LAVINGTON goal shooter Sarah Senini would hate to see netball go down the same path as football and players receive match payments.
"I'm completely against it, and it's already wrecked football," Senini said.
"I don't think netballers should be playing for money and should play for the love of it.
"I think that creates more loyalty - I would never dream of going to another club for money.
"I know some people have got a different opinion - and that's fine."
Senini was talking at the launch of the Ovens and Murray football Team of the Century alongside the football and netball team of the past 25 years at the SS&A Club on Wednesday.
Senini notched her 300th match for Lavington last year and said the biggest change in her time with the Panthers was the pace of the game.
"When I first started you had the likes of Jacqui Klemke, Fiona Kilmartin and Emma Dallinger and I thought they were amazing," she said.
"But the pace of the game has gotten a lot faster now."
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