SPAR Proteas Star Owethu Ngubane Joins Strathclyde Sirens

Owethu "Sammy" Ngubane is in the spotlight as she gears up for the Strathclyde Sirens 2024 netball season. Photo: Supplied

Strathclyde Sirens unveiled four exciting new squad members, preparing for the much-anticipated 2024 netball season in Glasgow, Scotland, and the dynamic presence of South Africa’s Owethu Ngubane, affectionately known as “Sammy,” stands out.

At just 21 years old, Owethu Ngubane of the SPAR Proteas is set to make a considerable mark. Her 2023 debut with the national team attests to her enormous potential.

“Sammy is such an exciting young talent. She brings a different style and versatility to our shooting circle,” Coach MacDonald expressed her excitement in the club’s official statement.

Sharing her journey, Sammy gives us insight into her path: “I had a bad start with netball in primary school, but I didn’t let that stop me. I’m proud of where I am now,” she said in the club’s statement.

Owethu’s co-signees at Strathclyde Sirens include 25-year-old Hannah Leighton from Walsall, showcasing her skills as a mid-courter. Completing the roster are Manchester’s Millie Sanders and the 23-year-old netball sensation, Hannah Williams, who already has a significant reputation in netball.

With their unique talents and potential, these players are set to take the game to new heights.

The stage is set for an unforgettable 2024 season as these players become part of the Strathclyde Sirens family.


Photo Caption: Owethu “Sammy” Ngubane is in the spotlight as she gears up for the Strathclyde Sirens 2024 netball season. Photo: Supplied

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