Netball community encouraged to dream big

The scene at the ANZ Dream Delievery Programme Launch with players from the ANZ Premiership at Mt Albert Grammar in Auckland. Mandatory Photo Credit ©Michael Bradley.

By Nathan Morton

ANZ is offering the chance for aspiring young netball stars to achieve their goals, thanks to its newly developed Dream Delivery programme.

The goal is to help young netball fanatics realize their sporting dreams, offering high-performance gear, training and tips from some of the best in the sport and inspirational visits from netball heroes, and it’s already gaining momentum.

In March, 150 high-school netballers were surprised with a training session led by seven high profile netball stars of the ANZ premiership.

An 11-year-old sidelined with a netball injury was also rewarded the experience of a lifetime, sharing the court with the Southern Steel and joining the team for the post-match cool down, team debrief and a dinner.

ANZ head of sponsorship, Sue McGregor, said ANZ is committed to helping netball fans achieve their dreams, and give them an extra boost of support.

“We are proud to support netball at all levels, from grassroots right up to the Silver Ferns. We know sometimes all you need is just that little bit of extra help to achieve your dreams, so we are committed to helping as many netball fans as we can.”

East Auckland netball fans are encouraged to apply by visiting www.anz.co.nz/dreambig.