Gallery: Slammers Kids

Kate FieldingSouth Western Times
Xavier, 9, and Teddy Mills, 8, of Bunbury.
Camera IconXavier, 9, and Teddy Mills, 8, of Bunbury.

Printsync South West Slammers women’s imports Charlotte van Kleef and Tori Fisher put some future basketball stars through some skill testing last week.

The basketball duo held a school holiday clinic at Eaton Recreation Centre over two days on Tuesday and Thursday.

About 25 young athletes took advantage of the Dutch and American nationals’ basketball experience and knowledge at the clinic.

Both men and women’s Slammers teams next home game is on May 13 when they take on the Perry Lakes Hawks in round nine of State Basketball League action.

More pictures from the clinic:

Alexis Donovan, 11, of Bunbury and Tasha Gunson, 12, of Millbridge.
Camera IconAlexis Donovan, 11, of Bunbury and Tasha Gunson, 12, of Millbridge.
Pratosh Karingula, 10, of Dalyellup, and Will McDowall, 10, of Bunbury.
Camera IconPratosh Karingula, 10, of Dalyellup, and Will McDowall, 10, of Bunbury.
Zahli Dewar, 10, of Stratham and Alyssa Liddlelow, 12, of Millbridge.
Camera IconZahli Dewar, 10, of Stratham and Alyssa Liddlelow, 12, of Millbridge.
Daytonna Longbottom and Ava Ward, both 11, of Bunbury.
Camera IconDaytonna Longbottom and Ava Ward, both 11, of Bunbury.
Tayla, 12, and Bella Andrew, 10, both of Stratham.
Camera IconTayla, 12, and Bella Andrew, 10, both of Stratham.
Georgia Elson, 10, of College Grove, Keshy Morton, 11, of Stratham and Eva Bycroft, 10, of Bunbury.
Camera IconGeorgia Elson, 10, of College Grove, Keshy Morton, 11, of Stratham and Eva Bycroft, 10, of Bunbury.
Lily Bycroft, 8, of Bunbury, and Xavier McGill, 10, of Eaton.
Camera IconLily Bycroft, 8, of Bunbury, and Xavier McGill, 10, of Eaton.

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