Netball with Samford

2024 Season

Registration


Registrations for the 2024 Season have been extended but will have to close very soon. 

*** Please click here to register for Netball 2024 ***


Training

Pre-season squad training continues on Tuesdays at our courts.  Session times:

  • 5-6pm: 8-10yrs
  • 6-7pm: 11-13yrs
  • 7-8pm: 14yrs+


Upcoming events

DPNA Grading Day 

Who: Teams in 10yrs (born 2014) - 11yrs (born 2013) AND 14yrs (born 2010) - 15yrs (born 2009) (i.e. Cadets) age groups ONLY.
When: Saturday 9 March 2024 
8am - 12pm for 10-11yrs
1:30-8pm for Cadets (14-15yrs)
Where: DPNA - Cnr Northey St and Green Tce Windsor


Fees

Fees for the 2024 Season are $370.00 per player. 

Please note:

  • Samford Netball Club is registered for the Queensland Government FairPlay vouchers
  • Fee reduction is available through assisting the club and players through coaching, managing, or participating on the committee. Please contact any member of the committee or further information.
  • Payment plans are available, please contact our Treasurer. A $50 deposit is required for each child upon registration.

Full Registration Payment is required by 14 April 2024.


**If you have any issues with registering or making payment, please reach out to us.  We are here to help!**

Samford Little Netta - 2024

The Samford Netball Club's 'Little Netta' program is suited to participants between the ages of 4 and 10. 

Little Netta's follows recommendations from Netball Australia and is designed to introduce and develop the various skills required for playing Netball and sport in general. The program is designed to enhance balance and coordination as well develop a sense of participation and team play. It is also a wonderful opportunity to meet new people and develop new friendships. 

Sessions are typically run on Thursday afternoons from 5-6pm at the Samford Netball Parkland Courts.

Please check back for dates for 2024. 


Why play Netball?

Anyone can play netball, at any pace, anywhere. You definitely don’t realise you’re doing exercise, you just notice one day that you’re not out of breath any more. It’s also a fact that there’s no better way to meet people and make good friends than playing netball.

Everyone knows that playing sport is good for you physically. It gets you outside and away from the internet & screen-based activities –TVs, computers and devices

There are certain immediate health benefits, and very signifcant long-term benefits from playing a team sport like netball can have.

In the long term being physically active can reduce the risk of developing health problems further down the track including osteoporosis, breast cancer and heart disease.

If that isn’t enough, people who play netball also tend to do better academically, are more likely to graduate well from high school and have greater career success.

Being a member of a netball team teaches skills that the people take with them into their wider worlds of school and work. Beyond the obvious team work, people also learn to deal with adversity through loses or injuries, how to problem-solve more effectively, as well as how to push themselves to improve their skills. These skills are eagerly sought in the workplace, with many employers keen to hire people who have participated in team sports.

So don't delay and join a Samford Netball team today – you will be glad you did.


Samford Netball on Facebook

Click here for the Samford Netball Facebook page.

The page is updated frequently with information, pictures and cool netball ideas.