YOUNG TALENT TIME: About 70 junior netballers attended the Rockhampton Leagues Club Capricorn Claws 12 and 13 Years Talent Camp in Emerald this month.
YOUNG TALENT TIME: About 70 junior netballers attended the Rockhampton Leagues Club Capricorn Claws 12 and 13 Years Talent Camp in Emerald this month. Roknetball

Claws put aspiring juniors through their paces

IT WAS back to basics for about 70 young netballers who recently headed to Emerald for a two-day camp.

The players from across the Capricorn region attended the Rockhampton Leagues Club Capricorn Claws 12 and 13 Years Talent Camp.

They got to work with Claws' coach Katrina Whitham, manager Phebe Chelepy and players Kira-Lee Leo, Courtney Wheeler, Shenae Grant and Bec Thompson.

The camp focused on match-play, ball skills, fitness and nutrition.

Whitham said the camp brought netball "back to the basics" with the girls working on passing, footwork and court positioning.

The Capricorn Region Development Squad for 2016 was selected from the camp.

The players in the 24-member squad are: Lillie Bain (Rockhampton Netball Association), Olivia Fabish (Emerald), Eliza Langdon (Cap Coast), Emmanita Paki (Emerald), Shanae Sait (Rockhampton), Hannah Schick (Cap Coast), Isabelle Shearer (Rockhampton), Brycee Stanley (Rockhampton), Emily Turner (Emerald), Lilly Peachey (Gladstone), Hayley Roth (Cap Coast), Sabella Ryan (Emerald), Katie Skinner (Rockhampton), Caitlyn Spence (Biloela), Isabella Wills (Emerald), Bronte Armstrong (Rockhampton), Samarah Belton (Gladstone), Imogen Collins (Gladstone), Abbi Cooper (Gladstone), Gabrielle Firth (Emerald), Danielle James (Rockhampton), Keera Kingston (Cap Coast), Keely McConnell (Emerald) and Suskia Patai (Gladstone).



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