West Coast Fever’s annual Corporate Netball Challenge will see the return of back to back winners Aylmore Attackers, with the squad eager for three-peat bragging rights.
Captain David Aylmore has already upheld his dedication to the team rearranging travel plans to the United States by committing to a 32-hour detour flight to return for the event.
When quizzed if slashing his international getaway in half would be worth it, his answer was simple.
“It’s so valuable for me to do it,” he said
“We would have played no matter what, the day itself leads to great fun from a team perspective.”
“There’s not many things in Perth like this, this is unique and having the elite team (West Coast Fever) involved makes it even better.”
Aylmore said the day is a chance to network with various businesses within WA, while acting as a morale boosting exercise for his organisation.
“Netball is a great non-contact sport that you can enjoy in a team, so people can enjoy it at all skill levels and not worry about getting injured.”
As Aylmore Attackers push for their third trophy the captain did stress the day was more than wins and losses, but an opportunity to build not only a team on the court, but also in the workplace.
More than 20 teams have already signed up for the 2019 challenge, with spaces still available.
West Coast Fever’s Corporate Netball Challenge pits business against business, friends against friends, as the Club searches for the best corporate netball team in Western Australia.
With coaching from a West Coast Fever athlete, premium beverages and food throughout the day and sundowner to cap it all off, this is an event not to miss!
The competition gets underway Friday February 22 at the State Netball Centre and with positions still available now is the time to sign your business up.
Click here to register.