More sporting milestones were celebrated over the weekend, with Alisha Bryan marking an incredible 300 matches for North Gambier Netball Club.
A triple premiership player, league medallist, club best and fairest and Anzac Day medallist, Bryan took to the court as GS in North Gambier’s A Reserves.
In a post celebrating her milestone, Bryan said: “300 North Gambier senior games has brought lots of memories, friendships as well as being able to play alongside, and be coached by some truly amazing people.” Meanwhile, former A grade Best Under 21 winner Zac Walker ran out his 150th match for Tantanoola Football Club on Saturday.
The club described Walker as, “a tough, skilful player who is exciting to watch when he gets going [who] has numerous awards to his name.” While at the Port MacDonnell Netball Club, Lisa McGregor has finally played her 200th game for the club.
According to the netball club, McGregor played 150 games in the first eight years of her netball career and has taken “the next 16 years to get the last 50 for the club”.
This year sees McGregor play in the club’s A grade team.
On top of this, she is secretary of the Port MacDonnell Football Club.