It's not every day you get to have a training session with a superstar.
Well members of the Southern Highlands Netball Association (SHNA) had to blink twice to believe they were training with former NSW Swift captain Abbey McCulloch on Friday, April 16.
McCulloch, along with current Swifts academy player, Laura Towell, put the eager members through a few training drills as well as some fitness tasks.
Players of any ability were welcome to the Per4orm netball clinic.
SHNA vice president Cecila Marmon said the six and a half hour session was of high quality and hoped more sessions like these would be organised to allow more growth in the region.
"The more things we can do like this will promote netball and help our girls enjoy the sport more," Marmon said.
"By gaining their skills, they will ultimately improve the competitions we hold."
Per4orm Netball provides a quality program developed to improve the skills and fitness of aspiring players.
Their focus is not only on developing players, but also on the coaches who give so much of their time to their players and the sport.
The SHNA netball season began on Saturday, April 24, a week after the clinics.
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