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ONE ON ONE: Selwyn player Ella Dysart was closely guarded by Burnham's
Georgia Meredith when the two went up against each other in a trial match.
ELITE PLAYERS: All 82 of the players at the Talented Youth Development Camp in Rangiora over the weekend.
By MAT KERMEEN
HIGH BALL: Burnham player Georgia
Meredith prepares to take a high ball.
SELWYN NETBALLERS were
among some of the best young tal-
ent in the region at an elite train-
ing camp last weekend.
Eighty-two players from North
Canterbury, Kaikoura, Hurunui,
Mid Canterbury, Selwyn and the
West Coast attended the Talented
Youth Development Camp, the
first programme of its kind in the
Many of the top coaches from
the South Island were at the
camp, working on specific skill
sets and helping educate the
players about the life of a profes-
The demanding camp included
extended training sessions; trial
games; off-field education, such as
diet and recovery; plus rigorous
The group assembled on Friday
afternoon and was addressed by
former Silver Ferns coach, Leigh
Gibbs, then trained all day
Saturday in searing heat, before
playing trial games.
There was no lazy Sunday
morning either -- the players were
put through an extensive fitness
workout, before finishing with a
fitness evaluation programme and
swim recovery. The players heard
from a physio and were taught
how to use the right nutrition to
best look after their bodies and
allow optimum performance.
A Canterbury Netball spokes-
woman said the camp was an
exciting opportunity'' that came at
the right time, as school and club
trials were coming up.
The weekend camp was being
touted as a success and it is hoped
there will be many over the next
couple of years.
Weedons streaks ahead to play host at final
WEEDONS AND South Malvern
will contest the final round of
Peninsula country south cricket
competition on Saturday.
As top qualifier, Weedons will
host the final after thumping
Leeston/Southbridge on the week-
end. Batting first, Weedons made
the competitive score of 251-5
from its 50 overs, highlighted by
half-centuries to Josh Watson (65)
and James Watson (58).
In reply, Leeston/Southbridge
could muster only 179 all out.
South Malvern advanced to the
final after an 83-run win over
Jason Ferris smacked 107 to
guide his side through to 283 for 9
after 50 overs. Diamond Harbour's
run chase looked promising for
a time, but the team eventually
crumbled under pressure, to be all
out for 200.
Semifinal scores: Weedons
251-5 (Josh Watson 65, James
Watson 58, P Rugg 48, S Dunnett
37, C Sheet 3-42) beat Leeston/
Southbridge 179 (A Rodgers 51, R
Parker 33 J Thiele 4-19).
South Malvern 283-9 (J Ferris
107, M Pauling 33, A Inch 33, P
Reardon 30) beat Diamond
Harbour 200 (S Taylor 37, J
Chapman 55, P Reardon 3-14, D
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