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What has Bernice Mene achieved?
She captained the Southern Sting from 1998-2003. Her team won the National Bank Cup each year she captained except for 1998. In 2003 she was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) for services to Netball. She is married to a former New Zealand Black Cap, Dion Nash.
What nationality is Bernice Mene?
Who is Bernice Mene married to?
Dion Nashm. 2003
In the 2003 New Year Honours, Mene was appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to netball. She is married to former New Zealand cricketer Dion Nash. Together they have three children.
Is Bernice Mene maori?
Although the new ethnic groups, with distinct traditions, broadened the image of the New Zealander, some from an immigrant background won success in traditional areas of national achievement such as sport. A good example was Bernice Mene, whose father had migrated from Samoa.
How tall is Bernice Mene?
Standing over six-foot tall, Mene was first drafted into the Silver Ferns squad as a 17-year-old schoolgirl in 1992, her on-court dynamism, maturity and ability to read the game capturing instant attention….Bernice Mene.
|Debut||07/11/1992 vs England Roses|
How old is Bernice Mene?
46 years (January 18, 1975)
Who married Dion Nash?
Bernice Menem. 2003
Personal life. He is married to former New Zealand netballer Bernice Mene; together they have three children. He attended Dargaville High School before completing his final year of school as a boarder at Auckland Grammar.
How old is Dion Nash?
49 years (November 20, 1971)
When was Triumph and Disaster founded?
Dion Nash founded Triumph and Disaster in 2011 after retiring from playing professional cricket for New Zealand’s national team.
Where is triumph and disaster made?
New Zealand SKINCARE
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Why should one treat triumph and disaster the same?
If you can meet with triumph and disaster and treat both equally. It means you simply acknowledge the event and continue on, come what may. It makes you realise the relativity of both success and failure.
Why are triumph and disaster called imposters?
In Rudyard Kipling’s poem ‘IF’, the poet personifies Triumph and Disaster and calls them ‘two impostors’ (pretenders/cheaters/deceivers). People become too happy in success and forget their duty at hand. That is why the poet calls triumph and disaster ‘two impostors’.