Fiona Geappen and Jon Fletcher will coach Tasmania's under-17 and under-19 sides respectively at next year's home national netball championships.
The Hobart Netball and Sports Centre was unveiled as the tournament's host this week, with teams from all states and territories set to compete in the state's capital between July 4 and 11.
Netball Tasmania chief executive Aaron Pidgeon said he was excited to have secured hosting rights for 2021 after this year's tournament, which was set to be played in Hobart in April, was cancelled due to the coronavirus.
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"Netball Tasmania is extremely pleased to be partnering with Netball Australia to bring the national championships to Tasmania, and to Hobart for the first time in many years," Pidgeon said.
"We're excited for the Tasmanian community who will get to see the brightest new talent in the country, and we're proud to be able to share with all participants our beautiful state."
The state's North has enjoyed great success at junior level in recent times, with Cavaliers taking out last weekend's under-19 title in a thrilling one-goal win over Cripps.
Last month saw Northern Hawk Hannah Lenthall and Cavalier Hayley McDougall named as the only Tasmanians selected for a national under-19 training camp to be held later this year.