This handbook was created to help step you through your first years of Netball at Manly Warringah Netball Association.
A great tool to download at the beginning of the season.
You can download a copy here
NetSetGo Do's and Dont's.
The rules of NetSetGo have been modified slightly to allow our smallest players the best opportunity to learn and enjoy the sport of netball.
To make it easier for players, umpires, coaches and parents, we have created a small document to explain the rules.
Know Your Playing Position
As part of the NetSetGo program, all players are given the opportunity to experience all playing positions throughout the season.
Download the court map so that you can work out where you can and can't go before the game.
Court Map John Fisher Park Curl Curl
With 48 hard and grass courts, it can be easy to get lost.
Here is a map of the facility to help you find your way around including the canteen, bathrooms and first aid.
Parents Roles and Responsibilities
Here are a few handy hints to get the conversation started on the way home.
While we don't keep score in NetSetGo, the players do know whether they have won or lost and how many goals were scored.
Netball Australia Knee Program
Players are never to young to start a good warm up and cool down program.
The Netball Australia Knee program has been developed to help reduce injuries to players.
There are many exercises to choose from to keep it fresh each week.
Netball is a great team sport, children learn valuable social and communication skills as they work with each other as part of a team.
Volunteering! Building community through giving back.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of community sport and our clubs need you.
Continued growth of our sport means we are always looking for coaches, managers, umpires and administrators to help lighten the load.
If you are interested in joining please get in contact with your club secretary
A full list can be found here
Interacting with children.
Child Safety is embedded in our organisational leadership, governance and culture.
All MWNA volunteers are required to have a "Working With Children Check" (Volunteer)
How to map out a one hour training session
Download how to break up a one hour training session including warm up, cool down and team talk.
Players use a variety of throwing techniques and passes to get the ball to a player on their team. Some are high and slow, others are short and sharp. Practicing these techniques helps improve hand-eye coordination.