What you need to know about Suncorp NetSetGO

What is Suncorp NetSetGO?

Suncorp NetSetGO is Netball Australia’s only junior entry netball program. It provides children (boys and girls) from 5 to 10 years with a positive introduction to netball, incorporating skill activities, minor games, music, dance and modified matches.

NetSetGO focuses on learning fundamental movement skills and building overall motor skills. The program is delivered in a fun and safe environment and is coordinated by accredited coaches to ensure all participants have a quality experience.

How does it work?

In 2018, the Suncorp NetSetGO program will consist of three tiers – Net (5-6 year olds), Set (7-8 year olds) & GO (9-10 year olds).

Tier one – Net:

In this component, participants will learn fundamental motor and netball skills (like shoulder passes, pivots and shooting) through simple activities.

Tier two – Set:

In this component, kids will focus on refining their movements and skills through activities, minor games and modified sport. Participants will learn confidence in bounce passes, lobs, intercepts and throw-in strategies.

Tier three – GO:

This tier looks at specific skill development and refining motor control. Modified games will be played (you can find the rules here), and participants will learn a series of attack and defence strategies.

What do participants get?

All registered Suncorp NetSetGO participants receive a Size 4 netball, a Suncorp NetSetGO T-shirt, a Healthy Habits activity book and Suncorp Super Netball collectable player cards. Participants are also eligible to enter exclusive competitions.

Where are the NetSetGO centres?

There are over 2,100 Suncorp NetSetGO centres around Australia, so there’s bound to be one near you. Click HERE to find your closest one.

Want to know more?

For a more comprehensive guide into what Suncorp NetSetGO is, you can dive into Netball Australia’s free online module called ‘Getting to know NetSetGO’.

It is a fun, educational and interactive module that explains why modified sport is so important for young participants and what a NetSetGO session looks like. It takes around 20 minutes to complete and participants receive a certificate upon completion.

Getting to Know NetSetGO is available via the MyNetball Learning Platform – to login, visit mynetball.com.au and follow the Getting to Know NetSetGO Step by Step Instructions.

Helpful links

Frequently Asked Questions
NetSetGO Guide for Grownups
NetSetGO Inclusion
Memo to Associations: dated 15 JAN 2018
Guide for Grownups 
Coaching Resources