EnerMech EPS is proud to sponsor the Pinecones Netball Club. With significant operations in regional Queensland, it is great to be able give something back at a grass roots level.
The Pinecones caters for a range of ages from 8years old to ladies Grade with a strong focus on developing players through coaching and mentoring. This commitment to training and development has paid handsome dividends, with the club fielding 8 competitive teams in the finals series, yielding 4 grand finals winners. They have also produced a number of representative players. The Pinecones have a strong umpiring program, allowing players of all ages to give something back to their chosen sport.
If you’re from the Moreton Bay region in Queensland and you’re looking to get involved with a great family-orientated netball club you can check out Pinecones here -http://www.pineconesnetball.com.
On the Subject of Netball - Go Denice!
We’d also like to wish good luck to our Payroll Officer, Denice Parslow, who will be competing at the Pan Pacific Games with her netball team, “Vintage” from Victoria.
EnerMech EPS Payroll Officer Denice (far right) with “Vintage” team mates raring to go.
About the Pan Pacific Masters
The Jupiters Pan Pacific Masters Games is a biennial sporting event held in the Gold Coast, Queensland. It is a highlight on the calendar of amateur athletes everywhere with 12,200 participants attending from over 40 countries around the world in 2012.
The Games comprises over 40 sports in this year’s schedule, including everything from archery to diving, to netball and water polo amongst others. You can check out the full range of sports here.
The Games are epitomised by the tremendous spirit, comradery and fun, all while supporting and raising awareness for charity, this year the Cancer Council Queensland. Cancer Council will be handing out sunscreen for all participants and holding a special theme night event at the Athletes Village.
For many, the Athletes Village will be a highlight of their stay. Located at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre, it will feature live entertainment each night and is fully catered, making it a great place to meet up with team mates and competitors and trade stories from the day’s play.
If you’d like to get along to support the participants, volunteer or help raise awareness for charity, you can check out - http://mastersgames.com.au/ppmg/.