Spring has almost sprung and there has never been a better time to get involved in netball.
Spring into Netball for 2019 is working with 25 Clubs and Associations, ranging from Jarrahdale to Karratha to make netball accessible for anyone interested in embracing a competition, from social to junior programs.
More than 7000 people registered in the first year of initiative last year, with about 250 people who trialled playing in spring converting to the winter competition in 2019.
Whether you are looking to try netball for the first time, get serious and unleash your competitive spirit, or just for a bit of fun with your friends and family, Netball WA is encouraging West Australians to get involved this spring.
The campaign makes it as easy as possible for an interested player to find their closest venue and a format of the game that works for their age and skill level.
Spring netball runs from September to November, with 18 Associations offering a range of netball programs.
Along with a wide choice of competitions, parents with children between the age of 5-10 will have the ability to find their closest Suncorp NetSetGO centre, while social netballers can pinpoint their nearest Fast5 competition.
Netball WA General Manager of Community Netball Liz Booth said spring was a wonderful opportunity for social competitions to flourish.
“Netball is a sport that can be played at any time of the year and it’s also perfect for any age or skill level,” Booth said.
“Spring into Netball is about opening the doors for anyone who wants to play by showcasing the numerous venues that host netball competitions and programs.
“I’d encourage anyone to give netball a go, it doesn’t matter if you are a regular player or someone who has never played before, netball has a place for you.”
Click here to get involved with your Association today.