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Coach hopes Diamantveld’s Under-19 netball team could be tournament’s dark horse

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Setting their sights on a top-ten finish this year, Diamantveld High School’s senior netball coach Bethany du Raan exudes confidence in the team’s potential to achieve their goal.

Diamantveld High School’s U-19 netball coach Bethany Du Raan brings a fresh perspective and a dynamic approach to the sport for this years Absa Wildeklawer.

Diamantveld High School’s senior netball team could very well be the surprise package of the 2024 Absa Wildeklawer sports tournament.

This is due to the fact that the school recently welcomed Bethany Du Raan as the new coach for their Under-19 netball team, bringing fresh perspectives and a dynamic approach to the sport.

Du Raan told the DFA that she is optimistic about the team’s evolving mindset under her guidance. “As a newcomer to the coaching staff, we’re embracing new perspectives on the game and its strategies,” she said.

The coach says that it’s important for her to instil confidence in her players, helping them believe in their ability to excel at a higher level and compete with the best schools. With meticulous preparation for the upcoming Wildeklawer tournament, she observes her players’ enthusiasm and readiness to showcase their talents on the court.

Setting their sights on a top-ten finish this year, Du Raan exudes confidence in the team’s potential to achieve their goal. “Our rigorous training regimen, including morning sessions, has been instrumental in our preparation,” she said, hopeful that their hard work will translate into success at this year’s Wildeklawer.

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