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Coach Henry quits Sunshine Girls

Published:Friday | May 11, 2018 | 6:45 PMRobert Bailey

It is understood that Sasher-Gaye Henry, co-head coach of Jamaica's national senior netball team, the Sunshine Girls, has handed in her resignation.

Well-placed sources told The Gleaner, that Henry handed in her resignation letter to Netball Jamaica president Dr Paula Daley-Morris a few days ago. 

It is also understood that Henry did not fill out a section of Netball Jamaica's Commonwealth Games team report form, which was handed to her following last month’s championships, which was held on Australia's Gold Coast. 

The Sunshine Girls won the bronze medal after defeating New Zealand 60-55. 

According to our information, Henry was disappointed with her remuneration package.

Henry along with Marvette Anderson, took over as co-coaches of the Sunshine Girls following the resignation of Jermaine Allison-McCracken at the end of July last year. 

The pair had also guided the Sunshine Girls to the silver medal at the World Fast5 Series in Australia in October last year.