Name
Sunshine Coast Lightning

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Head Coach

Kylee Byrne

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Established
2016 (5 years old)

Sport
Netball

Stadium/Home
University of the Sunshine Coast
(3,000 Capacity)

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Location
Queensland, Australia

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Australian Super Netball League

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smudgie: 12/Oct/21
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The Sunshine Coast Lightning is an Australian netball team in Sunshine Coast, Queensland which competes in the premier domestic league, Suncorp Super Netball. The team were formed in 2016 as a new look Queensland side, during the disbanding of the ANZ Championship. The team is a joint venture owned by the Melbourne Storm and University of Sunshine Coast.

Team Members
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Reilley
Batcheldor




Mahalia
Cassidy




Kadie-Ann
Dehaney




Tara
Hinchliffe




Cara
Koenen




Annie
Miller




Karla
Pretorius




Laura
Scherian




Kate
Shimmin




Stephanie
Wood



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The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) is a public university based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. After opening with 524 students in 1996 as the Sunshine Coast University College, it was later renamed the University of the Sunshine Coast in 1999.
The university features an indoor arena used often for Netball matches and other sporting activities. Since February 2017 the arena has been the home stadium for National Netball League team Sunshine Coast Lightning. The arena has a seating capacity of 2,200 and features broadcasting facilities and several corporate boxes. As a result of growing demand for the Lightning amongst the public, the venue is being upgraded to 3,000 seats and will also feature new change rooms, a function room, public bathrooms and an improved sound system; all of which is expected to be completed by May 2019.

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