Wasps Netball have announced that Dannii Titmuss has left her role as Academy Coach after three successful years with the Black and Golds.
Titmuss has played a crucial role in the development of Wasps’ youth players since joining in 2017, overseeing two undefeated NPL campaigns with the Under 21s side.
She has also delivered the England Netball and Wasps Netball Academy Performance Pathway Programme and seen players under her tutelage succeed at senior and international level.
Titmuss said: “My time here has been a first-class education in what it takes to build a winning team, and I’m grateful to Mel Mansfield and Tamsin Greenway for giving me the opportunity.
“It’s been a privilege to work with all of the girls, and seeing the likes of Fran Williams, George Fisher and Annabel Roddy go on to be top players has been an incredible experience.
“I’ve learnt so much about the game from working with them and we have been lucky to have shared constant success at this level. They have been a joy to be around.
“I’d also like to say a huge thank you to Jen Hinton, Nicky Miles, and Mike Dawes. They have been an amazing team to work with over the last few years.
“I’m enormously proud to have been a part of this project from the very beginning, but it’s now time for me to take on my next challenge.”
Sarah Taylor, Franchise Manager at Wasps Netball, said: “Dannii has been an important part of the Wasps family for the last three years.
“She has been integral to the franchise’s success in helping to develop our young players.
“Our Academy players have loved working with her every step of the way. Whoever takes over will have big shoes to fill and we’d like to wish Dannii the best of luck in the next chapter of her career.”
Wasps are now looking to recruit a new Academy Manager & Coach. For more information visit www.waspsnetball.co.uk/blog