Want to play netball in a relaxed, friendly and fun environment, with no hard fast rules & regulations? Well if you do, then the Seaside Netball League may be for you!!
The Seaside Netball League is a brand new Summer League, taking place on Wednesday evenings from March 2013.
The aim of the league is to encourage players of all abilities to come and play netball for fun, by providing a flexible approach to how the games are officiated and managed, and a relaxed atmosphere to play in. There is no Committee, everyone is equal and can decide by individual voting how the League is run.
The league will:
The League will be as flexible as possible, to make sure all fixtures can be fulfilled, and that you get to play as much netball as you want to! We anticipate that:
We are looking for expressions of interest from teams so we can finalise the arrangements as soon as possible.
Not have any rules regarding standard of players, trial players, or playing for more than one team – enter a team with your friends from other established teams if you like!!
Not have any rules regarding playing for other teams. If your team is short, borrow from another, we don’t mind, as long as you get to play!
You don’t need to provide a scorer – you can if you want!
We provide a qualified umpire.
Always have a qualified Coach on hand to offer you tips and advice before, after and where possible, during a game, if you want it – we are more than happy to help you develop as a player!
Not penalise you or give out fines – all we ask is that costs are covered. If you can’t make a fixture just give us time to cancel – “we are a not-for-profit League” – we will do our best to accommodate your game in the first instance.
Not insist on players being England affiliated – although when you register you must sign a disclaimer, and we recommend arranging your own personal accident insurance.
Age limit players must be 14 years and above.
Games will be played at either 7pm or 8pm on a Wednesday evening at Stanley Park
Games will cost approximately £20 per team, this includes an umpire fee
Dependant on numbers of teams entering, there will be two or three divisions, very loosely based on previous playing experience of the MAJORITY of the players.