The Gloucestershire County Netball Association (GCNA) was first set up in 1956, with the aim of setting up a formal structure for netball competition within the county.
We administer netball in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cirencester, Stroud, The Forest and surrounding areas.
Time: 7.00-8.30pm (with open questions until 9.00pm)
This course is for holders of the B or C Umpire Award.
Premier League umpires must attend; umpires in Divisions 1 or 2, or those wanting to progress from C to B award, are strongly recommended to attend.
Booking for this event is online: Book onto this course now
Are you interested in playing netball at a higher level? Old Chelts Netball Club are looking to recruit new players for the 2015/16 season.
As one of Cheltenham’s premier netball clubs, Old Chelts Netball Club offers players the opportunity to progress from High 5s netball, through the U14, U16 and divisional Gloucestershire & South West Leagues.
They have teams in Regional 3 (played on a Sunday), Glos Prem and Divs 3 & 4 (played on Saturdays). Pre-season begins Tuesday 4th August. Trial dates Tuesday 1st & 8th September 6.15 – 8.00pm at Cheltenham College. All Welcome!
For more information email their Head Coach: r...@malcol.org
Hucclecote have just recruited new coach Jamilia Abbotts to coach the National Prem 1 team for this season, and are now looking for some new players to join the squad.
If you've got what it takes and have the aspirations to play at either National Preimer League 1 or Regional Division 1, please contact Sue Wainwright 07760491703, or Gilly Salter 07889 555358
Hucclecote Announce New Coach for the 2015-16 Season
Hucclecote Netball Club is pleased to announce ex Welsh International and Superleague Player Jamilla Abbot as their New Premier Division One Club Coach.
Jamilla brings with her a wealth of playing experience having represented Wales at two Commonwealth Games and two World Championships. Jamilla has played in the Superleague for Celtic Dragons for four years, and Northumbria for one season. Alongside this, she has represented Hucclecote on and off since 2005.
Jamilla gained her UKCC L2 Qualification in 2013 and is currently finishing her UKCC L3. Having worked alongside Melissa Hyndman as the assistant coach for Celtic Dragon for two years, Hucclecote are thrilled to announce this new appointment.
Jamilla said “I am really excited at the prospect of taking on the challenge of Lead Coach for Hucclecote in the Premiership. Hucclecote’s reputation as a performance club is second to none and I am looking forward to the start of the new season”