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2024 The Mutual Bank Winter Competition 

  • Woolworths NetSetGO - you're young, you're small, and you've got energy to burn! It's time to play netball. Australia's official starter program to the game of netball.

    • Net - aimed at 5 to 6 year olds, register with one of our local clubs where they'll teach you the fundamental skills and activities then play games each Saturday in our Under 6s' competition​

    • Set - aimed at 7 to 8 year olds, register with one of our local clubs, they will focus on refining your skills and you will play games each Saturday in our Under 8s competition

    • Go - aimed at 9 to 10 year olds, focuses on developing natural specific skills, register with your local club and play your games each Saturday in our Under 10s competition

    • NetSetGo tiers are open to boys and girls to participate of all playing levels 

  • Junior Divisions - for girls and boys aged 11 to 12 years. Get involved in your local club and learn from great local coaches. You will play across a full season which includes final series for those team who finish in the top 4 on the competition ladder. 

  • Girls Intermediate Divisions - for girls aged 13 to 17 years. This is a graded competition on playing ability.

  • Mixed Intermediate Division - enables boys and girls aged 13 to 17 years to play in the same team in their own separate division. This means that girls are able to play two games in one day and allows the boys to continue on their playing pathway in Port Stephens. 

  • Senior Divisions - for women aged 18 years and older. This is graded competition allowing for those looking to play for fun and fitness, or for competition.

  • Mixed Senior Division - continuing the pathway for our men and enabling women to play two games in the one day. Junior players can register to play in Senior divisions where they have the playing ability. 


  • Walking Netball - is exactly what it sounds like: netball played at a slower, more joint-friendly pace. It’s one part exercise class, one part netball, tailored for senior players who still want to soak up the physical and social parts of the sport. Age and fitness don’t matter too much. It’s more about getting out there to play netball and stay active.

  • Become an Umpire  - Netball umpiring isn’t really about enforcing rules. It’s an integral part of the netball community. Umpires help keep the game safe, fair and fun for everyone. Not to mention developing personal skills like communication, resilience and leadership.

  • Become a Coach - A coach has the responsibility of developing players to show respect for the game, their opponents, umpires, officials and supporters.

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