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Netball, come one, come all

MELBOURNE Vixen netballers, Geva Mentor and Kate Molony, will be in Leongatha on Friday for a Come and Try Netball event as part of Social Inclusion Week and for International Day of People with Disability.
The event is sponsored by Netball Victoria, Leongatha and District Netball Association and the South Coast Access Alliance.
It aims to inspire people who may not have previously had the chance to play or be involved in netball due to physical, social or financial barriers.
There are no barriers regarding age, nationality, culture; anyone who has an interest but for some reason has felt estranged in the past is invited to come and join in.
Everyone is invited to the Leongatha Netball Courts on Friday, November 28 between 12 noon – 2pm to participate in the various netball activity stations and enjoy the wonderful food provided by Yooralla 5a Catering.
Mitchell Price, a State representative and accredited umpire, will join other local champions and staff from disability support services in an exhibition match during the event.
South Coast Access Alliance consists of the local disability services such as Yooralla, South Gippsland Specialist School, Health Services, Gippsland Sport, Wonthaggi Lions Club and South Gippsland and Bass Coast Rural Access Program and aims to create opportunities for people with a disability.
For further information, to register your interest or need for child care, please contact Kris – South Coast Primary Care Partnership: 5674 6407 or Netball Victoria: 9321 2206.

Action stations: from left, LDNA president Julie Grant, Mitch Price and Johanna Crosby of Netball Victoria.

Action stations: from left, LDNA president Julie Grant, Mitch Price and Johanna Crosby of Netball Victoria.

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