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Fever athletes head to grassroots netball

Posted 3 months ago.

West Coast Fever athletes descended on local Associations over the weekend, with all eight players currently in WA spending time with budding netballers.

Olivia Lewis, Stacey Francis, Kaylia Stanton and Ingrid Colyer spent Saturday morning at the Belmont Netball Association, while Alice Teague-Neeld, Jess Anstiss, Verity Charles and Shannon Eagland visited the Kalamunda & Districts Netball Association.

Anstiss, a product of the Kalamunda & Districts Netball Association, said it was fantastic to see the West Australian netball community thriving.

“Having the opportunity to get back to the grassroots level and see the next generation of netballers in action, is something we really value as a Club,” Anstiss said.

“This visit was something I was particularly looking forward to, given that KDNA is where I spent my formative netball years, so it was excellent to see the thousands of participants and spectators on and around the courts.”

“As a Club, our purpose is to inspire and make you proud, so any opportunity we have to give back to the community who has given us so much, is one we relish.”

More local Association visits are planned for the coming weeks, with Members and fans encouraged to stay tuned to the Club’s social media platforms for announcements.

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