The Manjimup Netball Association has noted their netball program to be “a success” for this year’s iteration. Pre-primary to Year 4 students spent the past 10 weeks enjoying Wednesday afternoon sessions of netball, as a part of Manjimup Netball Association’s NetSetGo program. In all, 57 participants took to the netball courts at the Manjimup Recreation Centre to work on skills and learn the rules to be able to play the game of netball. The NetSetGo program focuses on developing basic and fundamental skills in the sport, that were then introduced through playing matches. Junior co-ordinator Tanya Terrigno said NetSetGo co-ordinator Bobby-Jo Stoiche brought a sense of engagement with the participants. “She has a passion for working with kids and a true ability to engage them that’s keeps it fun and interesting which in turn makes them want to come back each week,” she said. “All the participants were enthusiastic and brought great energy.” The Manjimup Netball Association said they were grateful for the volunteer coaches and parent and student helpers that gave up their time to help run the sessions.