Talent camp will spot future stars

THE region's up and coming female netball players will get their chance to shine at a junior talent camp held by the Capricorn Claws in Emerald next month.

The girls will be put through their paces with a two-day camp on October 17 and 18, starting at 10am on Saturday and finishing at 11am on Sunday.

The camp aims at coaching all aspects of the game as well as support information and education on recovery, nutrition, stretching and the player pathway towards how to be considered for selection.

Girls aged 12 and 13 have the chance to show what they're made of and talented players will be identified and named in an honorary Paws team.

The team will then be given an invitation to attend the 14 to 17 years talented player camp in Rockhampton in November.

For players who turn 14 in 2010, this is a great opportunity to get noticed in representative netball as trials for the Capricorn Academy will be held.

Barb Ahmat, the Capricorn Claws coach, will be co-ordinating the camp and several Claws squad members will be attending the camp to assist with skill sessions.

There will also be a coach and umpire component. Information has been sent to clubs and associations.

For further information on the camp please contact Barb Ahmat on 0402 221 860.



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