Popular netball program has started up again in Seymour.CHALPAT SONTI June 13, 2014 3:41am
Seymour Net Set Go participants warm up with a dance at the Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre on Friday night.
Calling all budding netball stars of the future — your chance to get started is here.
The ANZ Bank-sponsored Net Set Go has started again in Seymour on Friday evenings, and the Saturday morning competition is also up and running at Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre.
About 90 girls have registered in the events, but more are welcome. The groups combined on Friday evening at the stadium, trying out a new warm-up dance from Netball Victoria, as well as presenting awards to under-11 players of the week.
The players, pictured here, were Bella King, Lucy Duff, Emily King and Lily Thorpe from May 17, Imogen Cafasso, Paxton Thornberry, Sophie Cotter and Jayne Rohde from May 24, and Kaylee Stirling, Trinity Boyd, Ella-Mae Ruka-Carter and Paige Nachlik from May 31.
Net Set Go is for five-to-10 year-olds and teaches skill development. It is held at Kings Park on Fridays between 4
The Saturday morning competiton is in five age groups — under-9, under-11, under-13, under-15 and under-17. Everyone gets to play a game.
Seymour College is also running a netball program this term as part of its Active After School Communities program.
To get involved in junior netball, or for more information, phone Ann Eden on 0428
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