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Round Three: Netball Feature Article
The Southern Football Netball League has partnered with Eastern Access Community Health and Monash Health to provide easy access to the Covid-19 Vaccine.
Wes Garth, the commercial & events manager at the SFNL was excited to see the initiative kick off.
“The league is proud to work with both EACH and Monash Health to bring their mobile vaccination pop-ups to our Saturday netball competition at the SDNA courts”.
The League has welcomed the mobile vaccination pop ups in the hope that it will make getting vaccinated much easier for attendees.
The Majority of the Netballers that take to the courts on Saturdays are Mothers, fulltime employees or students.
“The program eliminates the need to take time off work, school or university to knock over your vaccination”.
The variety of Covid 19 vaccinations and boosters offered by EACH and Monash Health make the process even easier for Netballers and their supporters to get the jab.
The Springvale Districts Netball Association will also be encouraging their members to take advantage of the pop up.
The SDNA provide a junior netball competition for Netballers aged from 8 to 18 years old, several of the SDNA clubs have pathways to SFNL teams.
The SFNL currently run a senior netball competition and encourages their member clubs to enter junior teams into the SDNA to help grow netball within the long-standing association.
The mobile vaccination clinic will be running for the next three rounds on the 30
of April, 7
of May and the 14
of May for all SFNL and SDNA netballers and attendees.