Netball association offers range of programs
Woy Woy Peninsula Netball Association is offering a range of programs in coming weeks.
The Association will run three different for fun and fitness competitions and is wanting local players to register their interest.
The first competition is a Twilight Competition for players aged 5 and over.
"This will launch at Lemon Grove Netball Courts at Ettalong on October 15 and will be played on Tuesday nights for nine weeks," said Association president Ms Lisa Coakley.
The second is a Fast5 Competition for players aged 13 to 17 and for players aged 18 and over.
"This comp will be split into two divisions, junior and senior, and will also be played on Wednesdays at Ettalong for nine weeks with a start date of October 16," Ms Coakley said.
The third is a Walking Netball Competition suitable for players of all ages and fitness levels.
Ms Coakley said this was an amateur level competition designed to introduce netball to players who might never have set foot on a court before.
"First and foremost, this is a health and wellbeing program that will cater to all ages and fitness levels and will include a low intensity strength, balance and cardio session, combined with a beginners' netball skills session that culminates in a game of walking netball," Ms Coakley said.
This competition will also run from Ettalong and will take place on Wednesday evenings for nine weeks from October 16.
Ms Coakley said each competition would be dependent on player numbers.
Website, 26 Sep 2019
Lisa Coakley, Woy Woy Peninsula Netball Association
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