Firebirds hit the road


Once again, Netball Queensland is proud to bring the Mission Queensland Firebirds Community Development Clinics into our 12 regions.

2015 is already shaping up to be a dynamic year for Netball Queensland our Firebirds players will be spreading their wings and flying all over the state to help young potential Firebirds in developing their skills, as part of the Queensland Government supported Firebirds Community Development Program.

The Firebirds newest recruit, Beryl Friday is looking forward to heading back to her home town of Ingham, with clinics also being held in other regional towns of Munduberra, Port Douglas, Bowen and Gladstone.

“I love getting out to the regions, especially the smaller towns like Ingham and helping promote netball, meeting our fans and hopefully uncover and encourage the development of some future Firebirds,” Friday said.

“The clinics are a great way to encourage young girls to be involved in sport and to become physically active, as this is a positive way to promote women in sport,” she said.

Firebirds Clinics


Wed, 28 January 2015
4pm – 7pm
Beryl Friday and Verity Simmons

Sat, 31 January 2015
12pm – 3pm
Amorette Wild and Laura Clemesha

Sun, 1 February 2015
9am – 12pm
Kim Ravaillion and Gretel Tippett

Sat, 14 February 2015
12pm 3pm
Beryl Friday and Amorette Wild

Sun, 15 February 2015
10am – 1pm
Kim Ravillion and Gretel Tippett

Port Douglas
Sat, 21 February 2015
12pm – 2pm
Laura Clemesha and Beryl Friday

Sun, 22 Feburary 2015
9am – 12pm
Kim Ravillion, Gretel Tippett, Verity Simmons and Caitlyn Nevins


Register to attend a Firebirds Community Development Clinic here.