Netball Centres for Kids - Northern Victoria

Victoria (VIC)

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Netball centres for kids around 30km from Northern Victoria

YMCA Leisure City
YMCA Leisure City is the biggest multi sport facility in the Northern Suburbs. Programs for all ages. The centre provides lessons in swimming, tennis and gymnastics. We also have a 24/7 health club. The centre also runs many different sporting competitions. Indoors Soccer and Futsal Beach Volleyball Netball Indoor Aussie Rules Football Tennis
Plenty Valley Netball Association
Local community Saturday morning netball competition, run at the RMIT BNASC Indoor Stadium. We have a Netball Victoria accredited NetSetGo! program for 5-10s to learn the basic netball skills on Wednesdays 4:30-5:30 and Saturdays 11:30-12:30 for $3 per session. We also have teams participating in the 8-10s, 11&Under, 13&Under, 15&Under and 17&Under fixtured competitions over two season, Autumn and Spring. We are both team and club based competition, which training occurring throughout the week.

2017 Autumn Netball season starts

From 04-02-2017 To 08-07-2017

junior netball competition NetSetGo! program for beginners $3 per session, starts, from 11:30am till 12:30 8-10s, 11&U, 13&U, 15&U, 17&U and 19&U competitions enter a team or apply as a player and ...

Netball activities for kids in Northern Victoria

Netball activities for kids around 30km from Northern Victoria

St Anthony's Glen Huntly Netball Club
St Anthony's Glen Huntly is a Junior Netball Club which focuses on girls and boys playing with their old friends – or making new friends on the netball court. We are a non-grading netball club so teams formed in U11 sometimes stay together throughout the age groups all the way up to U25! Of course, players leave and join the teams along the way so we are always happy to hear from interested players. The teams compete in the Caulfield and District Netball Association. Under 11s play on Friday ...
PV Comets is a representative club for the Plenty Valley Netball Association. We field teams from 11&Under through to OPENs. Our 11s and 13s participate in association tournaments around Melbourne. While our 15s, 17s and OPENs compete at the State Netball Hockey Center in the premier competition run by Parkville. We also field teams in the Northern Netball League (Football-Netball) under the name "Bundoora Comets" with our alliance with the Bundoora Football and Netball Club. We have weekly training ...
Hoppers Crossing Junior Netball Association
We offer Netball Competitions for Under 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 and Opens (U21) on Saturday morning at our brand new courts at Mossfeil Reserve, Hoppers Crossing. We also run an excellent Net Set Go program for 5-10 year olds @ 10.30am Saturdays which is an introduction to the basic skills, including passing, catching, footwork, fitness and fun. In addition, we run a Thursday Twilight competition for senior ladies and mixed teams.
KidzPhyz offers a range of school holiday sports camps and activities for kids of all ages to enjoy. Check out the camp and register online to secure a place. We offer sport camps in Cricket, Australian Rules Football, Netball, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball (Beach and Indoor), Hockey, Basketball; Rugby; Multisportz, Dance, Minikidz; Tri-Sportz and heaps more. At KidzPhyz we strongly believe that the benefits of getting kids physical today will be the key to a future of lifelong wellbeing, health and ...
The Dingley Football Netball Club is a community based not-for-profit sporting body which exists both to provide an avenue for amateur sportspersons to compete in Australian Rules Football or Netball and to offer a venue for members of the community to congregate and socialise in a safe and welcoming environment. As a collective, like our mascot the dingo, we are proud, fierce, loyal and protective of our own. We are a pack, working together to achieve common goals for the benefit of all.
Dingley soccer club

19-02-2014

It's a fact sports clubs need more members!!! So you would assume that the front of house would be well trained and informative to potential members. Receptionist needs to learn some manners. Rude & ignorant. Lethal combination, recipe for failure for your club

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