Anthea Stringer has named 29 players in her first squad as Head Coach of the Developing Sox Girls programme. The squad will go to camp in Auckland on the 17th and 18th of July. A team will be named to travel and compete in the U17 Queensland State Champs, 22-24 Sept in Caboolture, Queensland at the conclusion of the camp.
“We are excited about getting started with this squad. This group of athletes have stood out over the season for their provinces and have shown they are ready to be challenged”. Says Stringer.
2018 Developing Sox Girls Squad
Christie Moncrieff (North Harbour), Megan Sneddon, Tyarn Rayne Bromhead-Lemalu, Tayla Yakas Burns, Hope Maka, Kuratangi Ronaki, Shyah Hale (Auckland), Shyann Wairau, Alyssa Bailey (Counties Manukau), Meeki Cooper-Nicola, Hineawe Crawford (Waikato), Innika Hapuku-Lambert (Hawes Bay), Waimarie Weston, Roimata Kapene, D'Stani Foley, Tayla-Kei Rahul Laula (Hutt Valley), Memoree Arai, Arene Landon-Lane, Kiri Winiata-Enoka, Zakiyah Rapihana-Sila (Wellington), Naia Elisara, Jahneiya Taiapa, Manaia Makiri, Trinity Mackley-Flutey, Kaiyah Ratu, Samantha Fawcett-Kay, Abbey Henderson, Drew Jorgensen, Avalon Te Haara-Bar (Canterbury)
Anthea Stringer (Head Coach), Chris Telfer (Assistant Coach), Priscilla Abraham (Manager) and Suzy de Lautour (Pitching Coach).
Telfer Appointed Developing Sox Assistant Coach
Southland’s Chris Telfer has been named as the Assistant Coach to the DSX Girls Team. Telfer a member of the Junior Black Sox 2001 team will have no issues aligning with Stringers coaching style given their working relationship with the Southern Pride Women’s Team. The appointment is well deserved given Telfer’s contribution to the game, a contribution recognised by Softball NZ by winning the 2016/17 Volunteer of the Year award.
22 Feb, 2017
Congratulations to the following players who have been selected into the 2017 Developing Sox U15 Girls Squad.
The squad will be involved in a 3 day camp from 7-9 April 2017 and then another camp over the term holidays in September/October 2017. This will lead into an Emerging Sox tour which will occur in 2018.
New Zealand Developing Sox U15 Girls Squad 2017
Cheynne Young, Silia Manukia, Michelle Manukia (North Harbour) Beth Reid, Kiara Lei-Lani Taimai, Kaiah Lee-Obrien, Megan Gordon, Mikayla Cross, Armacia Nan-Woo (Auckland), Te Hira Newton, Braxton Murray (Counties Manukau), Teratahi Pere-Campbell (Tairawhiti), Hineawe Crawford (Hawkes Bay), Shiloh Cunningham (Manawatu), Rongomai Luke- Royal, Kimihia Tangianau, Tayla-Kei Rahui-Laulau, Maarire Bernett, Caitlyn Lewin, Michaela Budge (Hutt Valley), Te Koopurereata Wiapara, Skye Moemai-Millar, Grace Clueard, Beyonce Rehutai, Ariana Cameron –Jones, Kaitlyn Peachey (Wellington), Bella Lister, Te Marino Roberts, Iris Taramai, Manaia Makiri, Avalon Te Haara-Barr, Samantha Henderson, Chyna Keen (Canterbury), Kaitlyn Hastie (Otago), Hannah Johnson, Isobel Thompson (Southland).
North Island vs South Island
Petone PAK n SAVE NFC exhibition game
16 Feb, 2016
Non-traveling reserve Susan Wakefield has been drafted into the Developing Sox team to compete at the Waverley Carnival. Sophie Wilkinson has been selected as the non-traveling reserve.
15 Feb, 2016
Softball New Zealand would also like to congratulate and announce Dave Elder as the Assistant Coach of the Developing Sox Girls team. The under 15 team will compete in the Waverly Eastern Carnival, 25-27 March, Australia.
30 Jan, 2016
|Jacqueline Clay||Counties Manukau|
|Rongomai Luke-Roy||Hutt Valley|
|Jasmine Horne||Hutt Valley|
|Alice Tessi||North Harbour|
|Silia Manukia||North Harbour|
|Michelle Manukia||North Harbour|
|Jaenin Koko- Lutau||Wellington|
Non Travelling Reserves
|Tirakahurangi Leef||North Harbour|