Programs and Opportunities Available
Your Club and/or Association can be more inclusive by offering the All Abilities Membership with Netball NSW. By offering the subsidised affiliation cost, you can help reduce the financial barrier to enable people with disability to be a part of our game. All Abilities Players are defined as any person who holds a valid concession card for a disability pension and/or a member of Sports Inclusion Australia. Subsidised cost for the 2020 season is TBC.
For more information on how to set up the All Abilities Membership type at your Club/Association, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
By providing opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in Netball, we are also introducing more people to the sport and promoting the benefits of an active and social lifestyle.
All Abilities Netball Programs
Marie Little OAM Shield – NSW State Team for Players with an Intellectual Disability
All Abilities Netball Carnivals
Ku-ring-gai Netball Association – 2020 dates TBC
Manly Warringah Netball Association – 2020 dates TBC
Netball NSW Associations delivering All Abilities programs in 2019
Armidale – email@example.com
Ballina – firstname.lastname@example.org
Baulkham Hills – email@example.com
Blue Mountains – firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastwood-Ryde – email@example.com
Gosford – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hills District – email@example.com
Kiama – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ku-Ring-Gai – email@example.com
Manly-Warringah – firstname.lastname@example.org
Newcastle – email@example.com
Sutherland Shire – firstname.lastname@example.org
EmpowerPlay is a new program built for affiliated Clubs and Associations to increase self-confidence and generate awareness of an individual’s strengths to embrace better teamwork, to increase participation and member retention in the sport across NSW.
Netball NSW’s Inclusive Community Grants program supports and encourages Affiliated Associations and Clubs to develop closer links with community groups and drive the engagement of new members. Netball NSW Affiliated Associations in 2020 can apply for a grant of up to $1,000.00 to deliver projects to engage diverse communities.
Netball NSW aims to enhance the participation of Indigenous girls and boys in netball to improve their physical fitness, team cooperation and general health and well-being. Netball NSW acknowledges the significant impact sport can have on social cohesion and closing the gap.
Reconciliation Action Plan
- RAP Artwork Competition Entry Form
- RAP Artwork Competition T&Cs of Entry
- RAP Artwork Licence
- Netball NSW Colour Guidelines
Programs & Events
KARI Netball Knockout – U/12 and U/15 Girls, Open Women’s and Mixed teams
Koori Netball Tournament – U/12 through to Open Women, Mixed or Men’s
Netball NSW Koori Gala Days – U/12 and U/15 Mixed and Girls, Open Women’s and Mixed teams
2020 Dates TBC
Free face-to-face and online Coach Accreditation Courses to develop Club, Association, and Regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander netball coaches facilitated by Dr Andrew Bennie from Western Sydney University.
Courses will develop core coaching skills and provides a good introduction to skill progression and fault detection and correction. Presenters will also cover game sense, mental health, nutritional and well-being advice, and other topics.
Details on future Coaching Unlimited courses will be released in 2020.
Netball NSW is committed to providing support where we can. These resources aim to assist Clubs and Associations to be more inclusive.
For more information on any of the above initiatives, please contact:
Sam White, Participation Coordinator – Community Engagement
p. (02) 9951 5006