZL 45 SILVER FERNS V SPAR PROTEAS Matches Played: 31 NZL has won 30 | RSA has won 1 Previous 5 Meetings: 28 July 2015 | NZL 67 v RSA 28 31 August 2016 | NZL 65 v RSA 46 5 Feburary 2017 | NZL 70 v RSA 39 26 August 2017 | NZL 63 V RSA 56 25 January 2018 | NZL 51 v RSA 46 SILVER FERNS V AUSTRALIAN DIAMONDS Matches Played: 140 NZL has won 50 | AUS has won 88 Drawn: 2 Previous 5 Meetings: 8 October 2017 | AUS 60 v NZL 52 11 October 2017 | AUS 55 v NZL 43 14 October 2017 | AUS 58 v NZL 42 28 January 2018 | AUS 67 v NZL 48 14 April 2018 | AUS 65 v NZL 44 * For more stats please visit SilverFerns.co.nz * * Champion Data provide real time statistics, to access this go to the Match Day Tab at SilverFerns.co.nz
UMPIRES NETBALL QUAD SERIES Saturday 15th September Australian Diamonds v South African Proteas UMPIRES: Gareth Fowler and Joan Abdullah RESERVE: Ann Hay Saturday 15th September Silver Ferns v England Roses UMPIRES: Joshua Bowring and Bronwen Adams RESERVE: Helen George Tuesday 18th September Silver Ferns v South African Proteas UMPIRES: Bronwen Adams and Helen George RESERVE: Joshua Bowring CONSTELLATION CUP: Kate Stephenson - England Anso Kemp - South Africa Ian Fuller - England
SILVER FERNS SILVER FERNS
ABOUT THE SILVER FERNS The Silver Ferns have six players who played at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast named to play for the Quad Series; Katrina Grant, Ameliaranne Ekenasio, Samantha Sinclair, Te Paea Selby-Rickit, Maria Folau and Temalisi Fakahokotau. Laura Langman returns to the Silver Ferns Team for the first time since October 2016. Langman played 141 consecutive Tests between her debut in 2005 and her last Test in October 2016. Langman is five Tests away from passing Irene van Dyk (145 Silver Ferns Tests) as the most capped Silver Fern in history. There are three uncapped players in the Quad Series Team; Karin Burger, Aliyah Dunn and Elisapeta Toeava. Michaela Sokolich-Beatson is Silver Fern #169 and was the last to debut in March this year against Malawi. Noeline Taurua becomes the 11th Silver Ferns Coach since 1938. Taurua is the eighth Silver Fern to also become the Head Coach of her country. The other seven player-coaches are Dixie Cockerton (1960-63), Lois Muir (1974-88), Lyn Gunson (1989-1993), Leigh Gibbs (1994-1997), Yvonne Willering (1997-2001), Ruth Aitken (2002-2011) & Waimarama Taumaunu (2011-2015).
TEAM GINA CRAMPTON KARIN BURGER Position: WA, C Position: GK, GD, WD Date of Birth: 07/12/91 Date of Birth: 12/04/93 Height: 174cm Height: 184cm From: Hamilton, NZ From: South Africa Test Caps: 16 AMELIARANNE EKENASIO ALIYAH DUNN Position: GS, GA Position: GS, GA Date of Birth: 11/01/91 Date of Birth: 19/10/99 Height: 186cm Height: 190cm From: Australia From: Invercargill, NZ Test Caps: 21 TEMALISI FAKAHOKOTAU MARIA FOLAU Position: GD, WD, GK Position: GA, GS Date of Birth: 09/09/94 Date of Birth: 18/02/87 Height: 182cm Height: 188cm From: Auckland, NZ From: Tokoroa, NZ Test Caps: 22 Test Caps: 128 KATRINA GRANT KELLY JURY Position: GD, GK Position: GK, GD Date of Birth: 06/05/87 Date of Birth: 22/10/96 Height: 186cm Height: 192cm From: Papakura, NZ From: Stratford, NZ Test Caps: 118 Test Caps: 22 CASEY KOPUA LAURA LANGMAN Position: GK, GD Position: C, WD, WA Date of Birth: 19/06/85 Date of Birth: 16/04/86 Height: 188cm Height: 173cm From: Hamilton, NZ From: Hamilton, NZ Test Caps: 101 Test Caps: 141
TEAM BAILEY MES TE PAEA SELBY-RICKIT Position: GS, GA, WA Position: GA, GS Date of Birth: 27/05/89 Date of Birth: 14/01/92 Height: 186cm Height: 188cm From: Auckland, NZ From: Otaki, NZ Test Caps: 63 Test Caps: 30 SAMANTHA SINCLAIR MICHAELA SOKOLICH-BEATSON Position: C, WA, WD Date of Position: GD, WD Birth: 05/06/95 Height: Date of Birth: 02/10/96 171cm Height: 184cm From: Rotorua, NZ From: North Shore, NZ Test Caps: 26 Test Caps: 8 JANE WATSON ELISAPETA TOEAVA Position: GK, GD Position: C, WA Date of Birth: 07/03/90 Date of Birth: 10/03/94 Height: 181cm Height: 161cm From: Christchurch, NZ From: Samoa Test Caps: 19 MAIA WILSON Position: GS Date of Birth: 21/09/97 Height: 187.5cm From: Auckland, NZ Test Caps: 7 Assistant Coach // Deb Fuller Performance Analyst// Leaha Dickey Assistant Coach Quad Series // Marianne Delaney- Team Doctor // Dr Melinda Parnell Hoshek Strength & Conditioning Coach // Assistant Coach Constellation Cup // Reinga Stephen Hotter Bloxham Physiotherapist// Mark Overington NOELINE TAURUA Team Manager // Esther Molloy COACH
AUSTRALIAN DIAMONDS AUSTRALIAN DIAMONDS
ABOUT THE AUSTRALIAN DIAMONDS The Diamonds have nine members of their Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Team returning for the Quad Series. Laura Geitz, Susan Pettitt and Madi Robinson have retired from International Netball. Kelsey Browne is the only debutant in the Diamonds Team for the Quad Series. Browne will join her sister Madi Robinson as a Diamond when she takes the court and becomes the fourth set of sisters to play for the Diamonds. Diamonds Captain Caitlin Bassett in the most capped player in the team with 83 Tests.
TEAM CAITLIN BASSETT APRIL BRANDLEY Position: GS Position: GD, GK Date of Birth: 23/05/88 Date of Birth: 19/04/90 Height: 193cm Height: 185cm From: Perth, WA From: Nowra, NSW Test Caps: 83 Test Caps: 28 COURTNEY BRUCE KELSEY BROWNE Position: GD, GK Position: WA, C Date of Birth: 08/12/93 Date of Birth: 17/01/92 Height: 189cm Height: 164cm From: Gosnells, WA From: Geelong, VIC Test Caps: 17 EMILY MANNIX KIM RAVAILLION Position: GK, GD Position: C, WD, WA Date of Birth: 16/04/94 Date of Birth: 26/07/93 Height: 188cm Height: 175cm From: Leopold, VIC From: Strathfield, NSW Test Caps: 3 Test Caps: 57 GABI SIMPSON CAITLIN THWAITES Position: WD, GD, C Position: GS, GA Date of Birth: 17/10/92 Date of Birth: 29/12/86 Height: 176cm Height: 188cm From: Sydney, NSW From: Bendigo, VIC Test Caps: 32 Test Caps: 41 GRETEL TIPPETT LIZ WATSON Position: GA, GS, WA Position: C, WA Date of Birth: 03/07/93 Date of Birth: 30/03/94 Height: 191cm Height: 178cm From: Gold Coast, QLD From: Carlton, VIC Test Caps: 16 Test Caps: 22
TEAM JOANNA WESTON STEPHANIE WOOD Position: GD, GK Position: GA, WA Date of Birth: 14/02/94 Date of Birth: 28/11/91 Height: 187cm Height: 175cm From: Corowa, VIC From: Townsville, QLD Test Caps: 17 Test Caps: 15 WIDER SQUAD MEMBERS: Jess Anstiss Sarah Klau Kate Moloney Tegan Philip Jamie-Lee Price Massage Therapist // Jayne Evans Head Physiotherapist // Alanna Antcliff Specialist Defensive Coach // Clare Ferguson Chief Medical Officer/Team Doctor // Specialist Shooting Coach// Megan Anderson Dr Carlee van Dyke - QUAD Team Manager // Julie Richardson Dr Liam West - CC Performance Analyst // Dr Mitchell Mooney LISA ALEXANDER COACH
ENGLAND ROSES ENGLAND ROSES
ABOUT THE ENGLAND ROSES Roses have ten members of their Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Team for the Quad Series with only Beth Cobden (injured) and Eboni Beckford-Chambers missing for the side the claimed an historic Gold Medal in April. Jade Clarke is the most capped Rose in the team for Quad Series and the Roses most capped player of all time. England claimed the Commonwealth Games Gold Medal on the Gold Coast and for the first time since 1979 When Trinidad & Tobago were joint winners of the Netball World Cup with Australia and New Zealand a country other than Australia or New Zealand claimed a major Netball title. Captain Ama Agbeze is just three Tests away from player her 100th Test for the Roses which she will do if she plays in all three Quad Series Tests. Helen Housby will play her 50th Test for the Roses if she plays in all three Quad Series Tests.
TEAM AMA AGBEZE JADE CLARKE Position: GD, GK, WD Position: WA, C, WD Date of Birth: 12/11/82 Date of Birth: 17/10/83 Height: 183cm Height: 173cm From: Brimingham From: Partington Test Caps: 97 Test Caps: 150 KADEEN CORBIN SASHA CORBIN Position: GA, GS Position: WA, C Date of Birth: 27/11/91 Date of Birth: 23/05/88 Height: 178cm Height: 168cm From: London From: London Test Caps: 59 Test Caps: 62 LAYLA GUSCOTH JODIE GIBSON Position: GD, WD, Position: GK, GD GKDate of Birth:2/03/92 Date of Birth: 30/10/92 Height: 183cm Height: 178cm From: London From: Loughborough Test Caps: 15 Test Caps: 18 SERENA GUTHRIE JOANNE HARTEN Position: WD, C, WA Position: GS, GA Date of Birth: 05/01/90 Date of Birth: 21/03/89 Height: 175cm Height: 188cm From: Jersey From: Harlow Test Caps: 81 Test Caps: 95 NAT HAYTHORNTHWAITE HELEN HOUSBY Position: GA, WA Position: GA, GS Date of Birth: 09/12/92 Date of Birth: 19/01/95 Height: 175cm Height: 183cm From: Keighley From: Carlisle Test Caps: 28 Test Caps: 47
TEAM GEVA MENTOR CHELSEA PITMAN Position: GK, GD Position: WA Date of Birth: 17/09/84 Date of Birth: 08/06/88 Height: 188cm Height: 180cm From: Bournemouth From: Sydney Test Caps: 132 Test Caps: 34 Assistant Coach // Tania Obst Performance Coach // Colette Thomson Team Manager // Paul Dring Physiotherapist // Kath Chigwidden Performance Analyst // Alessandro Foglino TRACEY NEVILLE COACH
SOUTH AFRICAN PROTEAS PROTEAS SPAR
ABOUT THE SPAR PROTEAS The SPAR Proteas have eight of their Commonwealth Games team as part of their squad for the Quad Series, missing are Erin Burger (illness), Izette Griesel, Precious Mthembu (injured) and Renske Stoltz. The SPAR Proteas are travelling squad of 15 for the Quad Series and a final team of 12 will be named for each Test. Lenize Potgieter returns to the team after missing the Commonwealth Games in April with a foot injury. There are five debutants in the SPAR Proteas squad of 15; Khanyisa Chawane, Romé Dreyer, Jessica Khomo, Meagan Roux and Monique Reyneke. Maryka Holtzhausen is the most capped player in the SPAR Proteas team having played 96 Tests.
TEAM Sigrid Burger Khanyisa Chawane Position: GS Position: C, WA Date of Birth: 23/02/96 Date of Birth: 14/01/96 Height: 194cm Height: 165cm From: Somerset West From: Tzaneen Test Caps: 9 Maryka Holtzhausen Romé Dreyer Position: GA, GS Position: C, WA Date of Birth: 06/02/87 Date of Birth: 28/04/94 Height: 181cm Height: 170cm From: Kempton Park From: Polokwane Test Caps: 96 Danelle Lochner Jessica Khomo Position: GS, GA Position: GD, GK Date of Birth: 16/05/97 Date of Birth: 18/05/91 Height: 184cm Height: 174cm From: George From: Duban Test Caps: 2 Phumza Maweni Bongiwe Msomi (C) Position: GK, GD Position: WA, C Date of Birth: 04/09/84 Date of Birth: 19/01/88 Height: 187cm Height: 167cm From: Eastern Cape From: Durban Test Caps: 44 Test Caps: 89 Lenize Potgieter Karla Pretorius Position: GS Position: GD, WD Date of Birth: 02/05/94 Date of Birth: 12/03/90 Height: 187cm Height: 181cm From: Pretoria From: East London Test Caps: 46 Test Caps: 70
Meagan Roux Monique Reyneke Position: GA Position: GD, WD Date of Birth: 13/09/98 Date of Birth: 09/03/96 Height: 177cm Height: 182cm From: Heilbron From: Vanderbijlpark Shadine van der Merwe Ine-Marí Venter Position: WD, GD Position: GS, GA Date of Birth: 25/11/92 Date of Birth: 21/04/95 Height: 178cm Height: 192cm From: Pretoria From: Pretoria Test Caps: 11 Test Caps: 6 Zanele Vimbela Position: GK, GD Date of Birth: 28/04/89 Height: 183cm From: Lenasia Test Caps: 16 Specialist Coach // Nicole Cusack South African Coach // Dorette Badenhorst Team Manager // Nisha Rupnarain Physiotherapist // Nande Mjajubana Video Analyst // Cristy Mullender NORMA PLUMMER COACH
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