Great Southern Netball Region Inc have been successful in obtaining $1,580.00 from Great Southern Sports Talent Association (“GSSTA”) to assist 6 coaches to attend the 2016 DADRA Professional Development Conference held in Perth on April 2 and 3 hosted by Netball WA.
Great Southern Coaches attending Conference
Kelly Dominiak (Denmark)
Jenny Cristinelli (Katanning)
Sandi Stankovich (Narrogin)
Janine Determes (Albany)
Nannette Steer (Narrogin)
Jean Davis (Albany)
DADRA Coach Professional Development day will include presentations by
Reporting / Off court education Lyn Pemberton, Former Australian A Team Netball Coach
Performance Psychology Jodii Maguire, Director Think! Performance Psychology
Generic Court Session Jill McIntosh, Former Australian Netball Coach and player
Specialist Sessions Jill McIntosh, Lyn Pemberton and
Jo Smith, Game Development Coordinator – Coaching
Strategies Court Session Jill McIntosh and Lyn Pemberton
Observe West Coast Fever v Adelaide Thunderbirds at HBF Stadium
Post Game Analysis Jill McIntosh/ Jo Smith and ANZ Umpires
The measurement of success within the Netball regional academy is the advancement of athletes through this program and into state level programs and for the Great Southern Region to be recognised as one of the strongest netball regions in Western Australia.
The GSSTA was formed to help the Great Southern athletes and coaches progress from sub-elite to elite level within their specific high-performance pathway. It does this by providing up to $1000 for athletes and up to $2000 for coaches.
Funding is also available to support regional talent development programs, through financial assistance to Regional Associations of up to $5000.
The GSSTA is assisted by the Department of Sport and Recreation with funding from Regions for Royalties and sponsorship support from Bendigo Bank.
Contacts: Kelly Dominiak – Great Southern Netball Development Officer – 0417 465 379
Rosemary Wolter – Great Southern Netball Administrator – 0419 483 385
GSSTA – Shelley McDonald on 98920152.