Laura gives back to community

AS Mission Queensland Firebird Laura Geitz continues to rack up points in the Holden Player of the Year competition, she has been able to give back to the local community with the Holden Grassroots Grants.

Members of the Warwick Netball Association were able to meet their favourite Firebird when she presented them with a cheque for $750 along with Warwick Holden Principal Bruce Monidentz.

Linda Bunch from Warwick Netball Association said it was fantastic that the members of the Mission Queensland Firebirds continually thought of their local associations.

“We were fortunate enough to receive a grant in 2010 from Clare McMeniman; that money went towards a new surface for our courts,” she said.

“This money will be put towards a general upgrade of equipment.

“We love our Warwick girls, it’s lovely that they still think about their association and nominate us for these grants.”

The Warwick team was also there to witness the Mission Queensland Firebirds secure their 11th win in a row and secure a home semi-final.

The Mission Queensland Firebirds will play their next game at home on April 25.



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