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Camilla Buchanan, coach of Saracens Mavericks.

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - APRIL 17: Camilla Buchanan, coach of Saracens Mavericks speaks to her team during the Vitality Netball Superleague spring showdown round 13 match between Saracens Mavericks and London Pulse at Resorts World Arena on April 17, 2022 in Birmingham, England. (Photo by Chloe Knott/Getty Images for England Netball)

Camilla Buchanan has been appointed as Saracens Mavericks’ new Head Coach and Tamsin Greenway joins the Hertfordshire side as Head of Strategic Performance.

Both roles signal a new era at Hertfordshire Sports Village as the club ‘announce some changes to the Saracens Mavericks performance structure’ to ‘better support our players to go onto great success together as a group and individually with international representation’.

Buchanan takes over from the departing Kat Ratnapala who recently guided Mavericks to another fifth-place finish in the 2022 season. She has been at the club since 2008 as a player – when she lifted the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL trophy) – Vice-Captain & most recently Assistant Coach under Ratnapala.

Buchanan will work closely with the inbound Tamsin Greenway who will be joining Mavericks as Head of Strategic Performance. The role will oversee all aspects of elite performance and work closely with Kieran Crombie, MD of Saracens Women’s Sport and ESG, and Group Performance Director Philip Morrow to ensure there is integration across the group and access to some exceptionally gifted people in all aspects of sport performance.

Between 2006 and 2018, Greenway played in eight VNSL Grand Finals for three different teams – Team Bath, Surrey Storm and Wasps – winning seven. The former England international will remain as Head Coach of the Scotland national netball team. An assistant coaching team will be ‘announced in the coming months’, according to Mavericks’ statement.

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