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Panthers welcome new coach

PREMIERSHIP netballer Brylie Wilson is taking her skills to the Kilcunda Bass Netball Club next year.
The former MDU and Korumburra Bena player is now taking on the role as a first time playing coach for the senior Panthers team.
Assistant Seniors’ football coach Adam Miller presented the opportunity to her and she has been working closely with netball president Mary Mifsud in the lead up to pre season, scheduled for mid January.
Brylie hopes to bring a bit of structure to the senior netball side, which she will deliver through regular training sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays.
“I’m hoping to help the girls develop their skills so we get a few wins on the board,” she said.
“I also want to help develop skills in the junior players as well because they are the future of the club. Hopefully we can drill a few good habits into the juniors.”
The new coach feels she has a lot to offer the netball club. She credits this confidence to her former coach Christie Hillberg from the Korumburra Bena Netball Club who showed her a lot of support during her time at the club.
Brylie embraced the coaching role for the first time two weeks ago when she was given the opportunity to lead a light training.
“It was a bit daunting,” she said.
“I enjoyed working with the girls though. They are all so eager and happy to participate.”
She is excited to be a playing coach and is looking forward to the approaching 2015 season.
“It’ll be challenging and enjoyable. I love a bit of a challenge,” she said.
“It’ll be good to see what the season brings.”

Up for the challenge: former Korumburra Bena Netball Club premiership player Brylie Wilson will be joining Kilcunda Bass Netball Club for the 2015 season as a first time playing coach.

Up for the challenge: former Korumburra Bena Netball Club premiership player Brylie Wilson will be joining Kilcunda Bass Netball Club for the 2015 season as a first time playing coach.

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