Bucks Pheonix Netball Club
Bucks Pheonix are looking for adult/ senior level players for our teams who will be playing in the High Wycombe District Netball League in the summer starting end of March and going forward for our Regional level 3 Squad as of September and local winter league at High Wycombe.
If you are interested to find out more about our club please contact:
Bucks Phoenix NC
Mortimer Netball club
Mortimer Netball Club is looking to recruit players for their RDNL Division 1 team, especially circle defenders.
They train on Mondays at 7.45pm in Reading and play every other Wednesday evening in Theale.
The first session is free and membership starts in August, ready for the September start.
Contact Mel James for more information
New Club - Worthing Netball Club
Name: Worthing Netball Club (WNC)
Train: Wednesdays & Sundays
Location: Lancing College Prep
Leagues: Worthing, Lancing, Portslade
Core Inclusive Club Grants
England Netball is currently looking for clubs to pilot our new Inclusive Netball Strategy.
Known as Core Inclusion Clubs or CIC Clubs, these clubs will lead and pioneer our work as netballs inclusive footprint across England grows.
Core Inclusive Clubs will receive a grant of up to £1000 to assist their club open to the wider community. There are a total of 10 grants available.
There are many benefits to becoming a Core Inclusive Club such as:
? A personalised plan to grow participation in your club
? A logo promoting the club as being a Core Inclusive Club to community partners
? Access to greater pool of volunteers and diverse skill sets
? A financial grant of up to £1000
? Participation in training and education sessions provided by England Netball and our partners
To apply to be a Core Inclusive Club, please contact your regional office, firstname.lastname@example.org for a form and return this to email@example.com or complete the form online by clicking here.
Supporting and guidance information can be found by clicking here.
Application close on the 15th of November 2016, with selected clubs being announced at the England vs Jamaica match on the 4th of December. If you have any questions or need help please make contact via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You don't have to just play to be a part of your Netball Club! There are many other tasks undertaken behind the scenes to ensure that clubs function in the safest way possible. Contact your club to see how you can help!
Club Volunteer Coordinators
Volunteers are vital to any Netball club, from coaches to officials, chairs to secretaries and webmasters to kit washers they all play their part. To support clubs with the recruitment, retention, development and recognition of volunteers England Netball has launched the Club Volunteer Coordinator resource. You can register to be your clubs club volunteer coordinator. You'll need to do this as part of the CAPS process too.
Register as a Club Volunteer Coordinator
Affiliation is the fee paid to become a member of England Netball, Netball South and the relevant County Netball Association. For more information about affiliation and membership, visit the England Netball Website.
CAPS (Club Action Planning Scheme)
The Club Action Planning Scheme (CAPS) is a programme designed to captivate you and your netball club. It aims to support you to deliver a quality netball development programme and operate in line with best practice.
CAPS is aligned to the Sport England Clubmark accreditation scheme which is the only national cross sports quality accreditation scheme for clubs with junior sections. It is built around a set of core criteria which ensure that accredited clubs operate to a set of consistent, accepted and adopted minimum operating standards. There are 3 levels of accreditation: Bronze, Silver and Gold.
In line with the Clubmark award, CAPS focuses on four key areas that impact Netball clubs:
- Duty of Care and Child Protection
- Coaching and Competition
- Club Management/Administration
- Sports Equity and Ethics
Support is available to help clubs work through the CAPS process, you can contact your County Netball Development Officer or Regional Co-ordinator. If you are interested in becoming a CAPS accredited club please contact email@example.com
CAPS Forms and Templates
CAPS Accredited Clubs
Looking to join a netball club? We have a full list of CAPS accredited clubs across the region along with links to club websites.
Buckinghamshire Junior Netball
Please see below a list of CAPS accredited junior clubs in Bucks.
Flames Netball Club - http://www.flamesnc.co.uk/
MK Netters Netball Club - http://www.mknetters.co.uk/
Netball United Netball Club- http://www.netballunited.co.uk/
Wingrave Netball Club - http://wingravenetball.com/
NB: The following clubs are also in North Bucks and will hopefully be CAPS accredited by next season:
Aylesbury Junior Netball Club - http://www.ajnl.co.uk/
Wendover Junior Netball Club - firstname.lastname@example.org (new club currently age 14-16 but will introduce sessions for younger payers in due course)
Marlow Kites Netball Club - http://marlowkites.co.uk/
Clan Netball Club - http://www.clannetballclub.co.uk/
High Wycombe Junior Netball Club - Contact Sarah Randall (email@example.com)
Apollo Netball Club - Contact Trudy Weller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bucks Phoenix Netball Club - http://www.bucksphoenixnc.co.uk/
Clan Netball Club - http://www.clannetballclub.co.uk/
Prices Risborough Netball Club - http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/princesrisboroughnetballclub/