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Croser appointed General Manager of Fever

West Coast Fever is proud to announce the appointment of Morag Croser as its General Manager.

Croser joins the Club from the West Australian Cricket Association (WACA), where she was the High Performance Program Manager, responsible for leading and managing the high performance pathway for female cricket, including both the Perth Scorchers (WBBL) and Western Fury (WNCL) programs.

Boasting almost two decades of experience in the Australian sport system, Croser has demonstrated a high level of success in high performance program management and the management of professional sporting teams.

West Coast Fever Managing Director Simon Taylor welcomed Croser.

“Morag will be a wonderful addition to West Coast Fever,” Taylor said.

“She has a proven track record in managing professional sporting teams, and I am confident that she will lead our programs as we continue to inspire and make our fans proud.”

“Morag has a unique skill set that will play an important role in achieving our vision of being the best elite netball club on and off the court.”

Prior to joining the WACA, Croser spent almost a decade at the Australian Sports Commission, and prior to that was employed by the West Australian Institute of Sport.

Croser said she was excited to join the Club.

“There is no doubt that this is an incredibly exciting time for women’s sport in Australia, and the increasing public and commercial interest across the major codes reflects this,” Croser said.

“I’ve had the privilege in recent times to contribute to the successful growth and development of the Perth Scorchers WBBL club, and I am thrilled to be presented with an opportunity to do the same with West Coast Fever.”

“From what I can see, there has been some fantastic work done to establish some really strong club foundations, and I can’t wait to work side by side with players and staff to build on this, and help bring home our first Suncorp Super Netball title.”

“Every sport brings with it its own unique challenges and opportunities, and I am excited to see what Fever brings and how I help drive the Club forward and cement ourselves as the benchmark program in Australian netball.”

As General Manager, Croser will lead the performance operations teams across West Coast Fever, the West Coast Fever Academy and the Western Sting, and manage all West Coast Fever staff.

Croser will commence her role on February 11.

 

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