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Bridget Cassar explains why returning to netball after having a baby is important for mental health

Steve Tervet
Updated September 28 2022 - 3:48pm, first published November 5 2021 - 12:30pm
CLASS IS PERMANENT: Bridget Cassar and several of her Yarrawonga team-mates returned to the court in Ovens and Murray A-grade netball last season after recently giving birth. They only lost one game. Picture: MARK JESSER
CLASS IS PERMANENT: Bridget Cassar and several of her Yarrawonga team-mates returned to the court in Ovens and Murray A-grade netball last season after recently giving birth. They only lost one game. Picture: MARK JESSER

Netball has always been a way of life for Bridget Cassar but the Ovens and Murray star has revealed her appreciation of the sport is even greater since becoming a mother.

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Steve Tervet

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