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Sport, and netball in particular, played a central role in Belinda’s life as she was growing up. From a young age, she played netball for Morialta Uniting Church (and later Newton Jaguars) - often coached by her mother Gwenda and father Neil - before going on to play at state level in Australia. She had a life-long appreciation for the personal skills and experiences she gained through the game. While living in Edinburgh, Belinda made a number of trips to Malawi with members of the Watson’s Malawi Partnership (WMP), where she realised the empowering potential of netball in the lives of young women. She was inspired to set up Netball for All - an initiative to support girls and young women through education, by providing them with the skills and confidence gained through sport. The family and WMP hope to continue Belinda's initiative, by raising money to help girls participate in netball. All donations received will go directly towards supporting Netball for All - helping to provide netball kits, equipment and coaching to schools across Malawi.
With many thanks,
David, Maddy, Phoebe and Tristan Weller
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The Other Guys
Jan 26, 2020
Lots of love from The Other Guys x
Jan 4, 2020
Dear Phoebe -Here are the funds donated by David's university year for Belinda's memorial.Much love to you all,Catherine
Dec 19, 2019
Hi Phoebe fond memories of Belinda at the Flinders Tavern and also of spending time at Rottnest Island. Fran D
Sue Boothey & Ruth Daws
Dec 16, 2019
Belinda was a beautiful, wonderful woman.She will be missed.So proud to be able to continue her legacy with a small donation to Netball for All.
Dec 12, 2019
I remember Belinda from my childhood as such a wonderfully warm, kind and funny woman. I’m so sorry for your loss. X
Marianne & Peter Vedsted
Dec 10, 2019
What a wonderful way and project to remember dear Belinda. We will always remember her, and send all your love to you David, Tristan and Phoebe. Marianne & Peter Vedsted and our family.
Dec 9, 2019
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