HONIARA: Having the opportunity to undergo a five-day training camp with Solomon Islands Netball Federation (Sinfed) was a bonus in getting ‘Team Netball’s’ knowledge up the ‘elite environment’.
This is according to Australian-based netball and former PNG Pepes coach Gimana Crowdy, who was in the country at Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (Sinis), purposely to assist ‘Team Netball’ in technical areas of the sport for the upcoming Pacific Games.
Crowdy said the five-day training was a successful one in terms of imparting knowledge and getting players to understand what it meant to make the national team.
“Their skill level, knowledge and understanding tactics, their court plays, it was a big bonus to get them involved in it,” said Crowdy.
Coach Crowdy elaborated that it took time for all these technical areas to develop in players.
“Their understanding to be competitive, to stand in an elite environment, to compete in an elite environment, it needs commitment. And I believe they understand that,” said Crowdy.
“I also want to thank Sinis and Sinfed for their trust to have me work with the squad and coaching team.
Thank you to the national sporting body for making this trip possible for me to share and help grow the game.”
– Sinis Media
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