Two months ago

Sandringham Girls Program

For a long time Sandringham had a reputation as a poor club for girls, it was almost a rite of passage for high level girls to leave the club by u16 level. This year. is the first time, in my memory, that the club has actually attracted some good quality girls to join the club in the upper age groups. Last night the 12.1 and 14.2 girls both qualified for VC (I think this is the first time the club has had 2nd team make VC), giving the club a VC team in every age group and 2 in u14. This is a massive effort and a very big turn around over a very short period of time. The girls coordinator Simon Giovannoni deserves a lot of credit for the work he has done to improve the girls program so much so quickly.

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Two months ago

Well done

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Two months ago

Good to see something going right at that place...

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Two months ago

Haven't they won a couple of Youth Champ Womens in Big V ? Surely the girls program can't be doing that bad then ?

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