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Monday, 27 August 2018

A Chat with Nat - The year that was

This season West Coast Fever teamed up with Di Bella Coffee to find out a little bit more about our star Goal Attack Nat Medhurst. During West Coast Fever’s most successful Suncorp Super Netball season Nat Medhurst caught up with Fever Fanatic/Media Manager Nathan Drudi across a number of Café’s stocking Di Bella coffee to chat all things netball. Follow the link to find every Chat with Nat episode, while discovering some of Perth’s best cafes. 


Episode 1 – The first episode of a Chat with Nat was at John Street Café in Cottesloe, where Medhurst discussed her history as a netballer and previewed the Club’s opening game of the 2018 Suncorp Super Netball season. 

Episode 2 – Episode two of a Chat with Nat took the team to Café’ Melograno in Subiaco on the back of Fever’s blistering win over the Adeliade Thunderbirds. Jhaniele Fowler’s record-breaking debut for the team was this episodes topic of choice, along with Medhurst’s favourite player.   

Episode 3 – Episode 3 Nat and the team headed north to Lot One Kitchen in Hillarys where Nat spoke about her days living in Queensland, along with a rebuttal to a controversial call made from upcoming opponent Abbey Mcculloch.  

Episode 4 – This episode was a chance for Nat’s fans to send in questions which the goal attack was more than happy to answer, while taking in the view at Mister Walker in South Perth. 


Episode 5 – This edition of a Chat with Nat at Chinta Café in North Perth was a chance for the netball star to share her insights in her nutrition as an elite athlete. 

Episode 6 – This episode at Tommy Sugo in Leederville was a chance for Nat to share some valuable insights on mental resilience as a professional athlete, a must listen for any keen netballer. 


Episode 7 – This time Nat and the team took a trip south of the river to Fremantle at Benny’s Bar and Café to share some quirky insights about her teammates. 


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