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Still time to sign up to a netball team

Molly Munro, Georgia Gribbin, Maddy Campbell, Tara Nugent, Taylor McCann and Simone and Chloe Tozer have some fun at Saturday's Coolum netball sign-on. Photo: Mike Garry/scw1321a
Molly Munro, Georgia Gribbin, Maddy Campbell, Tara Nugent, Taylor McCann and Simone and Chloe Tozer have some fun at Saturday's Coolum netball sign-on. Photo: Mike Garry/scw1321a

If you missed the Coolum netball sign-on last Saturday, don’t panic – you have another chance to sign up this Saturday.

The Coolum District Netball Association is growing rapidly as new people move into the area.

Junior membership stands at 350 children from five to 17 years old, and ladies membership at 150.

The association will again field a Fun Net program for the five to seven-year-olds, a Netta Division for eights and nines and five competitive divisions for 10 to 17-year-olds, played on Thursday afternoons.

There are also three strong divisions for the ladies played on a Tuesday evening.

The association’s champion representative teams ran a barbecue to raise funds for Queensland State and Country Championships coming up at Ipswich and Rockhampton.

Under-13, under-14, under-15 and under-16 teams will be competing at these events, while younger teams (12s and 13s) will compete at the Queensland Challenge events.

This Saturday’s sign-on will be held at the Coolum Sporting Complex, on the David Low Way, from 10am until 4pm.


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