Girls build skill sets

August 04, 2017

Tatura Netball Club has two primary school teams in the Shepparton Netball Association's primary school competition.

Tatura has two teams in the primary school section of the Saturday morning Shepparton Netball Association (SNA) competition.

Although matches have proven challenging, this team has shown great determination amid strong competition to achieve two wins so far.

Buoyed by their success the girls have continued to enjoy their netball, adding to their skill sets along the way.

Their coach, Marni Stevens, says each week the team has remained dedicated to its training session and transferred its high level of enthusiasm to matches on Saturdays.

A number of players in this team also play in the high school section, playing a second game in the afternoon competition.

In 2016 Lacey Pogue, Olivia Stevens and Charlette Gray were selected by SNA to play in an 11-and-under tournament team.

This was a fantastic achievement for these girls who worked hard for their opportunity and deserved their success.

Tatura Netball Club remains committed to developing its junior players’ ability and enjoyment across all levels of netball, and takes pride in fostering an inclusive culture across the club.

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