Milestones for Kangas

INTERCEPT: Kangaroo Flat's Alicia McGlashan.

INTERCEPT: Kangaroo Flat's Alicia McGlashan.

THREE clubmates at Kangaroo Flat Netball Club will mark special milestones in this Saturday's netball action on the court at Beck Legal Oval, Dower Park.

Yasmin Thomas will join the 200 club when the Roos play Sandhurst.

The mid-court star first played for the Flat on April 20, 2002.

Thomas has predominantly played in the A-grade or A-reserve teams.

She played in runner-up teams in 2003, '05 and '08. 

After being away from the club in 2009 and '10, Thomas rejoined the Roos in 2001 and won the club's best and fairest award in A-reserve.

She was back on court for A-grade in 2012 and then took some time off until round nine 2013 as she and fiancée Trav, welcomed Indie to the world.

Thomas is supported off court by proud parents Roy and Jen. 

Another key player in mid-court, Sarah Fern will play her 150th match for Kangaroo Flat this round.

Fern's first match for the Roos was on Anzac Day in 2007.

From 2007 to 2009, Fern played predominantly in A-grade or A-reserve.

A season later she had a more permanent role in A-grade and capped a fine season with a premiership victory.

Since 2011, Fern has regularly played A-grade or A-reserve.

Fern's family are regularly courtside to watch her play.

A club official said her easygoing personality off court is at odds with her on court ‘go get ‘em’ attitude.

Leah Cannon plays her 50th match for Kangaroo Flat this Saturday.

She first played for the club on April 8, 2012 and been a key defender for the B-grade team.

Alicia McGlashan played her 200th match for the Roos in the round 12 match at Golden Square.

She started with the Roos as a Joey way back on April 7, 2001.

She had a couple of years off in between, but her playing career was  initially from 2001 to '05. 

McGlashan took a year off in 2006, but was again back to play in 2007 and did so until 2010.

After another break in 2011, McGlashan was back on court for the Flat in 2012 and has continued to play on.

Her first season in the green and white was capped with a grand final victory in the 19-under competition.

McGlashan played in premiershjip teams in 2003, '04, '09 and 2010. 

She has also played in three runner-up teams.

McGlashan is an integral member of the A-grade team in defence.


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