West Coast Fever’s Jessica Anstiss and Courtney Bruce are calling out for local fans to take part in a unique meet and greet session at the State Netball Centre next month.
Bruce, who was recently one of the Samsung Diamonds’ best players in the recent Quad Series in England and South Africa, and 2017 Most Valuable Player, Anstiss will take part in a number of activities at the inaugural Nissan Drive Event on Sunday, February 18.
20-year-old Anstiss said the day would be a great opportunity to engage with the Club’s passionate and loyal fans ahead of the second season of Suncorp Super Netball.
“It’s always nice to spend time with the Fever Family and get to know more about our supporters,” Anstiss said.
“2017 was my first year with Fever, and to spend time with our fans makes you realise how much passion there is within the West Australian netball community.”
“Our Members and fans are the backbone of our Club, so it’s certainly exciting to be able to take some time out of a busy pre-season schedule and get involved with this event.”
While the two WA Fever stars will spend time with the kids, parents will have the choice of jumping behind the wheel to test drive a range of Nissan vehicles, including the 370z, Patrol and Pathfinder.
There will be four one hour sessions on offer - Each limited to just 25 families, so get in quick and experience “Nissan, Innovation That Excites.”
To find out more about the day or to sign up click here.
Date: Sunday, February 18, 2018
Time: 9am – 1pm (4 x 1 hour sessions)
Location: State Netball Centre, 200 Selby St, Jolimont
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