England 'Nets' are coached and managed by -
Dave Mills - Coached the Australian Men’s team to five world championship titles, currently Australia’s U23’s coach. Coached Queensland Men’s team to Six National Championship titles and has Four State Championship titles. As a player he holds four National Championship medals from 1994-2000. England Mens Squad Head Coach 2012.
Emma Blackmore - Team Bath NTL Assistant Coach (2007-08). England Netball Regional Excel Coach (2008-2012), Surrey Storm NTL Assistant Coach (2008-2010), Surrey Storm NTL Head Coach (2010-present), England U18 Women Head Coach 2013.
Jurie Jones – England Mixed Team Head Coach 2014, South African Mixed Team Coach 2013, South African Ladies Team Coach 2010, South African U21's Team Coach 2008, South African Men's Team Coach 2006, South African Men's Team Coach 2003, South African Men's Team Coach 2002, WINA International Umpire 2010-present, Provincial and SAINF Umpire 2003-2013.
Diane Antonovich - Four times World Champion for New Zealand, New Zealand International 1998-2005 competing in 8 world competitions representing ladies and mixed teams, named Most Valuable Player as a New Zealand International. Silver Medal winning World Champion for England 2012 and 12 England caps, Player of the Tournament in the World Championships 2010, current England premiership player.
Hilary Collins – Australia’s U18’s Coach, INA England coach 2008, Netball America coaching advisor and coach to America West Coast Sharks. Coached Queensland U18’s to eight National Championship titles. Head coach for Brisbane South Region and Logan Wildcats, Assistant coach for Queensland Fusion. England Mixed Squad Head Coach 2012.
Adele Wood Johnson - Queensland Coach U14's, U16's and U21's Ladies 2002-2012. INA England coach 2008. Queensland Masters National Champion Coach 2011. Australia's National Masters Coach, England Mixed Squad Team Manager 2012.
Mohnte Namok - Queensland U19 Mens Coach 2010-2012, Head coach Toombul Tigers 2010, Superleague Coach of the Year 2010, Toombul Tigers Coach 1999, 2008, 2010-2011 – Coach and Team of the Year 2009, Selector Toombul Tigers Superleague Committee 2009. Player Australia U23’s 2000, Queensland U23’s Captain and National Champion 2000, Queensland Open Team 2001 & 2003, Queensland State and National Champion 2001, Queensland Indoor Team 2001, 2004-2005, North Queensland Team 1996-1999, Brisbane Team 2000-2005, 2008-2010 – Champions 2000, 2002, 2005, Queensland Lightning Team 2003, 2005, 2010, 2011 – Vice Captain 2005, 2011, Queensland Heat 2006, Sunshine Coast Sharks 2000, Cains Sharks 1996-1997, Toombul Tigers 1998-2000, 2008, 2009. England Womens Squad Head Coach 2012.
Casey Papa-Coombes – Manager Australia Men’s U23’s 2011, Indoor National Federation Queensland (INFQ) Coach, Manager Sunshine State Men's Mixed Netball Association (SSMNA) 2001, 2012. England Womens Squad Team Manager 2012.
Gill Quirepel - Former Director of INA England, Guernsey Netball Development Officer. England Mixed and Men’s Team Coach 2012 Head Coach at Nerine (Rangers) winning over 20 titles. Set up the Indoor Nets League in Guernsey, England U18 Womens Team Manager 2013, England U21 Team Manager 2014, England 30's Team Manager 2014.
Tom Reseigh - England Strength and Conditioning coach 2010-Present. England Men's Team Manager 2012, 30s Womens Squad Head Coach 2013, Women's Head Coach 2014 - Silver Medal World Champion. Rugby Coach. Sussex, Leicestershire, Loughborough Rugby Representative. Level 3 Personal Trainer. Fitness and Conditioning Coach for National Premier Netball Teams.
Sarah Taaffe – Former Director of INA England, General Manager INA England 2013-2014, 30s Women England Team Manager 2013, U21's England Head Coach 2014, Mixed and Women's England Team Manager 2014 - Silver Medla World Champion. INA England representative 2010-2014 - 44 International Caps, Loughborough 1st Team Player 2000-2003, London and South East Representative, Essex Met Representative 1998 – National Champion, National League Basketball Player 1996-1998. Current National England Premier Netball Player Division 1.
Kathryn Titmuss - England 30'S Mixed Coach 2014, UKCC Level 3 Coach, Turnford Netball Club National Coach 2010-Present, Hertfordshire County Academies Selector 2012- Present, England Netball Technical Skills Tutor 2010-2013, Birmingham University 1st and 2nd Squad Coach 2006-2008, Current National League Premier Netball Player Division 1.
Danielle Titmuss - England 30'S Mixed Coach 2014, Syndey University State League Netball Coach (2013- present). England Netball Regional Excel Coach - East (2010-2013). Assistant Coach Mavericks Youth (2012-2013). Head of Brunel University Netball (2011-2012; 2004-2008). Co-Coach English Universities Squad (2011-2012). Head Coach Essex Met Academies (2007-2009). British Universities Assistant Coach (2007-2008). Assistant Coach Brunel London Talent Squad (2007-2008). Head Coach University College London (2005-2007). Co-Coach Turnford Netball Club (1998-present).
Natalie Richardson - England 30's Women's Head Coach 2014, England Mixed 30s Team Manager 2014, England Women's Representative 2014 Silver Medal World Champion 2014, Turnford Netball Club Player and Coach 2010-2014, Birmingham University 1st Representative 2004-2008, Birmingham University 3rd and 4th Coach 2007-2008, UKCC Level 2 Coach, Satellite Academy Coach 2007-2010
Leah Hearle - England Osteopath 2012-2013. Leah graduated from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine and is also a certified and licensed Medical Acupuncturist. In addition to working at The Putney Clinic, she also assists in lecturing at the Irish College of Osteopathic Medicine and works part time at the Chelsea Outpatients Centre (Lister Hospital). Leah is currently completing an MSc in Sports Medicine at Barts Hospital, London. Leah is also trained in hydrotherapy, which can be beneficial for acute/chronic injuries or post-surgical recovery. She trained in sports first aid and works with a rugby team and the England Netball team as there tour Osteopath, dealing with acute sports injuries as well as rehabilitation and preventative treatment. Leah is also the tour osteopath for Netball Switzerland.
Kirsty Burrows - England Physiotherapist 2013, Kirsty graduated from the University of Southampton as a physiotherapist. Currently she works for Isokinetic Medical Group as a sports physiotherapist in London, a orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation company. Prior to this she worked in the Isokinetic Medical Group in Italy who are FIFA’s Medical Centre of Excellence. Kirsty has also worked as a physio at Singapore’s National Football Academy and at Singapore General Hospital, here she assessed, diagnosed and treated a wide variety of both spinal and peripheral conditions, including sporting injuries. Kirsty has been awarded gold medal from the President of Singapore, Mr S R Nathan, following her services to the National Football Academy U16 squad during the Youth Olympic Games and Lion City Cup campaigns 2010 and 2011 respectively. She was also selected by Singapore Health Department as foreign ambassador for Physiotherapy in Singapore in 2009 and was presented with commendation plaque from the Singapore Olympic Council for services rendered as Head Physiotherapist for the Bronze Medallist Singapore Football Team at the Inaugural Youth Olympic Games in 2010. Most recently Kirsty received an awarded the International Olympic Committee 2012 for recognition of volunteer medical services provided and the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Anita Holmes BSC (Hons) MCSP - England Physiotherapist 2014, Anita qualified in 2009 from Cardiff University. Since qualifying she has worked with Imperial College Trust as well as working privately with Richmond RFC, Apache 7's RFC and Parkside Orthopedic Hospital. She is qualified in Pilates and Acupuncture and has a clinical interest in sports injuries. Anita has played Water Polo to a high level, playing for Wales and currently enjoys triathlons and playing netball for her local club. Anita is currently the Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at NHS Trust.
Malcolm Pascoe - Bsc (Hons) MCSP, Coventry University in 2014 - First Class degree in Physiotherapy. Since qualifying Malcolm has been working in the musculoskeletal outpatient department of Charlotte Keel Health Centre in Bristol. With a strong interest in sports injury prevention and management, he has undertaken courses in sports taping, sports massage and manual therapy. Malcolm is a Netball and Basketball player and trained in Shodan Karate to a 1st Kyu level. In addition to martial arts, he enjoys running, cycling and rock climbing. England and South African Physiotherapist 2014. England Physiotherapist 2015.
Joanna Hutcheson – Physiotherapy, Salford University. Level VTCT level 4 sports massage therapist. Sports massage therapist and physiotherapist for American Football, Rugby, Triathlons, Roller Derby. Assistant for the Canadian women's football team at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Currently player for Blackburn Rovers ladies Football Club, Internationally Capped Footballer for Scotland. Great Britain representative at the World University Games in 2011. England and South African Physiotherapist 2014.