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Australian Netballer Returns To The Game After ME/CFS

Tuesday 24 January 2017

 

From Australian newspaper The Border Mail:

 

Kate Yensch
WELCOME BACK: Lavington netballer Kate Yensch
will return this season. Yensch hasn't played since
mid-2015 due to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
(Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE)
 

Lavington lands Kate Yensch in O&M netball

By Andrew Moir
23 January 2017
Copyright © 2017. Fairfax Media.

Lavington has landed the recruit of the off-season with star defender Kate Yensch returning from Chronic fatigue syndrome.

The 24-year-old hasn’t played since mid-2015 due to the condition.

“I played a little bit of social netball on a Monday night last year with friends, and that ignited the fire a little bit again,” she said.

“And it’s been so nice to get up to the trials, just so good to be around the girls.

“I’ve missed that social side of it as well as the competitve side.”

One of the O&M’s best players, Yensch was floored by the disorder.

“I was totally exhausted when I first knew that something was wrong,” she said.

 

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