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Our Coaches

Taryn Barley - Head Coach and League Coach
2021 WANL Coach of the Year

Taryn is passionate about building close and positive relationships between coaches and players while ensuring a careful balance between athlete accountability and establishing a foundation for athletes to feel supported and empowered to develop their netball knowledge.

Taryn has her Elite Coaching Accreditation which she completed in 2017.  She held the 15U State Team Assistant Coach role from 2017 - 2019 and was reappointed to the role in 2020.  She was also the 17U State Team Fever in Time (FIT) Assistant Coach in 2018 and 2019.

Taryn has been the Netball Specialist Program Coordinator at Melville Senior high school since 2019. Taryn has also played an integral part in the  Hammersley Netball Club Coaching their Division 1 Team 2 in 2019 and also as the Head Coach for the West Coast Netball Region Academy in 2016 and 2017.  Taryn also held the Warriors in Time (WIT) Coach role in 2017.

In 2020, 2021 and 2022, Taryn led the Rangers 20U team to the finals, winning the 20U WANL Premiership in 2021 and achieved the Netball WA Coach of the Year 2021.  She is looking forward to another successful 2023!

Craig Harry - League Assistant Coach

Craig is a passionate, positive Intermediate Coach with a background in personal training, athletics and former WAFL player.  In recent years, he has been an association level coach for Junior, 20U and Masters level teams for the Success Netball Association; he was awarded the Club Person of the Year in 2022.

Craig is the current Senior Division 1 Coach for the Diamonds Netball Club (Success) and supports players in all aspects of their development.

Craig is keen to learn and provides amazing statistics for both our League and 20U teams and is on our bench again in 2023.

Hayley Mews - League Apprentice Coach

Hayley is passionate about supporting and developing our next generation of athletes to become the best that they can be. She is determined to build strong relationships with her athletes and is excited to watch them grow through the pathway. 
Hayley is working towards her Advanced Coaching accreditation and brings more than 12 years experience with coaching, in addition to bringing skills from a Health and Physical Education degree to this role. She has had playing experience at WANL level, and has been highly successful in coaching representative teams at an Association and Regional level across Metro WA and in the North West. She also has experience as an Association Development officer and Netball Coordinator.
In 2021 and 2022, Hayley led her representative teams to a premiership in the Pilbara and Metro WA. She held the Assistant coach role for Rangers Scouts in 2022 and is looking forward to another year with the playing group and family at Rangers.

Hayley was Scouts Head Coach in 2023. She will be working with league in 2024 where her past playing experience will help support this group, whilst she continues to develop her technical and tactical knowledge at the next level of the pathway.

Sharon Dawson - Men's Coach

Sharon has been appointed as the inaugural Rangers Men’s Team Coach for 2024 in her 4th year within the WANL environment and our club. She has been an assistant coach to both our former 20U and 2023 League Teams in recent years.
Sharon is an experienced, highly passionate and supportive Advanced Accredited Coach currently working towards her Elite Accreditation.
She has a wealth of knowledge gathered from over 25 years of coaching on the Netball WA pathway. An experienced former Association Development Officer, Fever in Time and Association level coach in Perth and previously in country regions.
Sharon honed her skills in the early years in player development programs in the North-West and Goldfields.
She is excited to have the privilege and opportunity to establish the Rangers Men’s Program for 2024 and is looking forward to the challenge!

Cheney Armstrong - Men's Assistant Coach

Cheney joins the club in 2024 as our Mens Assistant Coach, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge and background. She is a former WANL player and Intermediate Accredited Coach currently working towards her Advanced accreditation in the Netball WA pathway.
Cheney is also a professional and hard-working Physical Education Teacher and Specialist Netball Program coordinator at Harrisdale SHS. She developed this program in 2020 and is passionate about providing a netball pathway for young men.
Cheney is a former product of the KDNA and Darling Range original player pathway and is a former Rangers, Warriors and Thunder player. She has coached representative level for KDNA and brings excellent strategy, game sense and personality to the role.
Cheney is super excited to be on board as an assistant coach for the Inaugural 2024 Men’s team for Rangers!

Rebecca Roberts - 21U Coach

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Rebecca's story coming soon...


Richelle Romasz - 21U Assistant Coach

Richelle has been involved in netball for many years, whether it's been coaching, playing or volunteering her time at club and association level. In 2022, Richelle won coach of the year for the Juniors AFL Metro Central. 

Richelle is looking to develop her coaching in both AFL and netball, working towards her Advanced Accreditation.  She loves supporting and working with the next generation of athletes to help them grow and develop. 

Richelle believes one of the most rewarding aspects of coaching is when a smile comes across an athlete's face when they know they have achieved the goal they have been working towards.

Richelle has now started working through her Advanced Coaching Accreditation and is looking forward to developing her knowledge at the next level of the netball pathway whilst working with Bec and our 21U team. Richelle’s strength lies in her error detection and correction and she will provide valuable support to Bec, to maintain high standards within our 21U environment.

Maggie Carroll - Scouts Coach

Maggie is a passionate netballer and has a love for fitness, leadership and coaching.

Maggie has had many years’ experience as both a player and coach. Originally from Canberra, she played in Division 1 State League competitions in both the ACT & NSW, and represented the ACT at State Level. After moving to Perth 11 years ago, she continued her netball with Darling Rangers in State League. 

A qualified Intermediate Coach, Maggie was most recently Rangers Apprentice Coach in 2022. In 2019 she coached the U16’s SDNA Metro League Team and the SNDA Open team in 2018. Prior to that, she was the Under 12 Rangers Head Coach in 2017 and ACT School girls Assistant Coach in 2003.

Maggie uses her own journey in the player pathway to build resilient and hard working athletes, and educate our Scouts players on all aspects of development required to be successful in the next step of the netball pathway.

Terri Hawera - Scouts Assistant Coach

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Terri joins the club this season as an Intermediate Accredited Coach, with experience as both a senior Division 1 player, and coach at 20U and 16U Division 1 association and representative level.

She is a former Association Development Officer for Success Netball Association, and brings passion, patience and excellent knowledge of strategy to the club.

Terri is a great advocate for women's sport and the elite pathway for players in Western Australia. She is excited about the opportunity to work with our WANL Futures - Scouts athletes in 2024.

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