Founded in 1978, Quinns Districts Netball Club started their journey as a junior primary school competition at the Quinns Rocks Primary school. Being one of the only primary schools in this area, the school had a few junior teams ranging from year 3-7.
As the northern corridor expanded and new schools were built, the netball club changed their name to Quinns Districts Netball Club. This allowed new players to join and for the original junior players who were now in high school, to continue playing netball together.
QDNC played the first 19 years of netball at Wanneroo Districts Association at Kingsway. In 1997 the club moved to Joondalup when the Joondalup Netball Association was founded.
As one of the larger clubs at Joondalup Netball Association, we offer netball from NetSetGo (age 5 years) through to Opens. QDNC can provide your son or daughter with an opportunity to play netball, develop life long skills and become part of a netball family.
Our Club will be built upon a culture of inclusion and community spirit. With a strong emphasis to the commitment and development of our players and members.
Our reputation as the Club of choice in the Northern suburbs will be based upon our active participation in the spirit of netball and an understanding and belief that each and every individual has a valuable contribution to make to a team.
Our Club will be seen as a professional, inclusive and positive Club to be involved with.
To work alongside junior netballers and their families to foster a positive, supportive and inclusive Club.
Every member involved with our Club will feel included and valued.
Each member, whether a player, parent or volunteer will be encouraged to develop their potential with the emphasis placed on fun, skills and development.
We will achieve this by following our Club Vision and Club values.
Teamwork involves all Committee members and volunteers working together as a team to achieve a common goal or purpose. The best solutions come from working together with our members: players, parents, families, officials and volunteers. Effective teamwork requires building sound working relationships, having open communication, respect for others and providing support.
We aim to approach everything we do professionally. Professionalism is characterised by individuals working with proficiency and with specialised knowledge in their field. Carrying out quality work with a high standard of professional ethics and morals at all times.
We will provide an opportunity for all players to participate in netball, with the emphasis on fun and enjoyment. We aim to develop our players, with importance on learning, teamwork and building genuine enjoyment for the sport of netball.