Training | Term 4

Bondi Netball

Our Netball training sessions for junior netball players are on Tuesday 4-5pm for under 10 year olds and 5-6pm for over 10's. During these sessions focus will be on foundation skill and then building and progressing skill development and correct technique through games and drills and team work, this will help players improve:

• Passing
• Stable body positioning
• Catching
• Footwork
• Dodging
• Forward movement
• Shooting
• Defence and attack plays
• Speed and Agility
• Sequences
• Netball tricks and Strategies
* Teamwork

Our players will be building on a solid foundation to their netball development.

Girls need to wear sportswear, sports shoes and bring their NETBALL BALL to training. A ball can be purchased at our online shop.

Training Dates:
Session 1: Tuesday15 October
Session 2: Tuesday 22 October
Session 3: Tuesday 29 October
Session 4: Tuesday 5 November
Session 5: Tuesday 12 November
Session 6: Tuesday 19 November
Session 7: Tuesday 26 November
Session 8: Tuesday 3 December

GMR Prinary School train Fridays at school in Term 4.

Join any time, register now
Fees are non-transferable and non-refundable.
We do our absolute best to ensure that training goes ahead - but the weather is out of our control. If training is cancelled on more than 2 occasions we offer each player a free holiday workshop session.


Effective fromthe start of Registration
  • $ 170 per player
Effective from
  • $ 22 per player
Note: The registration period for this Social Competition has closed.


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Alison - Manager of Coogee Dolpins Under 12's

Our Dolphins team had a great summer season in the Summer Netball competition.

While they had been playing together for a few years, it seemed that they were in a cycle of just getting the team together by the end of the winter comp, then it would finish and they would start it all again at the start of the next season. They would be rusty and it took them till the end of that season to get their act together again.

We joined the Summer Netball comp, because even though they lost most games, our girls loved playing together and they jumped at the chance to see each other all summer.

It was great, the competition is friendly, the venue is delightful. The team played all summer and they just got better and better, becoming a real team, so at the start of winter comp, they were on fire!

They are enjoying the game so much more and we will be back in the Summer Netball Comp again. The Summer season is so valuable to team improvement, but it's also great fun, so a win for everyone.

Briget, Coach of the Bondi Beaach Pearls

"Playing the summer comp was a great idea, especially for us as beginners, our learning curve was definitely a lot quicker as a result of the comp and the girls got a great deal of enjoyment out of playing in a match situation."

Bridget, coach Bondi Beach Pearls.