Clubs

Clubs

Player Recruitment

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:
Josie Wells
07966 462665


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.

For more information please contact:
Mel James
07876 711155


New Club -  Worthing Netball Club

Name: Worthing Netball Club (WNC)
Train: Wednesdays & Sundays
Location: Lancing College Prep
Leagues: Worthing, Lancing, Portslade 

For more information please contact:
Rosie

07530441564
www.worthingnetballclub.co.uk


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.

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Club Administration

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 Affiliation

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 south@englandnetball.co.uk

CAPS Forms and Templates

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