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Good Sports

We love sport at all levels. We love local community clubs getting together to have a game, old timers who bleed for their team, up-and-comers putting in the hard yards and professional athletes at the top of their game.

We’re passionate about having more people enjoy our great Australian sporting culture. To do that we need to create a safe, inclusive environment where everyone can get involved and do their bit.

THE BENEFITS OF BEING A GOOD SPORTS CLUB

Good Sports clubs are a valuable asset to their community. We work with our accredited clubs to ensure long-term success. Our program gives Good Sports clubs a winning platform for:

  • Recruiting new members

  • Making your club more visible

  • Increased revenue streams

  • A more sustainable business model

  • Healthier and more engaged members

  • Greater respect in the community

Joondalup Netball Association

Office address:
Lotteries House,

Suite 11, 70 Davidson Terrace

JOONDALUP  WA  6027

 

Ph:  (08) 9301 4495

Fax: (08) 9301 4489

Email:  joondalupnetball@bigpond.com

 

 

Office Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 9.30am - 2.30pm

Match Office (Match Days Only):
0478 840 636 (match days only)

Postal address:

Lotteries House,

Suite 11, 70 Davidson Terrace
JOONDALUP WA 6027

Venue:

Arena Joondalup

Kenneyda Drive

JOONDALUP  WA  6027

 

 

Joondalup Sports Club (ACSRA Clubrooms - Arena near netball courts):

 

ACSRA Facilities Manager - Deb - 9300 3710 - acsra_facilitymanager.iinet.net.au

Opening hours:

4.45pm - 9pm Monday - Friday

9am - late - Saturday

joondalupnetball@bigpond.com

WA Netball

Netball WA is the umbrella organisation for the sport across the state and currently has 11 affiliated Regions and 73 affiliated Associations.

Our aim is to provide a competitive environment where members can reach their potential. We do this by providing the best possible developmental pathways for netballers in Western Australia. Athletes have the opportunity to play at both national and international levels through our affiliation with Netball Australia.

Netball WA is based in Subiaco consisting of a team of dedicated staff who work tirelessly to ensure a high standard of delivery across all programs.

West Coast Netball Region

The West Coast Netball Region is made up of over 6000 members from Joondalup Netball Associations and Wanneroo Districts Netball Association.  The Region provides the platform for athletes, umpires, coaches and other officials to move along the netball development pathway, and acts as the link between Netball WA and our two Associations.

 

The Region is also the home of the West Coast Warriors, who participate in the Smarter Than Smoking State Netball League competition run by Netball WA.  The Region fields three teams in this competition, which runs from February to July.

 

The West Coast Netball Region is run by a dedicated group of volunteers, with representatives from both Associations.  Our role is to oversee the development of all athletes, umpires, coaches and other officials through the various development opportunities offered by Netball WA.  New committee members are always welcome.

 

The West Coast Netball Region is always on the lookout for sponsorship opportunities as our funding is limited.  If you are interested in supporting the Region and the further development of our athletes, umpires, coaches and officials we would love to hear from you.

West Coast Fever

In a major announcement for netball it was revealed that 2008 would see the introduction of a trans Tasman competition involving five teams from Australia and five from New Zealand, which would replace the two countries domestic competitions. Thanks to the support of the state government, through the Department of Sport and Recreation, Netball WA submitted a successful bid for a license and on 10 May 2007 it was announced that Western Australia be part of the new competition, later named the ANZ Championship.

Extensive market research was also undertaken and after consulting a large number of stakeholders it was decided that the best way forward for Netball WA would be to retire the Perth Orioles name and develop a new brand for elite netball in WA. On 8 November 2007 Netball WA CEO Lisa Bradock revealed to the media Western Australia’s newest elite team, West Coast Fever.

Twelve athletes were selected for the inaugural West Coast Fever squad, including two English internationals, reinforcing the vision of the ANZ Championship being the premier domestic netball competition in the world

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