Netball up and running with COVID-safe plan

Netball is up and running Saturday mornings with a COVID-safe plan.

Netball is up and running Saturday mornings with a COVID-safe plan.

The Saturday junior mixed netball was washed out last week, with the start of the competition pushed back one week.

There is still time to come and have fun trying junior mixed netball.

The first week saw a great roll up of players aged 5 and up, playing in the NetSetGo sessions at 10am, and then the players aged under 15, who will be playing in the Junior Mixed competition played at 11-15am.

Registrations must be done online in MyNetball, and the Active Kids Voucher can be used.

Instructions on how to register, with a link, can be found on the FNA Facebook page, where everyone can keep up to date with all the latest netball news.

NetSetGo will be at 10am, and Junior mixed competition for players under 15 will play at 11-15am.

The canteen will not be operating at this stage, but players are asked to make sure they bring their own water bottle.

Volunteers are needed to make the Saturday mornings a success, and anyone who would like to help can call at the office on Saturday, or communicate through our Facebook page.

Anyone needing help with registrations should come to the office on Saturday.

The FNA has a COVID 19 Safety Plan, for all players and one adult who can accompany the player to the courts, observing social distancing.

Please note the entry and exit points at Stephen Field, and sanitiser is available.

Thank you to everyone for observing the restrictions that are in place so the committee can run junior netball, and all players can enjoy their time at netball in a safe environment.

Friday Netball has been postponed for the time being, but will be up and running in the near future.

Spring Night Competitions

The Spring Night Competitions for both mixed and ladies teams will start with the first grading games on Wednesday August 26.

Team nominations will close on August 19.

The second grading games will be played on September 2, with the competitions starting on September 9.

The year, the committee will be including a 17 and under ladies division, in conjunction with Division 2, for ladies who would like a more social game, and the young teenagers who would prefer not to play the experienced ladies teams in Division 1.

Players must be attending secondary school to play in the night competitions.

Team nomination forms are available on the FNA website, and can be emailed to Secretary Mon email

Ladies can play in both the mixed and ladies competitions on the same night.

Any player looking to join a team, or teams looking for players should email Mon on above email.

The competitions will be played until Finals on December 2.

No games will be played during the school holidays.