KNTNA netball squads named for country champs

The KNTNA has named strong squads for the Priceline Pharmacy SA Country Championships in Adelaide on the June long weekend.

The KNT has entered teams in the A grade competition as well as three junior grades – 13 and under, 15 and under and 17 and under.

The competition is played over the three days of the long weekend with finals on Monday, June 11.

First contested in 1936, the championships bring together the best netballers from country associations throughout the state each year.

A Grade

Tyler Atkinson (Border Districts)

Kate Gill (Naracoorte)

Georgia Gill (Naracoorte)

Emma Hausler (Border Districts)

Sophie Henschke (Naracoorte)

Lucy Kramm (Border Districts)

Annabel Mould (Kyby)

Tracey Poulton (Bordertown)

Nat Twigden (Bordertown)

Ally Wendelborn (Mundulla)

Coach: Georgia Gill (Naracoorte)

Manager: Candice Nolan (Padthaway)

13U 

Mia Dowling (Mundulla)

Brooke Ewer (Kyby)

Maisie Hicks (Bordertown)

Jemma Kavanagh (Naracoorte)

Rose Pfitzner (Border Districts)

Isabel Ross (Keith)

Kasey Venables (Penola)

Jamie Wachtel (Lucindale)

Mykaela Walker (Naracoorte)

Asha Weatherald (Bordertown)

Coach: Sarah Makin (Keith)

Manager: Trish McAuley (Keith)

Ella-Jade Leehane (Kyby)

Ella-Jade Leehane (Kyby)

15U

Zara Lewis (Kingston)

Ellise Berkin (Penola)

Grace Bittner (Lucindale)

Chloe Burke (Naracoorte)

Lucy Henschke (Naracoorte)

Ella Jones (Lucindale)

Ella-Jade Leehane (Kyby)

Melanie Makin (Keith)

Poppy Moyle-Read (Padthaway)

Molly Pretlove (Border Districts)

Coach: Kath Mott (Naracoorte)

Manager: Sally Jones (Lucindale)

17U

Sophie Bates (Naracoorte)

Courtney De Barro (Keith)

Katie Dent (Penola)

Brianna Harris (Naracoorte)

Annabel Hayes (Penola)

Tahlia Kavanagh (Naracoorte)

Eliza Peters (Kingston)

Isabelle Stokie (Naracoorte)

Shakira Stuchbery (Naracoorte)

Eliza Wright (Kingston)

Coach: Deb Clarke (Mundulla)

Manager: Kerri Foulds (Bordertown)

Courtney DeBarro (Keith)

Courtney DeBarro (Keith)

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