Renae Sauer played her 200th game last Saturday. Renae started her senior netball career at Robertstown Netball Club, where she was part of the 2001 and 2003 B Grade premiership teams, before moving to Leigh Creek with her family.
Renae returned to Eudunda in 2012 to play with the Eudunda Robertstown Netball Club.
She was part of the B2 premiership sides in 2012 and 2013.
Renae has shown she is a strong player in defence, putting plenty of pressure on the goalies and creating many turnovers. She is a passionate person who puts 100 percent into anything she takes on, whether it is on the court or off it.
Renae is a valuable member of the club who works extremely hard in the background. Whether it is as a coach, committee member, umpire or member of the social club, Renae is always contributing her time to the club.
In 2014 she was recognised for her hard work by being awarded the Club person of the Year award and in 2019 being awarded the Lillia Cluse Memorial Trophy for the traits of determination, inspirational, persistent, hardworking, and selfless.
In 2018 her passion for umpiring was rewarded by achieving her C grade badge. She frequently umpires one or more games each week, as well as umpiring during the finals and country champs.
Renae is a true club person who will put her hand up to help anyone in need. As a coach and captain, she inspires those around her. She was very proud to play with her daughter, Makaya this year for several games. We congratulate Renae on her 200th milestone game, we are very lucky to have someone so dedicated playing for our club.
If you have facebook the Club’s page has a few more photos over past years.