Netball player conducts training session at Woy Woy
Central Coast Heart netball player Bella De Vivo recently conducted a training session with players from the Woy Woy Peninsula Netball Association.
She joined the Association's 12's team for a training session just before the Christmas break.
Association president Ms Lisa Coakley said Bella was once a Woy Woy junior player herself and was a big hit with the junior players.
"It was a wonderful training session and it was great for our players to meet with one of our own Central Coast Hearts who has been a loyal and dedicated young member.
"Bel has worked hard at her game and progressed through the pathways that we provide for all players and officials," Ms Coakley said.
Following the session, which also included a stretching segment and a demonstration of how to correctly use a foam roller, Ms De Vivo spoke with the players about her experience as a Woy Woy junior right up until the Heart and her time on other NSW Netball teams.
Ms Coakley said players who attended all left inspired.
She said that Bella had told them that even though Woy Woy is the smallest of the Central Coast's three netball associations, all the same pathways were available.
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Lisa Coakley, Woy Woy Peninsula Netball Association
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