How much is it to Register?

Registration is through MyNeball and can be done online on the link below.

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Are you an Active Kids provider?


The Active Kids program provides two $100 vouchers for parents, guardians and carers of school-enrolled children to use towards sport and active recreation costs each year.

Voucher 1 is valid January to December and Voucher 2 is valid July to December.

The vouchers may be used with a registered activity provider for registration, participation and membership costs for sport, fitness and active recreation activities.

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Where are games played?

Seymour Shaw
Wandella Road , Miranda
Netta (Nursery), 8 and 9 years, plus some 10 year old teams play at Seymour Shaw. If it is Wet Weather, these games are relocated from Seymour Shaw to The Ridge.

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Bellingara Road, Miranda

10 years to 16 years
18 years to Seniors

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The Ridge (Barden Ridge)
40 Recreation Drive, Barden Ridge

As required, some Senior teams will be allocated to play at The Ridge dependent on SSNA team numbers.

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What are the age groups?

Netta is from 5 to 7 years
Juniors are from 8 years to 16 years
Seniors are 18 years and over


When are the games played?

The winter netball season commences late March or early April (dependent on Easter) and usually concludes the first week of September.

The games are played on a rotating timeslot:

For Juniors – 8 to 16 years
8:00 am, 9:15 am, 10:30 am and 11:45 am

For Seniors – 18 years to Opens
1:00 pm, 2:15 pm and 3:30 pm

What does the uniform look like?

Currently the Magpies Uniform consist of a skirt and t-shirt. The club colours are black and white, with the type and style of uniform to change from time to time.

When do teams train?

Teams train on a weekday afternoon. The day and time of training is scheduled by the coach and availability of players.

Are there any other costs associated with playing aside from registration? (umpire fee for snrs, clinics)

Junior Umpire Payment is included in their registration costs.

Senior Umpire Payment will need to be paid by each team at the conclusion or beginning of each game.

As a club, we run one free skills and drills clinics for our players. The second skills and drills clinic we offer our players is ran by professional ex-netballers, where the players are charged a nominal fee.

Do you Fundraise?

No, we do not fundraise, nor do we have a family levy. Our registration fees cover all statutory body costs including Netball NSW and their player insurance, and the umpiring fees for all of our Junior teams.  

Do you accept block teams?

We accept block teams for 8 and 9 years, 18 years and Senior teams.
We do not accept block teams for junior teams – 10 years to 16 years.

How do you grade your players and teams?

To find out more information on how we grade players and teams, please click the Grading Policy under Policies & Constitution

Can I play with my friends?

For Netta, 8 and 9 years, YES, you can play with your friends. Once you hit 10 years and it is competition Netball, we grade all of our payers to ensure equal ability of players and to ensure a fairer competition.

Do you offer Duke of Ed volunteering experience?