St Anthony’s Glenhuntly 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, players leave and others join the teams but in our experience we find that a core group of girls often 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
Girl and boys are welcome to join our club and since we don't grade our teams, friends in appropriate age groups can play together for
many years. Each Team Manager has control over the composition of their team so many if there's room on a team, new members are always
welcome. If you have a group that want to join as a team, that's fine too...
Currently comprises 14 teams playing across all age groups from U11s to U25s. .
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The St Anthony's Glen Huntly Netball Club acknowledges the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners and Custodians
of the land on which the club resides.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge and uphold their continuing relationship to this land.