Closer to reaching her goals
A GAYNDAH girl is one step closer to achieving her dream of becoming a professional netball player.
After years of dedication, Chloe Spry, 13, has been selected to join the Wide Bay Netball Academy, a group that brings together the region’s most promising netball players.
The academy was launched in Bundaberg last Sunday and members will participate in netball camps with guest coaches to develop skills, strength and conditioning. Spry attended the first camp and will attend four more before a cluster weekend in Brisbane.
“It’s one step closer to my dream of one day playing for the Thundercats or for Queensland,” Spry said.
“The academy is hard work and I’m working hard on my fitness.”
Spry said she loved being a part of the academy and enjoyed meeting so many girls from all over the region.
Gayndah netball coach Chris Duncan said the academy launch was a chance to introduce all the girls who had been selected in the squad.
GOING PLACES: Gayndah athlete Chloe Spry has been invited to join the Wide Bay Netball Academy.