GSAC Social Netball Competition
The Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre's netball competition is a social competition designed for fun and fitness.
Comp details: 10 Weeks - 15th October to 17th December 2020
- Online registration now available - please follow the link below to process payment and sign off the terms and conditions
- Registration and payment DUE by 7pm Friday 25th September
Registration fees for summer social netball comp is $840 for the team for the season. This includes registration and all game fees for the entire duration of the competition.
Individuals must be 13 years or over to register for the ladies comp (with parental consent). All registration and game fees must be paid prior to the game commencing. Players cannot take to the court until fees are paid.
All teams are to submit a Team Registration Form before commencement of the competition
Game rules and modifications
All matches played within the competition follow the standard netball rules as per Netball Australia but can be modified or changed at Centre Management’s discretion in the best interest and safety of all participants. There can be one or two umpires per game depending on availability. If any individual is interested in umpiring, please contact Netball Organiser Jess Thodey at email@example.com
Ladies Game duration
All matches will be 4 x 10-minute quarters, with a three-minute break at half time and a 30-second changing of ends and positions at quarter and three-quarter time.
Points will be awarded to teams in the rounds as follows:
- 2 points – win and win by forfeit
- 1 points – tie
- 0 point – loss
- 0 points – forfeit
Ladies comp time of game
Time slots for games are 5.30pm, 6.15pm, 7pm, 7.45pm and 8.30pm. Late arrivals will not delay game commencement. Games will start on time. There will be no injury time given during the rounds. It is the responsibility of team captains to make sure that all players know the time of their games and that team members arrive on time.
PLEASE NOTE: This netball comp is designed for fun. There is to be no slandering, pushing or rough play between teams or towards umpires.