Netball SA president Cecilia Molokwane held an emergency meeting with the Spar Proteas following their dreary Commonwealth Games appearing in Birmingham.
She said she was content with the result of the gathering with lead trainer Dorette Badenhorst and the players, whom she cautioned to arrange their demonstration and quit humiliating the country.
"I had a gathering with each of the 24 contracted players and the group the board, and things were placed into viewpoint and I shared with them we really want to move together," said Molokwane.
"Moving together means we need to hear the two sides of the account of what unfolded in Birmingham since we really want to tackle gives now to ensure that we set up this group. We all are behind this group and recall that we as a whole are here a direct result of these players.
"We had an extremely productive gathering, you realize there are issues yet there are consistently answers for those issues, and what I like is that we had issues and furthermore arrangements, and that is the very thing made me blissful and quieted me down."
Molokwane on Tuesday went to the uncovering of the Netball World Cup match ball, which will likewise be utilized during the Africa World Cup qualifiers one week from now, as well as an authority commencement clock in Sun City, North West.
"We are glad that we are the ones really saying, this is the ball that will be utilized at the Netball World Cup 2023. When we uncovered it, we are presently certain that 2023 is going no place, it's in the country," she added.
Source link: https://sportson.co.za/2022/08/netball-sa-boss-happy-after-crisis-talks/
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