Tamsin Greenway has ended her seven-year spell at Surrey Storm to take a new role with Wasps Netball.
The former England international spent last season as director of netball with Surrey and will take up the same job with Wasps, who are one of three new teams in the Vitality Netball Superleague.
Greenway, who made over 70 appearances for Surrey, helped guide the team to a second straight title in the Grand final and says she is ‘extremely proud’ of her achievements with Storm.
She said: “Whilst this has been a very difficult decision to make, after seven incredible seasons at Surrey Storm, I feel now is the right time for me to take on a new challenge.
“I would like to personally thank all the team behind the scenes at Surrey Sports Park, my support staff over the years, the players, team mates and of course our exceptional fans for the amazing journey we have all been on.
“The last few years have been a special time for me as both a player and a coach, I am extremely proud of what we achieved at Storm, and I wish the future team all the best moving forward.”
Franchise director Gavin Baker said: “Tamsin has been a key part of the journey that Surrey Storm has been on since day one. And her legacy is one that will continue to live in fans and players alike.
“While we are disappointed to lose her from the club, it’s encouraging that someone with so much passion for netball will not be completely lost from the sport as a whole.”