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Yvette Smith Retires From Role as World Netball ITP

Yvette Smith has retired in her role as World Netball International Netball Umpire Award (INUA) Testing Panel (ITP).

Yvette’s ITP status was issued in 2010, and since then she has been appointed to multiple events, most notably the Netball World Cup 2015 and the Netball World Cup Qualifiers – Americas in October 2022.

Speaking on Yvette’s retirement, World Netball International Officiating Manager, Christina Barrow, said: “Thank you to Yvette for all the time and energy that she has given in this role, and we wish her well with her continued involvement in World Netball with RAP”.

Thank you, Yvette.

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