On Wednesday 7th August Womensport and Recreation NSW held a regional ‘Girls Get Active Event’ in Coffs Harbour. School girls from in and around Coffs Harbour participated in a range of sporting activities outside their regular PE Classes.
Up to 350 School girls participated on the day and got the opportunity to hear from champion female athletes from eight different sports. They also got the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the champion female role models while taking part in the sporting activity stations.
- Danielle Brogan (Matildas- Football)
- Shelley Watts (Boxing)
- Courtney Gum (AFL)
- Annie Le Fleur and Aimee Durbridge (Basketball)
- Claire Dennerley (Handball)
- Kara Sutherland (NSW Breakers- Cricket)
- Eryn Shipp, Elodie and Claire (Baseball)
- Elizabeth Borger (Volleyball)
Photos from the Day
Girls Get Active Day: Coffs Harbour, view all the photos on Flickr.
Womensport NSW aims to encourage and develop a healthy, active lifestyle by giving school girls in metropolitan and regional NSW the opportunity to take part in ‘Girls Get Active’ Events. An integral part of these days provides the girls with the unique opportunity to meet inspiring female athletes- role models they would not normally encounter regularly.