Chelsea Gulls basketball and the whole of the Big V basketball community applaud Big V player Bridget Keet in reaching an amazing milestone of 200 Big V games when she suits up against Keilor next week at the NEST.
Bridget came to Chelsea after starting at Mornington and had an enormous impact straight away and helped our Women win the 2010 title in D2 and again was a major part of the Gulls successful campaign in 2015 with another title gaining the Lady Gulls a shot at Division 1.
“Bridget is such a major part and has always been a big asset of our women’s program, she had a terrible knee injury a few years ago and I was always amazed on how hard she worked to get back into playing and that alone showed what a tough character she has, and it was an inspiration to others to know how hard you must work to get on the pine.
She is one of those players who is always there, even if she cant train she is there supporting and has been a true leader of this program for many years. In her time at Chelsea she has had a few coaches and not one of them has ever complained about Bridget or had a bad word and as stadium manager I could not be happier or prouder of Bridget, who is one of the nicest people you could meet and a great ambassador of this club”- stadium manager Peter Caspersz
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