Bronwyn was born in New Zealand, moved to Switzerland in 2008 with her family. Growing up in a sporting mad nation – Bronwyn started playing netball at 7 years old and hasn’t stopped.
Swiss Netball National League - Round 4
SWISS NETBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE - ROUND 4
4 February 2023
The next round of our senior national league takes place.
The following teams will take to the court: GGNA, GIN, Aubonne, Zurich, Lancy, Lausanne, LausAnges and Nyon.
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Originally from the UK, Lauren moved to Zürich in early 2021 and quickly became a member of Zürich Netball. Lauren has always enjoyed playing netball, playing since school. She is passionate about the positive impact netball can bring to people, especially celebrating women and the community culture it brings. Lauren is supported by Amy Porter from Nyon Netball.
Claudia is Aussie & Swiss. Passionate about netball, Claudia was thrilled to find Zurich Netball Club in 2012, taking the roles of President and Coach, sharing her love of netball with like-minded women. Claudia has been Captain of the Swiss National Team from 2013. With a goal to further develop Netball in German-speaking Switzerland and the country, Claudia is excited to be part of Swiss Netball.
Helen is from the UK and has lived in Switzerland for over 20 years. She teaches biology and sports, exercise and health science at the International School of Lausanne. She played netball at school and university as well as helping to start Lausanne Netball Club. Helen represented Switzerland in the first ever Swiss Netball Open Team in 2012. She now enjoys umpiring and tutoring the C award course.
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Debbie is a Swiss, British and South African national who has lived in Switzerland, on both sides of the Röstigraben, since 2005. She was a founding member of GIN and Swiss Netball whilst in Geneva and has played over the years for GIN and then Netball Zug. She is a passionate advocate for women supporting women and enjoys helping others succeed.
Emma is British and Swiss and is a German patent translator, working for the WIPO in Geneva since 2001. Emma has a BA(Hons) degree in Sport and German and is very passionate about helping women & girls realise what they can achieve through sport with support, guidance & encouragement. Emma has been on the Swiss Netball Committee since day one, first as Treasurer, then Team Manager & current President of Swiss Netball. She is one of the founders of LCV Netball Club & Treasurer at GIN.
Emma is British & Swiss and is a German patent translator, working for WIPO in Geneva since 2001. Emma has a BA(Hons) degree in Sport and German. She is very passionate about helping women & girls realise what they can achieve through sport with support, guidance & encouragement. Emma has been on the Swiss Netball Committee since day one, as Treasurer, Team Manager & President of Swiss Netball. She is a founder of LCV Netball Club & Treasurer at GIN.
Jess Brown moved to Switzerland in 2017 and is a member of Zürich Netball. It didn't take long for her to want to get even more involved in the club and she became the Club Treasurer and Chair of the AGM shortly after. Originally from the UK, Jess loves all things Netball and has always been part of a club wherever she has been based. She is passionate to help grow the sport in Switzerland, particularly focusing on development in the German region.