Check out Netball South West new website

We are very pleased to announce that the new Netball South West website has been launched! Check it out!

http://netballsouthwest.co.uk/ 

Take a Walk on the Mild Side

Taster session at GL1 4th October 2016

Gilly Salter Sports in partnership with England Netball will be doing the first taster session at GL1 on the 4th October 2016.  We will then be looking to add some regular slots and other venues in the next few weeks...can't wait ! :)

Brand New – Resources for Teachers from England Netball

Happy New Netball Year! Brand New – Resources for Teachers Alongside the New Netball year it is also the new school year and for all you teachers out there we have a treat in store for you! Most girls will have their first experience of playing netball in school and we want to ensure that experience is brilliant, and instils a lifelong love of the game. We are excited to launch the brand new resources to support your Key Stage 3 delivery. Now available: - Downloadable lesson idea pack. - Videos to see the practices in action. - A brand new workshop to support those delivering Netball in Key Stage 3. *COMPETITION 1 of 3* 1) Tag a teacher in this post 2) Share the post and voila you will be entered into the prize draw to be in with a chance of winning a brand new pair of trainers! click here

League fixture card and Bateman entry forms

The County League fixture card is now available on our County League page.

Click here to download the fixture card

Bateman and Per Ardua entry forms are now also available. Please make sure we receive your entries by Friday 2nd September 2016

Click here to download a Bateman & Per Ardua entry form

New Rules Workshop 2016

Date: 
Wednesday, 10 August 2016
Venue: 
Quattro Design Architects, Matthews Warehouse, High Orchard St, Gloucester Quays

Time: 7.00pm - 9.45pm (arrive from 6.45pm for prompt start at 7.00pm)
Cost: £7.00 (Gloucestershire Netball affiliated members)
or £10.00 (Non-Gloucestershire or non-affiliated)
Booking form: http://goo.gl/forms/nWkou5R3MQA7ikx82

These workshops are designed for umpires, coaches and players to learn about the rules changes, how they affect the application of rules and what the changes mean for players.

In addition, attending a workshop will be compulsory for all umpires in the county who wish to continue umpiring from September 2016. It is recommended that all clubs send a representative.

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