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The Mavericks franchise is based at the Sports Village, University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield where the squad has access to state-of-the-art facilities.
The strong squad is packed with international talents, including England captain Amanda Newton, England vice captain Karen Atkinson, and current Open squad members players Naomi Siddall and Louisa Brownfield. Forming an impressive coaching formation are Maggie Jackson (England assistant coach at the 2006 Commonwealth Games), Fiona Murtagh MBE, and Sam Bird, who guided the squad to runner-up position in the 2005-6 competition.
Mavericks has strong links across the East Region and train together weekly at the Hertfordshire Sports Village. The squad members undertake their own strength and conditioning training under the Mavericks programme and then meet in their local areas for home training once a week.
This season has seen the introduction of youth matches against some franchises, which provide an excellent opportunity for the talented young players to experience high-level competition. Mavericks Youth team, coached by England U19 Head Coach Kendra Slavinski OBE, assisted by Helene Lincoln England U17 Coach and Jo Munnion England U17 Assistant Coach is being sponsored by the University of Hertfordshire this season.
The Mavericks franchise is led by Gloria Keech, who is passionate about the game and is keen to see netball rise up the ranks of popular sports in the UK. Regarding the development of young players Gloria comments, "The future of our game lies with our young players and we are proud at Mavericks that we can offer such a great opportunity to help develop our players of the future."
Mavericks also has an army of volunteers who tirelessly offer their time and energy to ensuring that every game is a success - a fact that is reflected in the near capacity crowds that support their home matches.
So for Mavericks the target this year is the top slot - nothing else will do!!
For more information visit http://www.mavericksnetball.co.uk/
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