Best friends, teammates and now travel buddies, local girls Zianna Chesterfield and Ashlee McConnell are preparing to jet off to Barbados and the United States, to play netball with Wanderers Australia.
Wanderers Australia provides people who are passionate about sport and travel the opportunity to do both at the same time and be part of an international tour, otherwise known as a sporting passport to the world. The girls are attending the Junior Netball Tour to Barbados and the USA; they’ll be abroad for 18 days after they leave on November 29.
Both girls have been playing netball for roughly five years, and have absolutely loved it.
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