Teen netballers get high-level coaching

Leana de Bruin, the New Zealand two-time Commonwealth Games netball gold medallist, conducting an hour-long clinic for 24 local student-players at the OCBC Arena yesterday. She put them through different passing drills during the session, which was p
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Leana de Bruin, the New Zealand two-time Commonwealth Games netball gold medallist, conducting an hour-long clinic for 24 local student-players at the OCBC Arena yesterday. She put them through different passing drills during the session, which was part of M1's schools programme organised by Netball Singapore. The 39-year-old won 34 caps for South Africa and 104 for New Zealand before retiring from international competitions in August. She is one of four players to have played in five World Cups.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 15, 2016, with the headline 'Teen netballers get high-level coaching'. Print Edition | Subscribe