Natimuk United have re-signed premiership netball coach Cheryl Sudholz for the 2019 Horsham District Football Netball League season.
Sudholz has been A Grade coach since 2012 and won back-to-back premierships with Natimuk United the last two seasons. Sudholz said she was looking forward to another successful year at the helm.
“I’m excited again – the last four years we’ve really been building with a good group of girls and we’ve started seeing the success,” she said.
“It’s a great bunch of girls who get along really well so it’s a great atmosphere.”
Sudholz said most of the team had re-committed to the club for next season as they look to win three consecutive premierships.
Sudholz is no longer coaching the under-17s this season, but said she’s determined to continue developing juniors for the future.
“I don’t think there will be too many changes to the team, most should be back again.
"We’ll probably put up a junior or two as well to get them accustomed to our game-play – the teams that develop the juniors and are strong throughout the grades are the sides that have success.
“The under-17s team are in a good position so we hope to continue developing our juniors.”
The Ewes also announced the rest of their coaches, with Danielle Fleay to coach B Grade, Tahli Hallam C Grade and Tamara Koenig and Alanah Anson C Reserve.