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Samford Little Netta Term 2 - 2022

The Samford Netball Club will be running the Little Netta Netball Program commencing on the 28th April on a Thursday Afternoons from 5-6pm at the Samford Netball Parkland Courts.

The program will follow the 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 their balance, coordination and hand eye skills as well develop the sense of participation and team play.

The program will introduce the participants to a variety of Netball drills and games.

Registration is open for any participants between 4 and 7 years of age.

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** Netball in 2022 **

Registration is still open to play in a Samford Netball team in the Downey Park Saturday Competition

You can now register via this link below, let us know if you have any issues

Fees for competitive are $330, non competitive (7-10yrs) are $310 (apply code UNDER10 for non competitive)

Contact us for other codes for coach/manager

If you are interested in helping the Club next year by coaching/ managing a team or joining the committee or helping in some other capacity please let us know !

Dates and Sessions

Training Tuesday night
5-6pm 7yrs-10yrs
6-7pm 11,12,13 yrs
7-8pm Cadets and Older


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.

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