Julie Maiden named as finalist at UK Coaching Awards 2021

Julie Maiden, Head Coach of MK Dons and MK Netters, has been named as a finalist in the Talent Development Coach of the Year category at the UK Coaching Awards 2021.

From hundreds of nominations, an independent judging panel made up of experts from across the sport and physical activity landscape carefully deliberated and selected the finalists.

Julie has achieved outstanding results producing young talent in netball. She has used her coaching expertise to not only set a strong foundation for netball development in her region, but to have a wider positive social impact.

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Julie has achieved this by working with social justice charity Nacro to tackle youth crime and set up multiple youth projects with councils and sports partnerships.

With the awards ceremony last year having been held virtually, UK Coaching will be hosting an in-person awards this year, taking place in Leeds on 7 December.

The showpiece event is regarded as one of the most prestigious within the coaching community and will recognise the remarkable contribution coaches make in transforming lives in communities nationwide – not only by delivering exceptional technical coaching but stepping up to support participants mentally and emotionally as we transition out of the pandemic.

Congratulations Julie from everyone at England Netball and a huge thank you for everything you do for our sport and the Netball Family.

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