Two College Netballers Training With Academy Programmes
Two Princethorpe College netball players are excited to be a part of local Academy Programmes to develop competitive players.
Year 11 pupil, Eve Farquharson has been selected for the Rugby Hub of the Wasps Netball Academy Pathway Programme. The Coventry-based Superleague champions run eight hubs across the Midlands to target the most talented 13-18-year-old netball players in the area. Eve joins the U17s, and will now receive training from Wasps’ coaches and play in matches and tournaments against teams from the other hubs. It is an amazing opportunity.
Upper Sixth Former, Emelia Tubb has restarted her performance training with the Loughborough Lightning Academy. Emelia is an Academy Player in the U19 Squad that plays in National Performance League competitions. The Loughborough Lightning Academy also run training hubs across the region providing development and competition for aspiring netball players within a performance pathway. Emelia was first selected last year and is delighted to be back in training.
It’s fantastic news for them both and even better for the College squads. Well done girls!