St Anthony's Glenhuntly Netball Club Inc
The Social Netball Club
The Social Netball Club
St Anthony’s is a non-denominational netball club that focuses on girls and boys playing with their old friends or making new friends on the netball court.Our players are not graded and put into different teams from year to year. Our teams are formed in U11 and they stay together as they progress through the different age groups.
Of course, people leave and join the teams but we find that a core group of girls stay within the team all the way up to U25!
Our Teams compete in the Caulfield and District Netball Association. Under 11’s compete on Friday evenings and Under 13’s, 15’s, 17’s & 25’s compete Saturday mornings.All games are held at the Duncan McKinnon Netball Courts (Cnr. Murrumbeena & North Roads, Murrumbeena).Our primary aim is that the girls and boys really enjoy their netball and have consistency within a social group. We encourage our players to develop their netball skills and all teams up to U17 have regular training with appointed coaches.
We are not officially affiliated with St Anthony’s School Glenhuntly, although we do have a close relationship with the school. Our players come from all areas of Carnegie, Murrumbeena, Ormond, McKinnon, East Malvern and Elsternwick
.So if you are looking for a netball club where the focus is on fun, fitness and friendship please contact us:
We regularly run NetSetGo Programmes for young boys and girls wanting to gain the skills to start playing netball.
We're always happy to have new players, just head to the 'Join' tab to register interest in any current or future vacancies.
If you can't find the answer you are looking for on our website, head to Contact Us and we will endeavour to get back in touch as soon as possible..
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Following the changes announced by CDNA for the inclusion of boys over the age of 13 years in U15 Mixed Teams and Open Age Group competitions, we are taking expressions of interest in taking part in these sections. We are taking Expressions of Interest only at this stage so that we can establish whether we have enough interest to register a mixed team in any of the sections U15 and above (up to 3 boys can play in a mixed team). We are also happy to hear from any senior or veteran players who would be interested in playing in the new Open competition.Read More
Some of our lovely teams over the years, some current, some have grown up and moved on. We've loved having them all...
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