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NetSetGo Term 3

Season Registration Netball SA $96.95 Club Fees $20 (plus processing fee)

Every participant will receive a pack from Netball Australia, which includes a netball and t-shirt.

We recommend that your child wears their Woolworths NetSetGO t-shirt with either shorts, a skirt or whatever they feel most comfortable in, and appropriate footwear. If they do not have netball sneakers, running shoes are fine. Please be sure to bring a water bottle to stay hydrated.

Venue: Hub Netball Club, Tarnham Road Reserve, Seacombe Heights
Duration: 60 minutes, nine sessions in total starting 30 July 2023
Day: Sunday
Time: 10:30am to 11:30am

For more information please get in touch at admin@hubnetballclub.com

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Join Our Teams

We are looking for kids who have never played netball before and interested in giving it a go!

If you are uncomfortable with participating in trials please reach out as we have other options president@hubnetballclub.com


We are looking forward to Winter starting 25 April and we would love to have you!


Games will be played at SUNA and training is held at our home courts.

If your child is interested, please contact admin@hubnetballclub.com

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Available Volunteer Roles

Volunteer Role – Club Historian

Are you a history lover eager to get your teeth into some preservation projects? 

Hub Netball Club is searching for a volunteer to help with our local history project starting the 12th January 2023. The project is expected to last a few months.  


Working alongside our President, the Club Historian will have a love of history as well as good organisational skills, the ability to handle varied tasks, high level analysis and writing skills, and the ability to effectively communicate. As this project is a key project for our club a high degree of computer literacy and the ability to use various programs is important. 


Among the many and varied tasks this role will undertake will be: 

  • entering data regarding local history collections 

  • general word processing 

  • filing documents in an online database and/or hard copy 

  • oral history transcription (if needed). 


The successful applicant will need to have (or be willing to obtain with the help of the club) one or more of the following: 

  • a police check 

  • Relevant DHS screening to work with children 


If you have previous experience or knowledge of library processes or working with databases, this would be an added bonus, but isn't essential. 


To find out more about this unique volunteering opportunity, contact our President, Marissa Payne. 


Roles ARE flexible – please talk to us 

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