Just over a week after submitting her resignation to Netball Jamaica, national co-coach Sasher-Gaye Henry has broken her silence on the matter in an exclusive interview with RJR Sports. While declining to get into the details of why she decided to resign weeks after helping Jamaica to the bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast Australia, Henry on Tuesday confirmed that she will be meeting with officials of Netball Jamaica Wednesday.
“Definitely a meeting is confirmed for tomorrow which is Wednesday, So I’m just anticipating that meeting,” said Henry. President of Netball Jamaica Dr Paula Daley-Morris who also confirmed the meeting with tvj sports by phone today, says it will take place at an undisclosed location.
In the meantime, coach Henry was quizzed as to whether she would consider rescinding the resignation but declined to comment. Henry also did not say what was the effective date of her resignation. It's understood Henry was not pleased with her present salary package from Netball Jamaica and also the co-coaching arrangement and would prefer to operate in a single head coaching capacity.
The Netball Jamaica president Dr Daley-Morris has indicated that the board would be meeting later this week, following Wednesday's meeting with coach Henry. Minister of Sport Olivia Grange recently announced plans for Jamaica to bid to host an international sporting event.