WA Netball Camp, Claremont

$295.00

Methodist Ladies’ College, Claremont
22, 23 & 24 January 2018

The ASC Netball Camp in Claremont, Perth, features a three day coaching program in all facets of netball with specialist coaching sessions. The panel will include experienced netball coaches with guest coaching from leading players and coaches.

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Camp Details

• The program is available for 6 to 16 year old players of all standards
• Innovative program covering all facets of netball, designed to improve skills and maximise enjoyment
• Coaching from 9am to 3pm each day
• Work with your peers in groups of 14 or less
• Progress through a three day program utilising both group coaching and specialist coaches
• Written coaches report with great feedback
• Autographed photo of your group with the coaching director
• The chance to meet your sporting idols and make friends, while having fun playing netball

Kaylia Stanton


Stanton plays for the West Coast Fever in the ANZ Championship and is a member of the Australian under 21 squad. She played in the team that came second in the 2013 World Youth Netball Championship. She was part of the training camp in NSW with practice matches against the Australian Diamonds and the New Zealand Silver Ferns in the lead-up to the Netball World Cup 2015 Sydney. Come meet Stanton at the netball camp in Western Australia and find out what it’s like to play in Australia’s top league.

Shannon Eagland

Shannon is a professional netballer for the West Coast Fever playing the positions of defender and centre. She previously played for the Queensland Firebirds in the 2012 season before returning home to play for the Melbourne Vixens. She came through the Victorian representative system at U17, U19 and U21 level and represented the victorious Australian team at the 2009 World Youth Cup. Following a stint with the AIS she has been listed at the elite level with the Vixens (twice) and Firebirds before her current stint with the Fever. Come meet Shannon on the netball courts for some tips from the athlete herself at ASC’s Western Australia three-day camp.