Jamaica Under 21 assemble for England series


July 30, 2016
President of Netball Jamaica, Dr Paula Daley-Morris (second right) with Jamaica's Under-21 captain Kadie-Ann Dehaney (second left) and coaches Conrad Parkes (left) and Tracey-Ann Griffiths at the team presentation function and launch of the upcoming five-match series against England Under-21s at General Accident on Thursday. 

Netball Jamaica launched its five-match series which will see Jamaica's Under-21 taking on England Under-21 in a gruelling series as part of the preparation for the World Netball U21 next year in Botswana.

The Jamaican team will be led by Sunshine Girl Kadie-Ann Dehaney and includes shooters Shimona Nelson, Simone Gordon, Hasana Williams, Mischa Creary and Kestina Sturridge.

In centre court will be Kimberly Thomas, Titanya Blackstock, Carlalee Tingling, Susan Douglas and Abigail Sutherland, and in defence are Kadie-Ann Dehaney, Tara-gay Heaven, Abbey-gail Linton, Latanya Wilson, and Shauna-Kay Shand.

The coaching staff comprises technical quality control officer Muareen Hall and coaches Tracey-Ann Griffiths and Conrad Parkes. Elsie Shaw is the manager while Jacqueline Robotham is the assistant manager.

The matches will be played on August 8, 9, 11, 12 and 13 at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston.

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