Netball head goes to apple isle

After more than 10 years involvement with the North Coast Academy of Sport (NCAS) netball program, Tracey Robinson from Lismore has resigned her position as head coach to take up the role of head coach in the Tasmanian Institute of Sport netball program.

While the Academy is saddened to lose a coach of Traceys calibre, were delighted that Tracey has secured such a high profile coaching position, said Tony Clarke from NCAS. Traceys appointment reinforces the fact that regionally-based coaches can develop the coaching skills and experience and go on to the elite level.

Robinsons loss coincides with the academys annual opening of applications for all the coaching positions.

Applications close on Friday, February 9. For further information email Tony at

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