Sanne van der Werff, 24, serves as a PKC type of point guard and The Dutch National Team while in medical school. They were shooting consistently and throwing left-handed passes around the perimeter. and Drop by the post to see elaborate screens and Handoffs below the basket She said that hospital instruction is hierarchical and makes her feel less qualified than doctors who are fully trained. She said she loves korfball and has been playing since she was 7. “I feel equal to the boys. I can say what I want. I can do what I want. I see a boy just as another girl on our team. A two-meter-tall girl.”
By halftime, Fortuna trailed, 12-4. Surprisingly, the team was not as active on their home court. A top man of the team was injured and was not present. Celeste Split (32) was the career-scoring leader of female players in Dutch league. She scored two goals.
“There is a saying that with good women, you can win championships,” Split.
Without enough female elite players
“I don’t think you can win,” Fleur Hoek (26), Fleur’s teammate. a Star on the Dutch national soccer team.
PKC, billed as the world’s largest korfball club with roughly 1,000 members, has embraced this strategy with blunt resolve.
When its coequal head coaches — Wim Scholtmeijer, 40, and Jennifer Tromp, 44 — took charge for the 2020-21 season, they began to dismantle the club’s male-dominated culture, telling men on the team, “You have to listen to the girls.”
The coaches played a lot of games at practices. a Beyoncé song with the lyrics, “Who run the world? Girls.”