Tamsin Greenway to replace Dan Ryan as U21 Head Coach

Due to technical issues arising with the current Home Office secondary employment visa policy, England Netball regrettably announces that Dan Ryan has had to step down as Head Coach of the U21 Roses.

Former England mid-courter and ex-Surrey Storm player-coach Tamsin Greenway has accepted the role and will now lead the England youngsters ahead of the 2017 World Championships to be hosted in Botswana next summer.

Speaking of her appointment, Greenway said: “It’s a real honour to be given an opportunity to take on this role, even under the unfortunate circumstances.

“I am really looking forward to working with our incredible young talent on the journey to the World Youth’s next summer, as well as help to create and develop England’s future netball stars.”

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England Netball would like to wish Tamsin every success in her new role with the England U21 squad.

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