Netball NSW will be holding an Open Selection Trial next week for the Netball NSW Waratahs who will contest the 2018 Australian Netball League.
Players who are interested in the attending the trial session on Wednesday evening, 4 October, at Genea Netball Centre are asked to complete an Expression of Interest Form.
Interested Players should considering the following information before submitting an EOI:
- The 2018 Netball NSW Waratahs will commence training in the first week of February 2018, with a pre-season fitness program commencing prior to this date.
- The 2018 Australian Netball League will commence early May through to the Finals Series in late July 2018; exact dates and fixtures yet to be announced by Netball Australia.
For any further enquiries, please contact State Pathways Manager Margaret Hamley (email@example.com) or Competitions & Pathways Coordinator Jenna Harrod (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call the Netball NSW office on (02) 9951 5000 during business hours.
2018 Netball NSW Waratahs | Open Selection Trial
Wednesday 4 October 2017
6:00pm arrival, for 6:30pm start
Genea Netball Centre – 2 Olympic Blvd, Sydney Olympic Park NSW
WEAR: Neutral training clothes (black bottoms, white top)
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About the Australian Netball League
In 2008, coinciding with the introduction of the trans-Tasman netball league, Netball Australia introduced the Australian Netball League (ANL); a competition to bridge the gap between State League competition and the elite level by providing a national pathway for players, coaches, umpires, score bench and technical officials.
Between 2008 and 2014, Netball NSW fielded two sides in the competition – the Netball NSW Blues and Netball NSW Waratahs, the latter which were crowned undefeated Champions in 2011. In 2015 and 2016 only the Netball NSW Waratahs participated.
With the introduction of Suncorp Super Netball in 2017, Netball Australia announced each ANL team would sit alongside an SSN Club as a feeder side to the elite competition. Netball NSW’s footprint would again extend to two teams with the birth of the Canberra GIANTS as the feeder side to GIANTS Netball, while the Netball NSW Waratahs would align with the NSW Swifts.
Netball NSW also has a proud history of producing the ANL’s Most Valuable Players;
Narelle Esther (2008)
Amorette Wild (2010)
Kristy Guthrie (2012)
Kristina Brice (2014)
Vanessa Mullampy (2016)