NETBALL: Fenatics Netball Club looking to the future after receiving big National Lottery funding boost

PUBLISHED: 14:11 14 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:11 14 March 2017

The East Cambs-based Fenatics Netball Club has received a funding boost from the National Lottery. PHOTO: Fenatics

The East Cambs-based Fenatics Netball Club has received a funding boost from the National Lottery. PHOTO: Fenatics


An East Cambridgeshire netball club is looking for new members after receiving a funding boost from the National Lottery.

Fenatics Netball Club, which trains at the Little Thetford courts, is to use the funding to pay for a coach, training fees, kit and equipment as well as fitness sessions and nutritional advice.

Club secretary, Charlotte Murfitt said: “Fenatics netball club is all about getting fit and having fun at the same time. Everyone is welcome no matter what age or netball experience and ability.

“There is an opportunity to play matches or just attend training sessions with no pressure to compete.

“We just enjoy playing netball with a nice group of ladies that occasionally like a night out together as well!”

Fenatics train every Thursday from 7.45pm to 8.45pm. For more information, call 07852 333243 or email


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