Under 18 Representative Programme 2023
- Papakura Netball Centre Representative Tournament: Sunday 21st May 2023
- Pukekohe Netball Centre Representative Tournament: Sunday 28th May 2023
- Auckland Netball Centre Representative Tournament: Sunday 11th June 2023
- Helen Dodge Representative Tournament - Tauranga Netball Centre: Sunday 18th June 2023
- Hamilton City Netball Centre Representative Tournament: Sunday 25th June 2023
Celebration Box Netball NZ Under 18 Champs:
Hamilton City Netball Centre: Monday 10th to Thursday 13th July 2023
Introducing our Under 18 Representative Programme Coaches for 2023
2021 & 2022 Kim coached U18A team placing 3rd at Nationals. Kim is s currently the Director of Sport & Netball at Hamilton Girls High School and Coach of the HGHS Premier Team who won Netball NZ Secondary School 2022. She has an extensive Netball back ground in both NZ and Australia.
She has coaches Representative Teams, worked for the Sunshine Coast Lightning, Head Coach at Sunshine Coast Grammar School, as well as running her own netball coaching business in Australia for tomorrow’s stars. She loves people, and loves seeing them thrive.
2022 Miha had great sucess with U16A team placing 4th in AGrade at North Island Junior Champs. 2021 took the U14A team to North Island Juinor Champs B Grade final, coming runners up. Massive achievement moving team upto Nationals A Grade for 2022.
Miha has had at least 22 yrs experience with netball, as either a player or coach. He played his first game at age 14, playing indoor netball. "Netball is in the blood so it was only normal for me to be around the courts." His Saturday mornings were rugby then all afternoon was spent at the netball courts with his Mum.
He has played Representative Netball, Coached High school teams, Adult premier teams and also Representative teams.
Miha has a beautiful wife and two very delightful Daughters aged 10 and 7, who both are into a multitude of Sports.
Miha's philosophy is simple “The key to being a winner has 3 elements, Culture, Work ethic, Attitude. Skill can be taught and so can game play, The other 3 cant. A good culture allows each player to want to work hard for one another which then produces great attitudes on and off the court. With these things inline being better than the other teams will come naturally!!!!"