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Bellarine & District Netball Association
This Saturday morning program is a one-stop-shop for everything netball. Players aged between 5 and 13 will be able to join this program that runs concurrent with school terms.
The players will have the opportunity to develop their netball skills, whether as a player, an umpire or a potential coach.
The main focus will be on Junior skill development and match play with training offered in specific court skills. The program will offer more one on one coaching than is possible in standard Netball teams, from qualified Netball Victoria coaches, current state league players and coaches from Geelong's elite VNL Netball Club, the Geelong Cougars and the Barwon Netball Region.
This program also offers a Junior Umpire Development program, teaching the skills necessary to umpire with confidence, gain their umpire badge and move on to umpiring at higher levels.
Our aim is to maximise the player’s love of the game, as well as provide talented players, umpires and coaches access to pathways towards their further development – Association Representation,
Zone Academy, State League and State Underage selection.
Kardinia Park, 378 Latrobe Terrace, Geelong 3220 VIC Australia
PO Box 6052, Highton 3216 VIC Australia
Community group or not-for-profit – incorporated
Geelong Central Kardinia Park
378 Latrobe Terrace, Geelong 3220
03 5243 7016
0417 525 885
03 5244 4451
Yes - Committee & Coaching
Public transport access:
Yes - Parking available
The suburbs of the competition are: Surfcoast - Anglesea, Barwon Heads, Torquay, Modewarre Geelong - Queens Park, Ocean Grove, Newcomb, Portarlington Borough of Queenscliff - Queenscliff
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Saturdays from 9:00am to 12:00pm.
Primary kids (5-12 years)
19/06/2017 2:47:01 PM
Conditions and privacy
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land, the
People of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, Elders in our community and our emerging leaders.