The Macleay Netball Associations is expecting another big season ahead with its registration day being held this Saturday March 16 at the Pam Guyer Netball Centre between 10am and 2pm.
All clubs within the Association will be there collecting payments and to answer any questions.
Each year the association looks forward to welcoming all of its members back to the courts with many new registrations, both young and mature, to the popular sport.
The following week on Saturday March 23, a grading day will be held for all 2019 junior and senior teams which all teams and their players are expected to attend.
This gives the association the chance to see what the teams have to offer this year so grading for each division can be finalised for the start of the season scheduled for Saturday March 30.
Also on this day, there will be a free umpire development workshop from 9am to 11.30am.
The work shop will be conducted by the associations very experienced umpires who will be discussing the rules to beginner umpires and those who would like to learn more about umpiring and to gain knowledge and confidence when umpiring.
There will be also a chance for those attending to do some actual umpiring on the junior grading games and be mentored by our many experienced badged umpires within the association.
If you are a registered member of a club and the association and would like to attend please contact Petra Hayman to put your name down asap before next Saturday via email firstname.lastname@example.org as the association needs to know numbers attending.
If you are interested in playing, umpiring or a being a volunteer within the association, come along this Saturday as there is still time.
Everyone is welcome to come and get involved in netball on the Macleay Valley. It’s a great way to stay active, be a part of a team and have a lot of fun.
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