The Lower Clarence 17-years team (from back left) is Kelsey Schipp, Shae Anderson, Allira Farlow, Cassie Gardner, Phoebe Kane, (front row) Tarni Sullivan, Brittany Moodie, Sally Gardiner and Emma Callister.
The Lower Clarence 17-years team (from back left) is Kelsey Schipp, Shae Anderson, Allira Farlow, Cassie Gardner, Phoebe Kane, (front row) Tarni Sullivan, Brittany Moodie, Sally Gardiner and Emma Callister.

Rep team in state champs

LOWER Clarence Netball Association’s 17-years representative team leave on Friday to compete in this weekend’s Holden State Championships, hosted by Campbelltown District Netball Association at Coronation Park, Minto.

The Holden State Championships are three solid days of netball.

About 150 teams from 75 associations will compete across six age divisions: Opens, 21 and under, 17 and under, over 35, over 40 and over 45.

With netball coaches, players and umpires across NSW putting the final touches on their preparation, Coronation Park will be a hive of activity with more than 2000 participants.

The state carnival is one of the four marquee events on the state netball calendar, this event bringing together elite netballers from across NSW for three days of tough competition, and some socialising – in one of the worlds’ largest female amateur sporting events.

Lower Clarence Netball Association would like to extend their best wishes to the young ladies of the 17-years team and hope the girls can achieve their personal and team goals over the weekend of the event.

They will be playing 23 games against other NSW country regional teams in division three of the championships.

Without the support of the following sponsors, the association would not be able to raise the funds to send the 17-years team to the State Championships and the 12-15 years team to the State Age Championships next month.



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