Wrap up from our Home Game v Express July 2018

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Our Peninsula Waves VNL Home Game on the weekend was a great success both on court and off court. It takes many contributors to make these events possible and to run smoothly. We would like to thank everyone who kindly volunteered to work on the door, in the canteen and to set up and pack up – you are all ace!

We would like to make special acknowledgement to Julie Williams for capturing these amazing images through her lens and has provided the imagery to showcase our event and our amazing athletes. To Peta Murphy for your huge effort as MC without a Microphone, we are grateful to have your support and contribution at our club. To Sharon Iacovou for coordinating the gorgeous raffle prizes and recovery food for athletes and umpires. Kelly Andrews for coming into FDNA to fold and staple all our home game programs. And special thank you to our umpires-on-call who officiated the Representative Teams game, Corinna Horvath and Sara Duncan. 

Each and every week we have a group of volunteers who work behind the scenes, including our Bench Officials, Team Managers Jill Hunter and Jess Cox, Primary Carer, Raeleen Darcy, our incredible Physiotherapist, Emma Iacovou, our Strength and Conditioning star, Sara Duncan and our Match Analyst Glenn Williams. We thank you all for the contribution and commitment to our club.

We were pleased to be able to demonstrate the VNL pathway through our region’s association representative teams and hosted the Mornington Peninsula Netball Association and Frankston & District Netball Association 13/Under teams in the curtain raiser game. We look forward to these netballers progressing through the Peninsula Waves VNL pathway.

THANK YOU EVERYONE for making our home game such a success!!

Peninsula Waves

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