Tuesday 17 November 2015
2015 STATE DINNER CELEBRATIONSIt was a night of celebrations on Saturday evening, 14 November, at the 2015 Netball NSW State Dinner held in the Grand Ballroom at The Sydney Boulevard Hotel.

Grassroots programs, coaches, officials, umpires, players, administrators, State Teams and the NSW Swifts successes in season 2015 were all reflected upon.
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INDUCTEES WELCOMED INTO HALL OF FAMEFormer New South Wales representatives Alison Broadbent, Selina Gilsenan and Evie Carpenter, along with long-time administrator Moira McGuiness MBE, were named as the 31st, 32nd, 33rd and 34th inductees for the Netball NSW Hall of Fame, following their great individual service to the sport.

Along with the new inductees, Australian netball great Anne Sargeant OAM became the first Hall of Fame member to be elevated to Legend status following the introduction of the award this year.

  

 

 

SHARON KELLY’S CAREER CELEBRATED AT STATE DINNERAfter announcing her retirement immediately following the Netball World Cup SYDNEY 2015 Bronze Medal game, long-reigning Australian Umpire of the Year Sharon Kelly was honoured at Saturday’s State Dinner.
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Sharon’s skills and experience won’t be lost to the NSW community however, as she will take up the position of NSW Umpire Coach with Netball NSW in January 2016.
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TRAIN LIKE A NSW SWIFT IN 2016

Back for the third consecutive year, Netball NSW’s popular ‘Train Like a NSW Swift’ clinics will be held across three days in both the January (Jan 19-21) and April School Holidays (Apr 12-14).

Make sure to put the dates in your diary – registrations for January’s clinic open this Friday 20 November.
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NETBALL AUSTRALIA LAUNCH RECONCILIATION ACTION PLANNetball Australia is aiming to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation across all areas of netball with the launch of its inaugural Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

The RAP outlines a course of action from 2015-2018 that specifically addresses the identified needs of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in order to increase participation from grassroots to the Australian Diamonds.
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  NSW TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT NETBALL AWARDSMarcia-Ella Duncan OAM, Umpire Sharon Kelly, NSW Swift Sharni Layton and administrator Pam Smith were all honoured at the 2015 Australian Netball Awards held on Saturday 7 November at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
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