Among them are our U/14 footballers, who, after being promoted to Division 2, remain undefeated on top of the league ladder. The Colts are sitting on top of the Division 3 table, and our U/16’s are holding down third place.
Our U/19 netballers suffered their first defeat of the season last weekend, but remain on top of the Division One ladder. Under 15 girls are holding down second place, having given up one game to date.
Likewise our senior netballers have started looking to the future. At just 15, Kaitlin Gladman is among the youngest players to receive a call up into the Division one ranks.
Angela Gladman was just 15 when she made her debut in Queenscliff’s Division one netball ranks. Proving the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, daughter Kaitlin received her call up at just 14.
The talented teen looks set to retain a position in the side, after impressing with her on-court versatility.
A member of the Geelong Flyers Open netball team, Kaitlin is known for her goal shooting skills, but more recently has seamlessly moved into centre court positions.
“She does a bit of everything really and she’s doing really well, but she’s so devoted to it,” said proud mum Ange. “She really does her homework and comes to the game prepared for whatever positions she will be playing.”