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Netball

One of Australia’s most loved sports, netball is fast paced, a great workout and most importantly, a lot of fun. At Cockburn ARC we have Womens and Mixed competitions suitable for anyone, no matter how experienced you are (ages 16 years and over) following the traditional rules and playing the game you love. 

Join a competition

Cockburn ARC offers Womens and Mixed competitions for all levels ranging from beginners to experienced players (ages 16 years and over) on Tuesdays and Thursdays evenings from 6 to 10pm. 

  • Registrations for the Winter Season are now open!

    Register your team at the link below. Registrations close on Thursday 14 July 2022. 

    REGISTER A TEAM
     

    Register as an individual!

    Don’t have a team? We have partnered with Just Play to give everyone the chance to get involved in our competitions, regardless of whether you have your own team or not.

    How does it work? Just Play sorts keen individuals into teams. You can enter Just Play on your own or with one or two friends and can be places on the same team.

    REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL 

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    Below is the Winter Season timetable and fixtures:

    Tuesday Thursday
    Women's and Mixed (standard)Women's and Mixed (standard & 5's)

    Fixtures 

    Fixtures will be completed and posted after registrations are closed to ensure fairness of game times to all teams. Senior competitions will start from 6pm and finish at 10pm. 

    Fixtures and results

  • Payment

    Teams will be required to nominate a credit card prior to the commencement of your first game, which will debit the day before your game, on a week by week basis. The weekly game fee is $71 per team, no registration fees. ​

    Forfeits

    All forfeits the day prior to your match will incur your regular game fee ($71). Forfeits the same day of your game will incur an additional $71 fee ($142).  

    Cancellations

    At the end of the season, you can decide whether your team continues on in to the next. If you wish to withdraw mid-season, you will lose your $210 fee. 

    No refunds will be provided unless in extenuating circumstances. 

  • Need help adding a player, making a payment or finding fill-players? Check out these step-by-step instructions on how to best manage your team through the Spawtz portal. 

    Manage your team
  • Below is the Winter Season timeline:
    Start date Monday 18 July
    Grading periodMonday 18 July to Thursday 28 July
    Season games Monday 1 August to Thursday 15 September
    Semi-finals Monday 19 September to Thursday 22 September
    Grand-finals Monday 26 September to Thursday 29 September
    Season endsThursday 29 September
  • All rules are as per the official Netball Australia rule book, with minor amendments intended to enhance the playing experience at Cockburn ARC.  Please consult your Team Sports Coordinator for specific rule clarification.
     
    All participants play at their own risk.  

    Teams are responsible for organising their own bibs with positions front and back.
     
    Games consist of two eighteen minute halves, with a one minute half-time break and a three minute changeover period.
     
    Game start times are: 6:00pm, 6:40pm, 7:20pm, 8:00pm, 8:40pm, 9:20pm.
     
    All registered teams are expected to be available to play at these times.

    Player and spectator behaviour

    The moment you set foot in Cockburn ARC Sports Stadium, you have become a custodian of our sporting community.  Players and spectators must understand that they are just as responsible for creating a positive and inclusive environment as administrators and referees.  Anti-social and aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated by your teammates, opposition players, spectators, officials and competition organisers alike, and individuals who fail to acknowledge their responsibility to maintaining this social environment for all will only be making participation less enjoyable for themselves and others.
     
    Any on or off-court incidents deemed to be anti-social will be dealt with accordingly and at the discretion of the Sports Team Leader, Programs Coordinator or and an authorised representative of the Cockburn ARC.  This may include ejection from the playing arena, short and long term suspensions, and if necessary, permanent banning from the Cockburn ARC for offending individuals and/or teams.

    Spirit of the game

    At Cockburn ARC, the focus will always be on getting games to go ahead so that all teams can enjoy the consistency of knowing they have an opposition to play each week.  This will occasionally result in cross-division fixtures, teams coming off of a bye or teams being asked to play twice in an evening.  The allocating of competition points in such cases will be managed by a Team Sports Leader.
     
    We want to foster a social environment where everyone can feel like they are free to participate.  Players from any team (regardless of division) during the regular season are welcome to fill in for any other side.  However, this is only permissible when a team is short of regular players (it is an expectation that teams uphold the spirit of the game).
     
    Players are welcome to feature in multiple sides during the regular season (including within the same division).  However, if a player qualifies for finals for two sides in the same division, he or she may only represent one team during the subsequent finals series (semi-finals and grand finals).
     
    Referees and Sports Team Leaders reserve the right to deny a player from playing within, or ‘filling in’, for another team.  In other cases, a non-regular player may also be told that they can only play on a wing for that game.  Such decisions will be based on a perception of fairness for the opposition team, and will be a judgement call made the Referee or Sports Team Leader at the time.
     
    Rule clarification
     
    • All players must be sixteen years or older to play in the competitions.
    • A minimum of five players are required to start the game.
    • There is no maximum number of players allowed to compete during a regular season game; however finals games are capped at ten players per team (three substitutes).

    Mixed – there must be no more than three males on the court at any one time, with a minimum of one male.
     
    • 1 Male Playing
    • Any Position
    • 2 Males Playing
    • One: GS,GA,WA,C,WD
    • One: GK,GD,WD,C,WA
    • 3 Males Playing
    • One: GS,GA,WA
    • One: WA,C,WD
    • One: GK,GD,WD
     
    • Sharp adornments and jewellery must be removed or taped. Fingernails are to be cut short or taped (gloves are acceptable) to the satisfaction of the umpire.
    • Players must have played a minimum of three games to qualify for finals.
    • All players must be in same colour uniform shirts (under bibs) and bibs are to be of the same colour.
    • Out of court – a ball or player must be over the line to be considered ‘out of court’. On the line is NOT out.
    • All Australian Netball Association Rules apply unless stated otherwise in the Cockburn ARC By- Laws.

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