ACT trio picked in Canberra Giants set to build netball in the capital The Canberra Giants are a joint Netball ACT Netball NSW venture with Georgia Clayden, Leigh Kalsbeek and Shannon O'Connorthe squad's ACT representatives.
The trio trainweeklyin Sydney with the Giants as well as withformer Darters players ray ban polarized sunglasses in a Canberra academy andO'Connoracknowledged several were unlucky not to join her in the ANL. "We definitely feel like we represent those academy players and we're all very proud to. They're a really talented group and I could definitely name a few who only missed out by just a whisker," O'Connor said. "The good thing is we still get to train cheap ray ban aviator sunglasses here in Canberra with them and we wouldn't be able to do what we do without the support of the academy players." Canberra GiantscoachSharynHill is confidentthe number of ACT players in the squad will riseand said thecompetitive nature of the selection process is a positive for netball in Canberra. "One of the great things about the [selection] process is girls have to be performing and at the top of their game and that drives players to compete with the level of intensity and consistency we'relooking for," Hill said. "Underpinning this is our academy ray ban 3320 program and we have a very strong range of girls coming through there from age 15 19. They're at a great level already and I envision there will be a lot of up push from Canberra girls to be in this team." Hill also oversees theCanberra academyand said her Giants trio' are already bringing out the best in the next generation of talent in the nation's capital. "Already in this environment the three girls have raised the bar, they bring a standardback to Canberra and know they have a responsibility to pass it on which they're proud of," she said. GWS Giants Netballcoach Julie Fitzgerald, who spent several ray ban new collection 2016 years at the Australian Institute of Sport, helped Hill select the side and admitted some tough decisions were made.
"It was a very difficult team to pick, I had some knowledge of the players from my time at the AIS and there is plenty of exciting talent coming through," Fitzgerald said. "It's an exciting day for Canberra and a great thing for netball in the ACT, it certainly gives a pathway for players who have the talent to reach the top and I think we'll see more Canberra girls playing in the future." The revised ANL format kicks off on February 18 and sees eight teamscompete over seven rounds with the Giants to play two games in Canberra on March 18 and 19.
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