What do the school need?

  • A completed expression of interest form for each child who wishes to play netball this year.
  • A manager and a coach for each team. Teams are dependent on volunteers.
  • All registrations are due by Friday 6th March.
  • We would love to have a netball coordinator who can oversee the admin for our netball teams. If you are able to help with this role please email Lynn.

Why a muster, and what does it look like?

A muster is an efficient and effective model to organise large numbers of players. The teams are organised to ensure that all learners, and teams, are competing at the correct level and that new players have equal opportunity. Full details can be found here.

I'd like to help but I haven't played netball / coached / managed / umpired before.

Auckland Netball run great courses to introduce and upskill volunteers. More details can be found on their website here.

Upcoming opportunities from Auckland Netball

We have two Specialist Skills Clinics coming up with ANZ Premiership players alongside our experienced ANC coaches. These are really popular - players LOVE meeting the athletes and the sessions are loaded with skills, tips and tricks to start the season off well. Information and registration forms here:

Robinhood Northern Stars Specialist Skills Clinic

  • With Daystar Swift from Trinidad and Tobago, Fa’amu Ioane the super zippy mid-courter and experienced sharp shooter Julianna Naoupu.
  • Sunday 23 February, Auckland Netball Centre, St Johns
  • Year 3-6 Players: 9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Year 7-10 Players: 11:00am – 2:00pm

Northern Mystics Specialist Skills Clinic

  • With explosive defender Dani Grey, dynamic mid-court player Tayla Earle and the up and coming shooting star Saviour Tui
  • Sunday 8 March, Windmill Park, Mt Eden
  • Year 3-6 Players: 9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Year 7-10 Players: 11:00am – 2:00pm