Young stars taught lesson

SATURDAY provided Bundaberg's up-and-coming netballers the chance to mix with the region's best, when the rising stars and academy were put through their paces by the Wide Bay Thundercats.

“It was a great opportunity and they all really enjoyed it,” Bundaberg junior netball spokesperson Debbie Corrigan said.

“They all looked up to the girls and you could see the improvement in their games through the skills and drills and the game play showed the girls how to position and time their movement on the court.”

More than 30 juniors participated in the clinic, which was their last of the season.

Corrigan said plans were already in place for next year's juniors and the clinic, which was run for the first time on the weekend, was sure to continue next season.

“They all know that they can eventually work their way through juniors and play as a Thundercat now,” Corrigan said.



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