The very exciting Fast Five Netball World Series was played in Melbourne at the weekend, with England coming out winners, and Australia taking third place.
Fast Five Netball will be coming to Forbes Netball Association in February 2018.
The Fast Five competition was discussed at the October monthly meeting, with all present deciding to run the competition at night from mid February and all of March 2018, and finishing by Easter.
A new group of young volunteers must be formed as a committee to run the Fast five competition.
Many younger players have already shown interest in volunteering, but written nominations are now called for, with nominations to close mid November.
All nominations must be emailed to the Secretary Tiff Nicholson email email@example.com
Netball NSW representatives will be coming to Forbes to meet with the new Forbes Fast Five committee, explaining how it all works, and how to run the competition.
Support will be given in all areas of running the new competition.
Anyone interested in volunteering for the Forbes Fast Five committee should ask any of the FNA committee members any time.
This is an exciting new form of netball that Netball NSW is starting to roll out in 2018, and it can only be done in Forbes if there is a separate new committee to do the volunteering.
Open representative team 2018
Applications from players aged 14 years (2018) to open ladies, to play in the West/Central West Regional League at Orange close tomorrow, November 1.
Dates for the competition to be played in the Orange PCYC indoor stadium, are February 25, March 25 and April 15 2018.
Selections for the team will be held on November 13 and November 20 at 6pm.
Application forms are available on the FNA website, or available at the office on Wednesday night. All players must be registered and play Forbes competition.
Representative coaches and assistant coaches 2018
Applications for the 2018 representative coaches and assistant coaches for the following age groups are now open.
17 under team to compete in the NNSW State Championships, 15 years and 12 years teams to compete in the NNSW State Age Championships.
Applications must state their coaching qualifications and coaching experience, and any playing experience, and their WWCC details.
Anyone interested in finding out more about the positions can see Coach Convenor Robyn Kenny. Support will be given to new representative coaches and assistant coaches.
Draw for November 1
7-30pm crt 4 Postie versus Forbes Engineering (Carmen Stephens/Jack Piercy).
7-30pm crt 5 Golfie versus CWD (Tasha Shaw/Janssen Mores).
6-30pm crt 4 Top Shots versus Zenith (Hannah Cudaj/Robyn Kenny).
6-30pm crt 5 McClintocks versus Maguires Contracting (Marg Spackman/Loiuse Spry).
Bye-H & S.
Hooligans and H & S have rostered umpires, instead of canteen duty. Thank you.
- by Robyn Kenny