Four-year-old Hazel Flinn took to her native netball courtroom final Sunday in her pink, sparkly “click clacks”, and took the world by storm.
The attention even scored her membership in a free clinic from the Melbourne vixens and tickets to 2 nationwide netball video games.
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Flinn wore her purpose keeper bib the other way up with polka-dotted leggings and glittery heels to rejoice her birthday and her first recreation of netball.
Her image was shared by her The Rock Yerong Creek Magpies Netball staff in the Riverina area southeast of Wagga Wagga, and shortly caught the attention of netballers and fashionistas alike.
“The envy from her opponent is clear. She’s wishing she had her own pair of pretty pink click clacks to shoot goals in,” the membership said.
The “Magpie munchkin” received a special video message soon after from the Melbourne Vixens.
“We’d love to satisfy you Hazel, and we’d additionally actually love to come back and run a clinic at The Rock to your complete membership in addition to get your staff to a Melbourne Vixens recreation reside in Melbourne,” Vixens participant Kate Moloney stated.
The Vixens additionally despatched new sneakers and uniforms so the staff, however added in their message: “Hazel, feel free to wear whatever you want”.
The NSW Swifts additionally invited Hazel and her staff to be their company at one among their video games.
Hazel’s mom Kathrine Flinn stated the responses have been nothing however optimistic.
“We came to netball not expecting her to play, but I absolutely expected her to wear those shoes,” she stated.
“Every single message has been of love and positivity… to Hazel, her style, and any kid who’s exactly like Hazel,” she stated.
“Smart little one, needed the heels to give height advantage,” one Fb person wrote.
“Very stylish. Love it!,” one other person stated.
Katherine says the attention is placing The Rock on the map and can enable group sport in the realm to proceed to thrive.
“Our little community is going to do so well from it. It recognises how amazing our little community is.”