Category Archives: Umpire News & Updates

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Senior and Sub-Junior Competition

As some may be aware, SADNA were in discussion regarding moving few Sub-Junior teams to be playing on the Friday night competition to help with court space.

The Outcome (From SADNA):

Monday Night: 95 teams

8 team draws for Seniors which would include extra Byes.  Then need to throw in 2 extra games during the season 1 on 19/12/17 and the 2nd game on 22/1/18.  This would still give the teams 12 games to play and 4 Byes during the season.

NO effect to the Intermediate grades who will still play at 7.00pm on Monday night.

Tuesday night:

Because we have 51 teams nominated for Sub-Juniors we will require 23 courts.  The top sub-junior team will need to play at the 8.10pm time-slot.

No Sub-Junior teams will be playing Friday, all Sub-Juniors and Juniors will be playing on Tuesday nights.

This change effects 4 senior grades – A3, B1, B2 & B4.

The extra games will be played on the 19/12/17 and 22/1/18.  Should be able to play all of these games at 7.00pm.

We will try to have the fixtures completed and available by the 4th October, 2018.  If we have any issues with this date we will notify clubs.

No change to Friday nights.


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Winter 2017 Premiers

Wow, what a season!

Tea Tree Gully Netball Club would like to congratulate all of our members on participating this season! We’re so proud of all of our players and coaches with their development over the season.

Our club had a very successful season walking away with 9 premierships! Well done P3, B1, C1, C2, C3, J1, J2, J4, SJ4 on winning your grand finals and well done to our 4 runners up it is such an achievement to even make finals!

We’d also like to thank our umpires for all of their hard work and dedication over this season, without you the games wouldn’t go ahead!

Bring on Summer 17/18!

LETS GO GULLIES LETS GO


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Trials Summer 2017

What a successful Summer 2017 Trial day!

The first year Tea Tree Gully Netball Club has held trials in an indoor, heated/aircon venue (Burragah Recreation Centre) and what a success!

Thank you for the cooperation during this time, and understanding of the trialling process. Well done to all the girls who trialled, we look forward to seeing you all again once teams are announced at a later date. It is great to see so much talent coming out of our club!

Thank you and well done to the committee for setting up and organising trials, and good-luck to the grading committee who have a tough job ahead. Another thanks to Alan and Ash for cooking the BBQ. Thanks also to our wonderful umpires; Leanne Fleet, Keeley Fleet, Kate Maxted and Taya Britton and Kasey, Sarah, Amy and Rielee for helping where ever required. Great job to Helen and Gemma Burvill for assisting the grading committee in warm ups and positions.

Lastly, a major thank you to Lattitude for supporting our club and warming up the girls who had a blast!


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Umpires Wanted

Umpires Wanted

Have you ever considered the benefits of becoming an umpire? We have! Umpiring provides you so much more than just the ability to officiate the rules of the game. It can make you feel:

Connected – Umpiring is a great way to make friends for life and be an integral part of the vibrant netball community.

Respected – Umpires provide the opportunity for everyone to play the game in a safe, fair and enjoyable environment. Umpiring also develops skills that can be used for life: communication, resilience and leadership just to name a few!

Energised – Umpiring lets you experience the thrill of the game, contributes towards maintaining a healthy lifestyle and offers a pathway to participate in the sport at the highest level.

There are many opportunities to become involved as an umpire in Netball, with clear pathways and support structures available for those aspiring to officiate at the highest level. (Netball SA website)

Contact Helen Ortenstein on 0407 212 174

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