Sisters n Sport have been running programmes and netball camps in Switzerland since 2012.
After coaching both the Swiss U17 and Open squads – Sisters n Sport founders Victoria and Jen were approached to run a programme to support netball clubs in the region – helping to develop players and coaches.
The Sisters n Sport Netball Player Development Programme is open to all players looking to improve individual skills, increase their knowledge of the game and their tactical awareness to improve their match play. It is designed to complement club and school netball training; all players are pushed to reach their full potential. It gives players more opportunity to improve their current skill level, whilst developing their decision making skills during match play in a non-competitive environment where the focus isn’t on selection but on improving the individual.
Our programme combines technical and tactical coaching with fitness conditioning to improve individual technique, tactics and match fitness that will look to work alongside their school/club training.
Typical Programme Content
- Speed, agility and conditioning for netball players
- Attacking and defending movement skills
- Technical court sessions
- Tactical court sessions
- Position specific training and match play
2018 – Player Development Programme – Switzerland
Age Groups, Training Day and Timings
U12/U11/U10, 6 training dates on a Saturday, 9am-3pm – BOOK A PLACE
U16/U15 & U14/U13, 6 training dates on a Sunday, 9am-3pm – BOOK A PLACE
This year’s programme will be coached by ex England International and Director of Netball at Manchester Thunder – Karen Greig and Manchester Thunder U19 Assistant Coach and U15 Head Coach – Jen Fields.
Sisters n Sport Lead Coach – Karen Greig
Karen is an ex international Netballer, who has won the UK Netball Superleague title as both a player and coach. She is the current Head Coach and Director of Netball at Manchester Thunder. She has also worked extensively in the England Netball Talent Pathway, and is passionate about the best ways to develop young players. She will lead a programme based on her conviction that learning the game has to be fun, but that learning positive attitudes to practice and play is an important part of this. She believes strongly in the power of teams, and that good players are good team mates.
The technical programme will incorporate everything that is most current in the elite game, and show how top players develop their skills. She won 40 England caps as a Goal Shooter, and was Assistant Coach of the full England team on their 2015 tour of Australia where they went on to win a bronze medal.