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.
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With their A teams having already qualified for the south west regional competition, Old Chelts U14 B team won the county tournament at Bentham on Sunday 22 March, beating off strong competition from Challengers who only lost out to the champions on goal average.
Their U16 B team also had a great day coming runners-up to Stroud Hornets in the Under 16 tournament.
Full results are available for download on the Juniors web page
The under 12 and under 13 tournaments were held at Bentham on Sunday 15 March 2015. The under 12 age group champions were Cirencester A who won all the games in their group section, going on to beat their B team in the semi-final. Hucclecote Tigers won the other section, beating Randwick in their semi-final. The final saw Cirencester A beat Hucclecote Tigers 7-4.
The under 13 tournament was played in a round-robin format with 8 teams competing. Cirencester A won all their games, with Hucclecote A finishing runners-up.
Full results are available for download on the Juniors web page.
Both the Hucclecote teams, Hurricanes and Lightning won their semi-finals in the Bateman handicap knockout tournament on Saturday 7th March at Bentham, and now face each other in the final on Saturday 18th April at 1.30pm, also at Bentham.
The Per Ardua final will be played between Upton Grads and Old Chelts Jets on the same day at 12.00pm
Full results are on the Bateman & Per Ardua web page
Fifteen teams from around the county entered the May Dent tournament for under 15 teams held at Cheltenham Ladies College, Well Place courts on Saturday 7th March. The group sections saw Pate's, Chosen Hill, Chelt College and Farmors qualify for the semi-finals. Chosen Hill, winners in the the previous two years met Pate's in the final, but were unable to maintain their winning streak, with Pates going into an early lead which they never relinquished, closing out the game 8 goals to 4.
Thanks go to all the umpires and volunteers and to Cheltenham Ladies College for hosting the event.
For full results go to the May Dent web page
Time: 10.00am – 2.00pm
The workshop is part of the Gloucestershire Talented Young Umpire Programme (TYUP). It is open to both girls and boys from the age of 12–16 years. Its purpose is to identify potential umpiring talent in Gloucestershire and ensure that these talents are directed along the Officiating pathway.
Similar workshops in the past have proved very popular, so we advise you to book as soon as possible to ensure a place.
Application form below - the closing date for applications is Friday 20th March.