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Sirens confirm more 2024 squad

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Emma Love, a name that’s been buzzing in our training environment, is stepping up to the plate this season after her outstanding performance as a training associate last year. Remember the World Cup? Emma was a standout, and we’re beyond thrilled to see her make waves this season!

Head Coach Lesley MacDonald is brimming with excitement: “Emma was a training associate last season, and gained valuable exposure in our training environment, I am delighted she has stepped up into the sirens squad this season. She excelled at the World Cup, I am excited to see what type of waves she can make this season.”

Emma’s growth has been nothing short of incredible. Her World Cup performance showed us what she’s capable of, and trust us, you won’t want to miss her in action this season!

Fun facts about Emma: She started playing netball at CultsPrimary School when she was just 10 years old, and she’s not just a netball star – she can still do a backflip and the splits from her gymnastics days.

Hold onto your seats because Cerys Finn is about to bring a whole new level of excitement to the court. An exciting, fearless young talent mentored by none other than Towera Vimkimbo, Cerys was also a standout for Scotland at the Netball World Cup this summer.

Lesley MacDonald can’t contain her enthusiasm: “I cannot talk highly enough of this individual; she is an exciting fearless young talent. Imagine having Towera Vimkimbo as your mentor, I cannot wait to see her progress.”

Cerys is a game-changer, a breath of fresh air to our squad. Her fearlessness is contagious, and we’re eager to witness her light up the league.

Fun facts about Cerys: She started playing netball in 2016 at Peebles Netball Club, and her journey with Sirens began as a fan, attending her first-ever netball match as a Sirens game!

Get ready to be amazed by Zara, an exciting young shooter with an exceptional understanding of the game. Her Fast 5 event exposure last season left us in awe. Now, we’re eagerly anticipating what she’ll bring to the court this season.

Lesley MacDonald’s excitement is palpable: “Zara is a young exciting shooter, She had exposure at the Fast 5 event at the end of last season, and for such a young shooter she has an incredible understanding of the game. Looking forward to working with her this season.”

Fun facts about Zara: She’s currently living back home on Orkney, an island, and for her entire netball career, she’s travelled to training and matches either by plane or boat.

The Strathclyde Sirens are poised to embark on a thrilling journey with these incredible talents. We’ve got fresh faces, unmatched enthusiasm, and a desire to shake up the league. Get ready to be amazed, Sirens fans, because we’re building a squad that’s set to ignite the courts like never before. Join us in welcoming Emma Love, Cerys Finn, and Zara Flett to the Sirens family. We can’t wait to see these talented individuals in action. Stay tuned for more updates!


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