stormGippsland Storm Coach Holly Monaghan relaxing with her Storm 13 and under squad after their game last Thursday evening.

GIPPSLAND Storm Elite Netball Club junior players Zali Rogers from Fish Creek and Bethany Scott from Inverloch are both enjoying their season playing for Storm at Waverley Netball Centre each week.
Many of their games are played against association representative squads from the eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
Zali Rogers also plays netball for Fish Creek Football Netball Club and attends South Gippsland Secondary collage.
Bethany Scott plays her local netball at the Inverloch Kongwak Football Netball Club and attends Newhaven Collage.
Both Zali and Beth and all the junior players at Gippsland Storm are excited about the upcoming State League VNL home game next Saturday, March 21 where Monash University Storm, verses Melbourne University Lighting at the YMCA Cardinia Life Stadium in Pakenham.
Holly Monaghan Storm coach for this 13 and under two squad, is very pleased with their development during the course of the season.
Seeing the gradual improvement each week against some tough opposition from the regional rep squads.
Holly who lives in Mardan, plays her local netball at the Stony Creek Netball Club, apart from coaching she still plays for Gippsland Storm in the Premier League Division one each Tuesday evening at the Waverley Netball Centre.
Holly said all the Gippsland Storm juniors are looking forward this VNL game next Saturday evening.
This Saturday night’s clash against Melbourne University Lighting is make or break for both the 19 and under and Championship squads for Monash Storm.
The 19 and under squad need to consolidate their position in the four and Championship, need a good win against Melbourne Lighting at the half way mark of the season round nine, to look at securing a position in the final four.
See Gippsland Storm website for details about this exciting evening