This page is to describe how to get involved with everything Penrith District Netball has to offer.
Do You Want To Play?
Woolworths NetSetGO is Netball Australia’s official starter program. It’s a chance to learn the netball basics, get outside and make some friends. For a lot of kids, this is the first time they’ll pick up a netball or chuck on a bib. It’s a learning experience. And a lot of fun.
Penrith Netball run skills based sessions led by friendly netball coaches, using equipment built specially for kids.
Start Date: Saturday 11th May
End Date: Saturday 10th August
Where: Jamison Park Netball Courts
Which Court: Meet at courts 40/41
Our clubs provide competitive and social netball opportunities for all participants who want to play!
All levels of skill are welcome. Each club offers something different for every player and volunteer.
We have several divisions/grades in all our competitions which allow for players to be placed within a team appropriate to their age and skills to further improve their development.
Walking Netball is a modified version of netball designed for senior women and men - netball, but at a walking pace.
Walking Netball will improve your health outcomes by helping you stay active and social, regardless of fitness or age.
Netball NSW run a social competition at Jamison Park with no regular fixtures, scoring or ladder.
Integral Volunteer Roles
Coaches are at the centre of all athlete development. We aim to support all our coaches in a culture built on respect and collaboration.
Netball Australia's coaching accreditation framework aims to assist coaches to successfully move through the Coach Education Framework.
Umpiring provides so much more than just the ability to officiate the rules of the game. You can feel: Connected, Respected, Energised
Umpiring is a great way to make friends for life and be an integral part of the vibrant netball community.