Following a successful trial process, Elite Netball Academy coach Ebony Greatorex has been selected as a training partner for England Men’s and Mixed Netball Association.
We’re chuffed for Ebony who has worked hard throughout her netball career. Training partners will be part of the programme and will help to push the squads to be the best they can be.
“It’s an exciting opportunity to be part of this programme and I can’t wait to get cracking!”
Ebony is the lead coach of our School Partners programme, which offers netball coaching sessions in-school and after-school for primary aged children.
Ebony and the team can deliver weekly, term-time netball coaching for pupils in a fun and engaging way. Our coaches are UKCC Level 2 coaches, DBS checked, first aid qualified and passionate about increasing participation levels in sport.
Click here to learn more about coach Ebony.
About England Men’s and Mixed Netball Association
Its mission is to develop, grow and promote men’s and mixed netball for all ages. They aim to establish a national men’s and mixed league and tournament in the UK to create an environment where players can be selected to represent England men’s and mixed national squads.
Head this way to learn more about England Men’s and Mixed Netball Association.
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