Sandra Edge is a former New Zealand netball player. She was noted as the best centre in the world.
She captained the New Zealand under 21 team in 1982, aged 17. She debuted in the Silver Ferns in Melbourne in 1985, against Australia. For the next ten years she played in a record 94 internationals and three world championships; the team won the world title in 1987. She became New Zealand team captain in 1994, and retired in 1995. As Silver Fern No 75, mercurial midcourter Sandra Edge left an indelible imprint which was recently honoured at Netball New Zealand HQ with the unveiling of the Sandra Edge Room.
In 2008, Sandra gained a Bachelor of Teaching and has had a lifelong involvement in netball. As a player she represented Poverty Bay, Wellington, Waikato, Southland and Auckland, and played 94 tests for New Zealand.
In November 2013, Sandra Edge was appointed to the role of Coach Development Officer, working with the Wellington Regional Centres and Lead Centres within the Zone.
Sandra has coached a number of secondary school teams, club teams, and age group representative teams over the years.
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