The Forbes Netball Association is preparing for the 2020 representative season by calling for applications from players (opens), coaches and umpires.
Representative players (opens) 2020: Applications for the FNA open representative team are now open.
The team will play in the 2020 West/Central West Regional League competition in Orange on March 1 and 15, with the finals to be played on March 29.
Representative player nomination forms can be downloaded from the FNA website, and must be emailed to Melissa Secretary email firstname.lastname@example.org by November 20.
Representative coaches and assistant coaches 2020: Applications for FNA representative coaches and assistant coaches are now open in the following age groups; Open team to compete in NNSW West/Central West Regional League; 17U and 15 years to compete in NNSW Senior State Titles (June long weekend), 14, 13 and 12 years teams to compete in NNSW Junior State Titles (1st weekend in July school holidays), and 11 years team to play in regional carnivals.
Coaching is lots of fun and very rewarding.
Applicants should state any coaching qualifications and accreditation, and if any playing and coaching experience, if no accreditation, and WWCC number.
All applications will be considered and should be emailed to Secretary Melissa email email@example.com by November 20.
Representative umpires 2020: Applications for FNA representative umpires are now open.
Umpires will represent the FNA at the following competitions and championships; NNSW West/Central West Regional League, NNSW Senior State Titles and NNSW Junior State Titles.
Umpires must hold a National umpires badge, or working toward a National Badge.
All umpires are encouraged to apply, and must state their National badge, or working toward their National badge, and their WWCC number.
Applicants must email Secretary Melissa email firstname.lastname@example.org by November 20.
All umpires are encouraged to apply.
Umpire progress: Congratulations to Kally Molloy who last week gained her FNA bronze umpire certificate, after joining the FNA Umpire Development program earlier in the night competitions.
Kally has been umpiring every week under the direction of Umpires Convenor Mark Spackman, and has shown huge improvements in all areas of her umpiring.
Spring Night competitions: Last week, NSG to Postie did not supply an umpire for their allocated duty and must pay the $50-00 fine before they can play this week.
The teams gives their opposition a five goal start in their next game, and will lose 2 competition points.
All teams must look very carefully through the draw for the occasional umpire duty.
Draw for Wednesday, November 6
6pm crt 9 Not Fast Just Furious versus Chunky Pies (Kally Molloy/Ruff Nek Ring Ins)
6pm crt 10 Postie Hotel versus Trundle Hotel (Marg Spackman/Jack Piercy)
7pm crt 9 Hughes & Co versus Ruff Nek Ring Ins (Carolyn Duncan/Gundamain Guns)
6pm office duty-Swampies
7pm crt 10 Couples Retreat versus FPS Teachers (Jack Piercy/Hannah Staines)
7pm crt 11 Swampies versus Van Hotel (Marg Spackman/Ally Walsh)
8pm crt 9 Gundamain Guns versus Straya Mate (Marg Spackman/Swampies)
8pm crt 10 NSG to Postie versus Aggies (Carmen Stephens/Couples Retreat)