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World Netball announces changes to 8 World Netball Officials’ status’

Following the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, World Netball has announced that 5 International Umpire Awardee’s (IUAs) have been re-endorsed.

Beyond this, the status of one International Netball Umpire Award (INUA) Testing Panel (ITP) Cadet has also been extended, whilst one ITP and one IUA have retired.

Congratulations to Tara Warner, Bronwen Adams, Alison Harrison, Louise Travis and Anso Kemp who will now hold IUA status until August 2026, and Tracy Skipp who will now continue as an ITP Cadet until August 2024.

Jo Kelly and Marc Henning have both taken the decision to retire from their respective ITP and IUA roles.

Thank you Jo and Marc for your services to netball.

Speaking on the announcements, World Netball International Officiating Manager, Christina Barrow, commented: “It is always pleasing to have World Netball Officials that continue to dedicate their voluntary time and energy to netball and to be able to recognise that, and to those that will no longer be with us thank you for all that you have contributed to help deliver thrilling world-class events.”

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