Netball NSW is delighted to announce that registrations are NOW OPEN for the 2018 Schools Cup competition.
Schools Cup is an initiative by Netball NSW to provide New South Wales primary and secondary school students with the opportunity to enjoy netball in an inclusive and enjoyable environment. The Schools Cup is available to female and male students from Public, Independent and Catholic systems in Years Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten.
Last year saw a record 12,611 students from across the State participate in the competition, which culminated in two days of exciting State Finals action at Genea Netball Centre > VIEW 2017 STATE CHAMPIONS HERE.
How Schools Cup works
School teams compete in up to three (3) Phases:
Phase 1: Local Day – school teams compete in a round robin carnival in their local area from March-August. Winning teams can progress to the Regional Final.
Phase 2: Regional Final – winning teams from respective Local Days come together to compete in round robin games followed by a finals series at their Regional Final held from March-August. Winning teams can progress to the State Final.
Phase 3: State Final – winning teams from the eight respective Regional Finals come together to compete for the illustrious Netball NSW Schools Cup. The State Final is held in the last week of Term 3 at the home of Netball NSW, Genea Netball Centre, in Sydney Olympic Park.
If you have any further questions, or would like more information, please feel free to contact:
Brittany Vearing, Schools Program Coordinator
p. (02) 9951 5017
e. [email protected]