Junior players at the Moruya Tuross Netball Club will be ready for training and match days in 2022 with healthy afternoon tea provided each session after being awarded a grant.
The club received $2000 as part of a Woolworths' Pick Fresh Play Fresh grants program to help young netball players get more healthy, fresh nutrition.
Club secretary and registrar Brooke Wood said each team's coach will receive a $200 Woolies gift voucher to provide the healthy snacks for the kids.
"Most kids come to training straight after school and they're hungry before training, so they might have picked up a packet of chips or a slushie on the way for a quick sugar hit," she said.
"With this grant we wanted to make sure our kids were getting something a bit more nutritious so they're ready to play.
"It will also help each team have time to bond off the court with afternoon tea, because eating together always builds camaraderie!"
Ms Wood, who also volunteers as a coach for the club, thanked all the coaches who will organise the snacks.
"It will be a little bit of extra work for volunteer coaches but we do it for the love of the sport and the kids," she said.
The Moruya Tuross Netball Club has around 80 players from Tuross to Broulee, aged 6 to 66.
The 2022 season will kick off in April and finish in September.