LDNA moves forward


LDNA moves forward

LEONGATHA and District Netball Association received a $10,000 community grant from the South Gippsland Shire to create a business plan.
The association plan to expand the courts run off zone to fit the Netball Victoria compliant court specifications.
Currently, there are eight courts in total, the association plan on eliminating one of the courts to make for more run off space.
“It’s a work in progress,” president of the association Anna Patterson said.
“We’re starting to look ahead; these courts aren’t just used by Leongatha players.
“Every week players from all of the surrounding regional towns are drawn together to use these courts.”
Potentially, the association will be looking at improving the drainage and landscape in immediate areas of the court.
The association is crossing its fingers for funding to proceed to the next step eventually.
The cost of this redevelopment project is yet to be determined.

Future umpires: Leongatha and District Netball Association umpires in training, from left, Abigail Exelby, Jade Hamilton, Lily Caithness and Hannah Giliam are thrilled with the $10,000 community grant they received from the South Gippsland Shire Council to expand the run off space surrounding the courts.

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