CHESTER NETBALL CLUB U13/U14 AND U15/16 TRIALS
If you have what it takes to play netball at the highest level we can help you succeed.
We have a long history of coaching players to regional and national levels and a currently national finalist runners up. With the aspiration of continuing this reputation we are currently looking for talented and dedicated athletes to expand our squads for our forthcoming regional and national competitions.
If you are committed and want to compete at a high level, have the drive to succeed then come along to our free trial at Ellesmere Port Sports Village on Wednesday 5th July. 5-7 pm
Please contact Brian Thomas on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07880781936
We look forward to meeting new potential players.
Chester Netball Club 2017 Junior Summer League
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Cheshire County Trials and Training
TRIALS NOW CLOSED
Following the changes in 2017 to the EN Talented Athlete Pathway, Cheshire County Netball are pleased to announce they are to continue with County Training for the next season with some minor changes to age groups.
Cheshire will continue to follow the EN academy training programme , offering athletes match play (which could include Cheshire Elite league), S&C, tour, classroom training, nutrition advice, team building, personal development, leadership, life skills.
Aiming to improve the athlete as a person as well as improving the athletes’ chances of being successful in the NSL Club trials (see EN article Budding Roses reroute into Superleague and Performance League Teams).
Cheshire Host Traveling Australian Netball Teams
The weekend of 13-15th January, Cheshire Netball hosted a weekend of netball and activities with Wanderers netball from Australia. The visitors came with an U14, U16 and U18 team plus coaching staff and a couple of parents.
The weekend started at Ellesmere Port Sports Village, where we had 2 hours of netball, with county satellite / academy and U19 squads providing the opposition, followed by a buffet for all, with lots of netball talk over the chopped carrots and cake.
The player then went off with county players, who all opened their homes to the visitors.
The following morning, we gathered at the Velodrome in Manchester, home of British cycling, with the coaches been a little more excited about their surroundings than the players. Once again U14, U16 and U19 teams provided the opposition along with the U16 development POD; we exchanged gifts with Thunder bags, pens and keyrings (keeping is small and light due to baggage limits).
Cheshire’s host / organiser, Phil, arranged for the team to then go to Bolton Wanderers to watch a football game. Not sure the girls understood what was going on the field although they enjoyed the half time welcome on the large score board and joining in the local chants of “Wanderers! Wanderers!” A second evening with our generous parents / player hosts and the travelling adults had a get together at Phil’s home.
A final farewell at 9am Sunday morning, with thoughts of Cheshire going to Australia for the return journey – we wish! The visitors are running a blog – to see more click on
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Junior Club Starter Fund
Netball clubs are at the heart of our sport whether newly developing, small and compact or big and busy and we want to support the development of clubs to enable more people to take part. Netball clubs enable people to be involved in the game on a regular basis and we want to support clubs to encourage more young people to play netball.
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ADL Tutor Training Courses
New course dates have been released for the ADL Tutor Training Course.
Bring your passion and expertise to a career with England Netball. We are looking for inspirational individuals to support the training of coaches and officials. At England Netball, you’ll find a learning environment that prioritises your development, encourages you to fulfil your potential and assists you in reaching your wider career goals.
Netball is the number one team sport played by women and girls, 1.7 million children play in school and over 150,000 play weekly. It is an exciting time, the game continues to grow in popularity and England Netball are revolutionising it’s approach to training the people who make the game happen. Join our tutor and assessor workforce and help us take netball to the next level.”
For more details and course dates please check out http://www.englandnetball.co.uk/make-the-game/officiating/Tutor_Training
Please ensure that you sign up right away as spaces are limited!!!!
Queens School are looking for a Coach
4 till 5pm
Payment to be discussed.
If interested, please contact James via email@example.com
2 x Paid Coaching Opportunities
Imagine 8 NC are looking for a Head Coach.
They train at The Grange School in Runcorn,
u'12s & u'13s - 7 till 8pm
u'14s - 8 till 9pm
Expenses and Coaching hours payment to be discussed, if interested but can not do the day/time above the Club will accommodate change if necessary.
If interested, please contact Sue via firstname.lastname@example.org
Message from Gareth Smith - MMU Sport
I am from Manchester Met. University in Cheshire. We (MMU Sport) are currently looking to recruit a Level 2 qualified coach to work with our Netball club during the 2015/2016 season. The position is paid at a rate of £36 per session and £54 per game (for the duration of 23 weeks).
I would be grateful if you could send this information on to your coaches
Anyone interested in the position should send their CV to email@example.com.
New League - Cheshire East
New League - Cheshire West
Netball Coach Required.