A Grade – Janine Kilmartin
It is with excitement that we would like to announce the newly appointed Janine Kilmartin to Devon Meadows in the role of Head Coach/A grade Coach for the 2018 season. We would like to welcome Janine and her family to Panther Land and hope that you feel at home in no time!
Janine has been involved in Netball for over 12 years. She has had coaching experience across both Junior and Senior teams from VNL clubs (Peninsula Waves, Ariels & Southern Saints) and most recently in the past two years as Head Coach/A Grade coaching position at Berwick Football Netball club, along with being elected the Head Coach and under 17’s coach of the South East Football Netball League.
Janine couldn’t be a better fit for the culture of the club at the current stage and exemplifies commitment, passion, leadership that will enhance development of the club to take the next step as we enter into the new MPNFL division structure under AFL South East (AFLSE).
Please join us in welcoming Janine on-board for what will be an exciting 2018 season.
We are very excited to see you lead our club to success and couldn’t be happier with your appointment.
B Grade – Stacey DiCocco
We are extremely excited to have Stacey DiCocco back in her second year coaching at DMFNC. Stacey brings passion, organisation, excitement and knowledge. Her way with numbers makes her a genius in statistic analysis that will help her take B grade to the next level. We can’t wait to see her work with our B grade side in season 2019.
Welcome back Stace!
C Grade – Tanie Stickland
Returning to C grade in 2020 is former C grade premiership coach, Tanie Stickland,
D Grade – Rachel Fox
Bio coming soon…
Under 17s – Alana McDonald
It is with excitement that we announce the return of Alana McDonald as our U17’s coach for season 2019.
A grade player and best and fairest in 2018 saw Alana have a stellar season both as a player and as a coach. She is excited to return for her second year to instill her knowledge and challenge the girls to achieve their best on and off the court.
Alana hopes to welcome many new faces down to tryouts on the 22nd and see the return of our current panthers.
As a physiotherapist and clinical pilates instructor she hopes to strengthen and prepare her girls for a future at senior level.
She is a positive role model and with her achievements as a player one in which we know the girls will look up to.