Upcoming Events

10 Years NNA grading

7th Mar 2024 5:30 PM Newcastle Netball courts

NNA grading for teams who require court grading

9th Mar 2024 9:00 AM Newcastle Netball courts

Waratah Netball Club Doc Yagen Memorial Gala Day

16th Mar 2024 9:00 AM Newcastle Netball Courts

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Name: Waratah Netball Club

BSB: 637-000

Account: 780246529

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2023 - 2025

Strategic Plan
 
 

Redeeming Your Active and Creative Kids Vouchers

We know redeeming your Active and Creative Kids Voucher is confusing, so Netball NSW has provided extra guidance here:
 
Redeeming Your Active and Creative Kids Vouchers
 

Online registrations are open.
 
The Club will also have a registration day on Saturday 3rd February at Mayfield West Bowling Club in Norris Avenue, Mayfield  from 10am to 1pm.  Come and meet some members of the Club and try on uniforms. If you don’t need to visit us, then you can register via one of the following links (NOTE: please use the age the member will turn in 2024):
Also note that it is easler if you log into PlayHQ before you click on the link below:
 
10yrs to seniors (including coaches/managers) 
https://www.playhq.com/netball-australia/register/5ee0c0
 
NetSetGo – 6yrs to 9yrs
https://www.playhq.com/netball-australia/register/a6b21e
 
Turning 5yrs in 2024? 
 

Rolling Substitutions

With the introduction of updated rules in 2024, Netball NSW have made the decision to implement Rolling Substitutions for all NSW competitions.
 
Netball NSW have recommended that associations implement these rules at the commencement of all Winter Competitions, as these will be in operation in all NSW State competitions e.g. NSW State Titles.
 
Newcastle Netball Association will also be implementing the domestic rule of Rolling Substitutions, in all grades within its competitions at the commencement of the 2024 winter season. 

Check out how those rules will be applied:


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2023 Club Awards
 

Cat Levey (on right):  Club Player of the Year

The Club Player of the Year Award is for a player who has shown excellent commitment to the Club values and purpose.  
Cat is a very supportive team member, providing inspiration and positivity to keep the team focused on improving. Her commitment to training and games is exemplary. Her on-court strengths are clearly evident, and her off-court strengths have been invaluable this year. Cat acts as a role-model and despite having three young children, always puts her hand up to help out for team, and Club commitments, and social occasions. Cat is rational, calm and level-headed and a strong leader who is a well deserving winner of this year's Club Player Award.


 

Janine Curtis (on right): Club Commitment
 
The Club Commitment Award is presented to a member of the Club who has shown outstanding commitment to the Club values and purpose that is beyond the norm. 

Janine has worked tirelessly to cement herself in Waratah Netball Club as a person who is committed to the development of our Club and bringing fresh and supportive ideas. Her work as Secretary has been exceptional, and this year she was a lead support to NetSetGo’s coaching program. She  ensures everyone is up to date with Club information and provides timely information to the Club members. She is always putting her hand up to assist where and when she can, and as a player is showcasing our values and pride in the Waratah uniform. Her attendance and dedication to training and game days is outstanding, and she wears her Club apparel with pride. Janine is a worthy recipient of our Club Commitment Award.


 

Ruby Gilbert: Junior Player of the Year
 
The Junior Player of the Year Award is presented to a junior player who has demonstrated excellent commitment to training and games; exceptional teamwork and support of teammates in all situations; and modelled the Club values of community, integrity and sportsmanship to the highest standard.

Ruby has shown exceptional dedication to her team by attending every training session and game this season, even when injured.  Ruby has dedicated her time this year to assist with the Net-Set-Go kids showing outstanding Club values and encouraging younger players to play with Waratah next year.


 

Tri-series Sabres: Club Spirit

Our Opens Sabres embraced the Club values from very early in the season.  They supported fundraising efforts including Club Raffles, Trivia Night, Senior Drinks and Paint and Sip.  They had high attendance at training and proudly wore their Waratah training singlet and Hoodies.  They gave 100% at training and supported the other Tri-series teams both before and after their games. They played with intensity but sportsmanship and stayed positive throughout the season. They assisted with Club umpiring and stepped up at short notice to assist with Canteen Duty.  The Sabres are deserving winners of the 2023 Club Spirit Award.
 
Thank you to our sponsor, Currawong Aviation Training Services for supporting this award.

Our NettyHeads Sponsor


Out participation in NettyHeads was
Proudly funded by the NSW Government.

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Supporting our Club's young players

Thanks to all our sponsors




supporting junior sport via the Youth In Sport program