This week the club will have its first Indigenous game to honour the link that we have with local and Tiwi Indigenous players.
The club has had jumpers specially designed for both the reserves and seniors with the opening ceremony at 2pm.
We will also celebrate the reserves 1999 premiership reunion and hopefully will see quite a few players return to reminisce about the day.
On Saturday, Amy Hurley celebrates her 200th senior game with the club.
Amy started playing in 1998 and has been involved every year except for one when the family moved away for 12 months.
She has been a very fit mid-court player over the years and this fitness has been her main asset and in her more recent years, she has shown her maturity on the court to help the younger players.
Amy has also been an active member of the committee and has held secretary, treasurer, netball delegate and general committee roles.
She has assisted the club coaching the under 15s 2003-2005, under 15s 2014-2019, being a club umpire and recently becoming a badged umpire for the club.
Her most treasured part of her time at Great Western was to play alongside her daughter Macey in Macey's first senior game.
Amy's contribution to the club has been outstanding and I feel very honoured to be able to present her life membership. Congratulations and best wishes for your 200th game.
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