Tamsin Greenway

13 October 2013

Sport/Event >
Netball, positions: goal attack, wing attack, centre

Date and Place of Birth >
1982, Leicester, UK

Coached by >
Jan Crabtree and Lyn Gunson

Biography >
Outstanding midcourt and shooting circle player who vice-captained the Team Bath side that won the inaugural Superleague title in the 2005/6 season.

Tamsin was a member of the senior England squad in 2004/5, making her senior international debut against South Africa. She forced her way back into the senior England squad for the 2006/7 season through consistently strong performances in Team Bath colours.

In July 2006 Tamsin played for the England team that toured Fiji – host of the 2007 World Championships.

A media studies graduate, Tamsin was named most valuable player of the netball competition when she represented England Universities at the 2004 British University Games. England won the netball title at the Games, held at the University of Bath.

Won gold with the England under-19s in the 2001 FENA competition and a member of the Team Bath Super Cup side from 2003 to 2005, including the 2004 title-winning side.

Tamsin started playing netball aged 11. A good all-round sportswoman, she also enjoys playing tennis and badminton, and is a keen Leicester City football fan.

Clubs > TeamBath

Occupation > Netball coach

Competitive Record >
FENA under-19s: winners (with England) 2004
British University Games: winners (with England Universities) – University of Bath, April 2004
SuperCup: gold with TeamBath 2004
Superleague: winners (with TeamBath) – 2006
World Netball Championships Squad 2007

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