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Port Fairy moves netball training due to light tower issue at Gardens Oval

Justine McCullagh-Beasy
Updated February 7 2022 - 4:52pm, first published 3:30pm
MOVING FORWARD: Port Fairy coach Renae Taylor says the club is taking a positive approach to hurdles thrown its way, such as having to relocate training. Picture: Chris Doheny
MOVING FORWARD: Port Fairy coach Renae Taylor says the club is taking a positive approach to hurdles thrown its way, such as having to relocate training. Picture: Chris Doheny

PORT Fairy coach Renae Taylor is confident a disruption to training plans won't hinder its preparation for the 2022 Hampden netball league season.

Justine McCullagh-Beasy

Justine McCullagh-Beasy

Sports journalist

Sports journalist with an interest in feature reporting. Email: justine.mc@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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