FUN: Annalise Ryan in possession in junior netball at Barnes Park last season.
FUN: Annalise Ryan in possession in junior netball at Barnes Park last season. Gerard Walsh

This Saturday is time to sign up for 2017 junior netball

NETBALL: Come join Warwick Junior Netball this Saturday.

Junior netball is a wonderful team sport for girls and boys born between 2003 and 2012.

The advantage of team sport is there are no high expectations or pressures on individual players.

Warwick junior netballers are encouraged to learn and skill build in a positive sportsman like enjoyable environment.

The focus at junior fixtures is assisting the players by providing training and coaching/ guidance to develop their skills while gaining an understanding of all positions on the court and the overall game of netball.

We offer four divisions which are generally age related but also skill based: NetSetGo Netters (5-7 years), NetSetGo Setters (8-9 years), Junior B (10-11 years) and Junior A (12-14 years).

These divisions allow players to move between divisions according to skill levels and not solely age bracketing.

This is particularly beneficial with the NetSetGo players.

Fixtures and training for all age groups on Saturdays.

Players do not have additional mid-week training unless they progress to representative netball teams.

The Warwick Netball Association looks forward to seeing many players and parents at this Saturday's sign-on day from 10am-1pm at Barnes Park.

Barnes Park is in Matthews St, off Horsman Rd, in Glennie Heights.



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