North Albury netball will host its trials at 16 and under level, starting Sunday

North Albury netball is after Generation Next.

TRIAL TIME: North Albury will host its annual 16 and under trials for next year.  Mackensey House, 15, Karlie Travassaros, 15, and Emma Puiatti ,15, are looking to push their claims. Picture: MARK JESSER

TRIAL TIME: North Albury will host its annual 16 and under trials for next year. Mackensey House, 15, Karlie Travassaros, 15, and Emma Puiatti ,15, are looking to push their claims. Picture: MARK JESSER

The Hoppers will host their annual try-outs for next year’s 16 and under competition.

“We have a few girls from last season who are still eligible, so we are calling on any girls who might be interested to come along,” North A grade coach Paula Cary said.

The Hoppers carry a well-deserved reputation as one of the league’s most progressive netball outfits.

“We pride ourselves on looking to progress juniors,” coach Fiona Boyer said.

The Hoppers fell in last season’s preliminary final at 16 and under level, to eventual premier, Wangaratta.

It was another strong season for the club, playing finals in all four grades.

The sessions start this Sunday at North’s Bunton Park, from 4pm, with the remaining try-outs on the following Tuesday and Thursday, from 6pm.

Up to 30 players have attended in recent years.

Pre-season training starts early next year.

Interested players can contact Boyer on 0417402076.

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