The West Coast Fever Futures program was established in 2022 as the club expanded its footprint to integrate more than 60 athletes from across WA into a new talent pathway.

This structure encompasses the 17/U and 19/U West Coast Fever Futures Squads, which receive education, training and development opportunities as the next generation of emerging talent.

Players are selected from the West Coast Fever Futures Squads to represent WA in their respective age groups at the National Championships each year.

In addition, regional and metropolitan academies feed into the talent pathway, engaging approximately 500 netballers throughout WA in Fever In Time program.

19U West Coast Fever Futures Trials

2022 West Coast Fever Futures

Rebekah Aynsley
Rangers, Perth

Georgie Cleaver
Roar, Fremantle

Aitaua Enari
Comets, Wanneroo

Shae Fitzgerald
Comets, Wanneroo

Honey Harrington
Comets, Wanneroo

Boudene Huckle
Roar, Perth

Scarlet Jauncey
Comets, Wanneroo

Maya Kenny
Roar, Fremantle

Serian Lockwood-Jones
Comets, Wanneroo

Teddi Lowe
Roar, Fremantle

Chloe Ramsay
Comets, Wanneroo

Asha Ranson
Peel, Mandurah

Charisse Rond
Roar, Perth

Isabel Spry
Sharks, Fremantle

Tayla Styles
Rangers, Swan

Lily Anderson
Demons, Southern

Ruth Aryang
Jets Swan

Gardenia Asiata
Rangers, Swan

Riley Burd
Peel, Fremantle

Sophie Eastaugh
Jets, Fremantle

Madison Gauntlett
Roar, Fremantle

Rylee Hall
Roar, Joondalup

Jasmah Haywood
Rangers, Swan

Zjana Herangi
Comets, Wanneroo

Jamaica Jauncey
Comets, Wanneroo

Cleo Kenny
Roar, Fremantle

Emma Putt
Roar, Perth

Grace Sinclair
Rangers, Noranda

Shaye Skraha
Jets, Bunbury

Indiana Squiers
Sharks, Fremantle

2022 West Coast Fever Futures Staff

Head Coach
Samantha Lee

Assistant Coach
Julie Cleverley

Team Manager
Janine Bennett

Physiotherapist
Daniel Stead

Specialist Coach
Emma Cosh

Head Coach
Karly Gaudagnin

Assistant Coach
Melanie Rainey

Team Manager
Deb Poole

Physiotherapist
Dave Moala

Specialist Coach
Shannon Eagland