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: 10.00am – 4.00pm (working lunch)
Cost: £30.00 plus £20.00 deposit (2 separate cheques with application, payable to "GCNA")
This course is for holders of the Beginner Umpire Award wanting to progress to C Award level
Time: 10.00am – 1.00pm
Do you want more information on the new 2016 rules? Or possibly more detail on exactly what is changing and how it affects you?
The New Rules Roadshow is open to everyone involved in netball from Coaches, players, umpires to volunteers. The focus of these roadshows is on the rule changes with leading experts from the world of netball guiding you through each change and clarifying how they will impact your netball experience.
Gloucestershire Netball proudly supported the Hamper Scamper appeal for the second time in December 2015. Thank you for all your help and your donations of food this year!
The club who collected the most in value (divided by number of players in the club) this year, winning a match ball and two training balls is Tigers Netball Club.
In total, we collected enough food for 10 hampers! Thank you to all those clubs who supported us, including: Survivors, Nomads, Tigers, Gloucester Ladies, United, Hucclecote and one hamper from the Gloucestershire Netball committee!
The County Community Project (CCP) is a charity which helps disadvantaged children, young people, families and vulnerable adults throughout Gloucestershire. Hamper Scamper is CCP’s Christmas-giving scheme, providing gifts and food hampers for those disadvantaged groups. This year over 900 food hampers went out with over a thousand gifts too.
The two day event will draw together key leaders and practitioners from the sports sector and higher education to engage and debate the status of female coaching in the UK and also address the power of transformational leadership behaviours in delivering a quality experience to all participants in the sports coaching context.
- Tuesday April 5th - Baroness Sue Campbell
- Wednesday April 6th - Professor Jean Côté
Each day will involve two keynote sessions followed by the opportunity to network, discuss and debate the pertinent issues surrounding the key topics.
Early Bird Fee (available until January 30th):
- Day 1 - £70
- Day 2 - £70
- Day 1&2 - £135
Final details will be confirmed in February. Any queries please contact Alison Croad (email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please register at www.glos.ac.uk/thinktank
Hucclecote's U16 Panthers team attended the prestigious Gloucestershire Sports Awards last Thursday. They were nominated as finalists in the Junior Team of the Year category.
The awards were presented by the BBC's John Inverdale (pictured) at the Hatherly Manor Hotel. The other nominees in the category were Gloucester Hartpury Junior Women’s Quadruple Scull, Abbeymead Rover Under 12 Reds and Bournside School Year 10 (Under 15 Sports Team).
The team were well represented on the night on a table of nine. Hucclecote coach Gilly Salter said, "The girls thoroughly enjoyed the experience and were in awe of some of the winners. We didn't win, but being finalists made it very special and we were honoured to be part of such a worthy event. I would like to pass on our thanks to Gloucestershire Netball for their support towards two tickets for the evening."
The winners in the category Gloucester Hartpury Junior Women’s Quadruple Scull.