Sasha Glasgow will remain in the green for a further two seasons.

Sasha Glasgow will remain in the green for a further two seasons. (Photo: West Coast Fever)

Dynamic goal attack Sasha Glasgow has recommitted to the West Coast Fever, signing a two year deal with the club.

The West Coast Fever have announced that dynamic goal attack Sasha Glasgow as recommits for a further two seasons. For all your Suncorp Super Netball signing news, stay up to date with our Off-Season Hub and follow The Inner Sanctum’s netball podcast, Over a Third, on Twitter and Instagram to get the news when it breaks.

Glasgow joined the Fever after spending four years with the Adelaide Thunderbirds and fitted into the Fever attack end seamlessly, creating a dynamic partnership with goal shooter Jhaniele Fowler.

The 23 year old starred as a super shot specialist for the Fever scoring 29 super shots and 84 goals in 2021. She also recorded 152 goal assists from 191 circle feeds.

Glasgow was rewarded for her strong season with selection into the  2021/22 Australian Development squad, alongside fellow goal attack Alice Teague-Neeld and new recruit Rudi Ellis.

Glasgow in her debut for the West Coast Fever. (Photo: West Coast Fever)

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Glasgow said that she loved her first season at the Fever.

“I really fell in love with Perth as a whole and the girls are incredible,” the shooter said. 

“I’ve made so many great connections here and the club has been my family. I’m so excited to make Perth more of a home for another two years. 

“I’m looking forward to having Dan again as a coach, I really respect him as an individual and I’m excited to see what direction he can take the Fever. 

“I’m also looking forward to growing again with the girls. 2021 made us stronger as a collective and as individuals and I believe we have another level of netball to strive toward in the coming year. 

“I’m so thankful that the green army welcomed me with open arms in 2021, it constantly felt like such a privilege to play for them and play for a state that lives and breathes netball, so I can’t wait to get out at RAC again and play for them.” 

Glasgow previously played under Dan Ryan in their respective times at the Adelaide Thunderbirds, and in 2017 and 2018, during Glasgow’s first two seasons at the Thunderbirds.

Glasgow joins Teague-Neeld, Ellis, Fowler, Courtney Bruce and Verity Charles in the 2022 Fever team.

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