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Rep Teams

General Information

Training facilities: Ryan’s Reserve (Richmond) and Trinity Grammar School (Kew).

Uniform: Richmond Dress, Richmond Hoodie, Richmond Socks, Black tracksuit pants

2019 Summer School Holiday program available here

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Fance Morrell (Head Coach)

Fance is a qualified teacher with a PE major, and a mother of 3, she is passionate about kids in sport. She has successfully coached at Open, U17 and U13 levels at Rep Netball in addition to coaching the 15/U Regional Henderson team. Along with Richmond's passionate team of coaches, she wants to provide the best opportunities and pathways available to those interested in furthering their netball careers and to support others who are passionate about the game and want to stay involved. Fance has recently gained her Advanced Coaching accrediation.

Caitlyn Price

Caitlyn has been involved in netball for as long as she can remember either playing, coaching or umpiring. She started coaching at her home club in Strathmerton and also coached local school teams. She moved to Melbourne to attend University 4 years ago and was provided with an opportunity to coach at rep level at Richmond and has continued to do so for the past two years. Caitlyn enjoys coaching and finds it to be a rewarding experience. She is stil playing competitive netball at the State Netball & Hockey Cantre but will continue to focus her efforts on enhacing her coaching and umpirng skills.

Suzanne Petterson

Suzanne commenced her Association with RNA about 15 years ago when she commenced coaching her eldest daughters 11&U Saturday team. As a parent of children that have played 'rep' level sport, Suzanne has a good understanding of the demands and joys of sport at this level. She looks forward to helping her team to grow as individuals but more importantly, as part of a team, working and growing together. Suzanne is a former Doncaster East State League player who fondly remembers playing centre against Norma Plummer, who went on to play for and coach Australia.

Rachel Colla

Information to come...but welcome Rachel