Sisters named as co-coaches for Noradjuha-Quantong in A Grade

JOINT COACHES: Yolanda Molineaux will coach alongside sister Georgia Francis at Noradjuha-Quantong this season.
JOINT COACHES: Yolanda Molineaux will coach alongside sister Georgia Francis at Noradjuha-Quantong this season.

NORADJUHA-QUANTONG has confirmed their A Grade netball coaches for the upcoming Horsham District Football Netball League season. 

Yolanda Molineaux will gear up for another season as co-coach of the Bombers’ A Grade outfit.

However, this year will be extra special for Molineaux, as she will be coaching alongside her sister Georgia Francis.

Molineaux said it was a ‘dream come true’ to be coaching with her sister.

“It’s really exciting and Georgia has well and truly earned her spot as coach this year,” she said. 

“Georgia showed some real leadership last year. She has coached B Grade before and she always wanted to step up and for us to coach A Grade together. 

“It’s a dream come true to be honest.”

She has coached B Grade before and she always wanted to step up and for us to coach A Grade together. It's a dream come true to be honest.

Yolanda Molineaux

Molineaux coached last season alongside Sharon Fedke and said she was looking forward to a fresh challenge this season.

“I’ve coached jointly before and it’s been wonderful and given me so much experience and a good relationship with a lot of the players,” she said.

Molineaux expects she and her sister will work well together both on and off the court.

“Georgia and I play at separate ends so it is a good combination,” she said.

“Georgia brings so much attacking knowledge. She can really work on that and I can help us defensively. 

“We have matured a lot and really love playing together.”

Molineaux said she loved coaching, and hoped to see more youngsters improve in the 2018 season.

“I love watching the younger girls come up and take on the challenge of A Grade netball,” she said.

“It’s such a privilege to play A Grade. Just having that great relationship with the girls and watching them improve each week, getting confidence – that’s why you coach. It’s brilliant to watch.”