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NEW Drysdale Netball Club coach Leah Wilson put her enthusiastic Hawks netballers through their first testing pre-season session at The Dell in Clifton Springs last week.
Wilson was joined by Hawks A Grade assistant coach Rebecca Blair, who took their netballers through a series of stair runs, push-ups and sit-up routines.
Drysdale Netball Club president Michelle Davis said the Monday night session on 16 November attracted up to 20 netballers.
“The first training session was about 45 minutes to one hour long, with a couple of minutes of intensity,” Davis said.
Drysdale Netball Club will run a further two sessions at The Dell in Clifton Springs on Monday 30 November and Thursday 3 December at the netball courts in Drysdale.

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