Board & Executive

West Coast Fever is proud to announce the first four Members of Club's inaugural Board. Full story.



Deane Pieters – President
Current Netball WA President, and an accomplished sportsman and businessman, Deane was the Board's inaugural Chair in February 2017. A former freestyle swimmer who competed for Australia at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, Deane is a former World Life Saving Champion (1990) and has won eight Australian Surf Life Saving Titles between 1990 to 1993. A graduate of the Stanford Executive Program as part of the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, California, USA, Deane is also a graduate member of the Australia Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and currently works as the General Manager of Business Strategy and Growth for the West Coast Eagles. 

Chris Massey
The current Director of Student Life at the University of Western Australia, Chris is a foundation Board member appointed in February in 2017. Prior to his role at UWA, Chris had more than 12 years experience in the Education Sector encompassing secondary teaching, physical education, and managing an educational self esteem program within Australia and Singapore. Chris has also had more than 5 years experience in the Health Sector, including two years at the Cancer Council of WA and three years as part of the WA Senior Executive team in Medicare Australia.

Simon Taylor

Simon has more than 20 years experience working in a wide variety of roles in Community, Commercial and Executive positions within a number of Sporting organisations including Australian University Sport, Queensland Rugby Union and the Reds, and Swimming WA where he was CEO. In his current role as CEO of Netball WA, Simon is responsible for driving the strategic direction of the of the sport in Western Australia with the many and varied key stakeholders of the organisation.


Kylie Chamberlain
A current Director of Herman Property Group, Kylie possesses an exceptional knowledge of the corporate and finance sectors, having also previously worked for ANZ, Macquarie and St George Bank’s. Netball also plays a prominent role in her life, as both a fan and former player of note, having been a member of the Perth Orioles team from 1997-98 and represented Western Australia in State open and underage teams throughout the nineties.



The current Chief Operations Officer of Netball WA, Stuart is a professional sports administrator with over 12 years experience in both the Australian domestic and International sporting arenas with national sporting bodies including Football Federation Australia, Swimming Australia and the Asian Football Confederation. Stuart played an integral role in the creation of the international BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series and has worked on multiple football tournament and competition formats including the World Cup, Asian Cup, Asian Champions League and Hyundai A-League to name but a few.

Tamara joins the Club from Basketball Australia, where she has served as the Women’s Program Manager and Team Leader for Women’s Basketball at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Having also worked as a State Administration Manager for Queensland Rugby Union, as well as a Senior Consultant for the Australian Sports Commission, Tamara brings considerable experience from across the sporting industry.

After a decorated playing career, which included being named the inaugural captain of the West Coast Fever and playing over 100 games at the elite level in both the Commonwealth Bank Trophy and ANZ Championship competitions, Stacey was named Head Coach in 2015. After successful seasons in 2015 and 2016, Stacey signed a contract extension that will see her serve until the end of 2020.

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