Netsetgo 9s &10s Fun Day

Netsetgo | Fun Day for 9s & 10s. You are invited to a fun day for 9’s and 10’s only on Sunday 10 March 8am – 9.30am. Arrival 7.30am for welcome before round robin program. All Managers have been sent information via email. Teams must be registered to play with Kylie | All parent umpires to arrive by 7.30am to be briefed by Tash, our Umpire Convenor.


Additional grading session for cadets

Due to the number of cadets registered to play, we will be holding an additional grading session for cadets on Thursday 14th February from 6 pm – 8 pm. Sign on will be from 5:30 pm.
Please let me know by 5 pm, Monday 11th February if you are unable to attend.
Other age groups may also require an additional grading session, however this will be determined after Saturday’s grading session.
The grading venue is the outdoor netball courts at Hilder Road State School.

92 hours till registration closes…who is counting?

Registration closing next week

Registration for the 2019 season is open until next Monday 4 February. Click here to register. OR read the story “I never lost the game, i just ran out of time” for some helpful hints!

Anyone requiring assistance with registration can contact the Registrar – or come to the information day this Saturday from 9.00am – 10.00am at the Hilder Road State School hall.


Grading – U11 and above

Good luck to all players participating in the up coming grading days on Saturday 9 February and Sunday 17 February. A reminder all players should participate in both grading sessions (except those in self-select teams as outlined above). Players may be requested to attend addition sessions on Tuesday 12-14 depending on the size of the group to be graded. The Grading Convenor will provide information to those players required to attend additional grading sessions.

Questions or issues regarding attendance at sessions should be directed to the Grading Convenor –

Age Based Classifications – new arrangements for 2019

Due 4 February 

At the January general meeting it was accepted in some cases it is appropriate for a player to be graded into a higher age classification and the club supports the ability of the Grading Convenor and grading panel to make this determination.

A player will be considered for grading into a higher age classification:

  1. At the instigation of the Grading Convenor based on the advice of a grading panel; or
  2. At the request of a player and/or guardian in the case of a player under 18 years.

A request for consideration at a higher age classification must be received by the Registrar and Grading Convenor by registration close (4 February 2019). A request should be accompanied by reasons for the request including the player’s past playing experience or participation in representative teams. Requests should not be based solely on friendship groups.

Upon receipt of a request the Grading Convenor will provide instructions as to which grading sessions should be attended by the player.

The Grading Convenor and grading panel will make the final determination as to the grading of a player seeking to play at a higher age classification in accordance with TGNC grading policy.

Any questions should be directed to the Registrar – or Grading Convenor –

Self-select teams for 2019

Registration of self-select teams to continue

At the January general meeting it was confirmed TGNC will continue to accept the nomination of ‘self-select’ teams in the Open age classification. In 2019 the arrangements for self-select teams are as follows:

  1. Team nomination must be provided to the Registrar and Grading Convenor by registration close (4 February 2019)
  2. Nomination must include at least 7 registered players
  3. Nomination must include team coach and manager
  4.  Team members must be available for grading on the second nominated grading date (17 February) and Opens round robin (date TBD)

If you have any questions, please contact the Registrar –

I never lost a game, I just ran out of time

I love the quote, “I never lost a game, I just ran out of time”.

As a mum of a mad keen netball fanatic, I know this feeling. However I think I am losing my game this week. Sounded like a great idea, start back at school after the long weekend. But I didn’t think through what has to be packed into 3 days of the week including registration for multiple clubs over multiple sports, changing shoes that I bought online as they were the wrong size, replace books as I ordered year 5 instead of Year 4 books!
Winning! #not!

If you are winning like me this week, this post is to help us all.
We can play this together.

What you need to do:

Step 1:
Register – Using this link, click and go the Mynetball website to register your child. There has been many links over the past few weeks, but I can assure you, this one works. Well at least it worked when I tested it an hour ago.

Step 2:
If you need help, email the awesome Cat, who manages the 500+ registrations for the club with ease.
Or email me, Michelle, Communications Officer,

Step 3: 
Grading starts next week for 11 year + age groups.
Grading dates are: Saturday 9th February AND Sunday 17th February at Hilder Road State School. I will update the website with times for each year level.

What is grading I hear you say? Well that’s what I said a few years ago when I told we had to ‘grade’. It is a process to ensure players of skill and experience are playing within a team of same skill and experience.

We still have 91 hours left to get our game sorted!

Yours in netball
The most un-netball mum!
Michelle B

Expressions of Interest | The Gap Netball Association Secretariat

Expressions of Interest

The Gap Netball Club (TGNC) is inviting expressions of interest for the provision of administrative assistance to the club’s volunteer officer bearers. The TGNC is a community-based club based in The Gap with over 550 registered players and officials.  As part of TGNCs commitment to club growth, recruitment is underway for a contracted secretariat position.

Applicants should consider:

  • This role is an important support and leadership function within the organisation
  • You will be working closely with the President and the Executive Leadership team and be the critical interface between members, the Executive Leadership and key stakeholders including DPNA.
  • The tenure of the position will commence early February until end of September 2019.
  • The role requires 8 – 10 hours per week
  • A preparedness to act as a TGNA representatives at meetings when required
  • Assist office bearers with management of TGNA finances, budgets, operations plans and club administration
  • Plan organise meetings, including teleconferences where required
  • Maintain accurate records
  • Good understanding of Microsoft, MYOB is required
  • Ability to work from home is required

Remuneration will be consistent with experience and will include compensation for internet and equipment required.
All expressions of interest should be provided to by cob Thursday 24 January accompanied by a short resume outlining relevant skills and experience.