Warrnambool goal attack Amy Wormald is calling on her co-captain Sarah Cowling to post a trick shot video on the club's Facebook page.
Wormald, a Hampden league gun, said she and Cowling were challenged to a trick shot and she wanted to see Cowling's effort.
"She's got to step up soon," she said with a laugh.
Wormald posted her video to Warrnambool's Facebook page last week.
The trick shot challenge, sweeping the globe during the coronavirus pandemic, is building momentum in the south-west.
It requires a person to film themselves shooting a difficult goal into an object such as a bucket.
They then post it on social media and often nominate someone else to do it.
Warrnambool and District league clubs including Kolora-Noorat and Panmure have got among the fun.
Meanwhile, Supergrasse Tennis Complex coach Joe Hakimi undertook the 'Bin challenge' this week.
He consistently bounced a tennis ball on his racquet while taking out his bin.
Wormald was quick to act on the challenge set by Warrnambool's netball coordinator Jason Thwaites who wanted to help the club's netballers get more interactive during the pandemic.
He asked the club's open grade co-captains to lead the way and post a trick shot video.
Wormald said Cowling had already been posting TikTok (social media) videos to the team's Facebook group.
Wormald, also a talented basketballer, attempted to shoot a basketball into a recycling bin (on ground level) from her third-floor apartment.
She set up the bin in the yard next door which belongs to the hotel her parents run.
And she got them involved too, with dad John collecting basketballs and throwing them back over the fence and mum Lynne cheering her on.
The fun didn't stop there.
"All the neighbours were on their balcony watching," Wormald said.
"I got a bit of a cheer from them."
She had about a dozen goes at it, running up and down the stairs to collect the missed attempts.
There was a big celebration when she got it in.
"We were carrying on a bit," she said.
Wormald believes the trick shot challenge is a great way to keep up club camaraderie.
The star goal shooter said it was hard not being able to gather physically as a team.
She normally enjoys joking around with teammates and thinks the trick shot challenge is a light-hearted activity that appeals to everyone.
Wormald had a busy year planned as she also intended to play basketball for the Warrnambool Mermaids in the Big V.
It's the social interaction she's missing the most.
"You don't realise how much you rely on the relationships you've built with your teammates," she said.
The Blues netballers are also set to undertake a home fitness program as well as activities to look after their mental health.
Teams will complete different challenges, such as trick shots or cooking, with the chance to earn points.
Wormald said the club's footballers were running a similar program.
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