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AUGUST 2018

 

From the CEO ... Lynette Brady

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                                                           Representative Photos; Sunday 17th June 2018


What's On!

 

Social Competitions

Social Twilight (Wednesday evenings) 6 weeks

 

Block 5 - 5th September to 10th October 

Registrations close 29th August 

Inside 5a-side (Monday evenings) 6 weeks

Block 4 - 1st October to 26th November 

Registrations close 24th September 

Fast 5 Wednesday and Friday mornings

9.30 am to 10.30 am

$5.00 casual or $40 concession ticket

ALL WELCOME

Important Dates

Club prize Giving 

Saturday 1st September 

3:30pm, Function Room 

Club & Club Premier Finals

Saturday 1st September, Arena

Prem 2 at 11:30am

Prem 1 at 1:00pm 

College Premier to Open A Final 

Saturday 25th August 

All teams will have finals 

Premier Major Final will be in the Arena at 10:30am 

 


Umpire Information

School Holiday Courses 

Date: Monday 1st October 2018

Cost:$50.00

Time: 9.00am - 4.30pm

What: One day Theory class covering the basic rules of umpiring. Open to year 8, secondary school students and adults. Option to sit Junior Theory at the end of class. 

 

Date: Tuesday 2nd October 2018

Cost: $10.00

Time: 9:00am-12.00pm 

What: Practical session (must have junior theory pass or done theory class) covering protocols, team bench area, spectator area, terminology to players, positioning goal line/side line. 

 

Date: Thursday 4th October 2018

Time: 9.00am - 4.30pm

Cost:$50.00

What: One day Theory class covering the basic rules of umpiring. Open to year 8, secondary school students and adults. Option to sit Junior Theory at the end of class. 

 

Date: Friday 5th October 2018

Time: 9:00am-12.00pm 

Cost: $10.00

What: Practical session (must have junior theory pass or done theory class) covering protocols, team bench area, spectator area, terminology to players, positioning goal line/side line. 

 

Date: Monday 8th October 2018 

Time: 9.00am - 4.30pm

Cost:$50.00

What: One day Theory class covering the basic rules of umpiring. Open to year 8, secondary school students and adults. Option to sit Junior Theory at the end of class. 

 

Date: Tuesday 9th October 2018

Time: 9:00am-12.00pm 

Cost: $10.00

What: Practical session (must have junior theory pass or done theory class) covering protocols, team bench area, spectator area, terminology to players, positioning goal line/side line. 

 

Date: Thursday 11th October 2018 

Time: 9.00am - 4.30pm

Cost:$50.00

What: One day Theory class covering the basic rules of umpiring. Open to year 8, secondary school students and adults. Option to sit Junior Theory at the end of class. 

 

Date: Friday 12th October 2018 

Time: 9:00am-12.00pm 

Cost: $10.00

What: Practical session (must have junior theory pass or done theory class) covering protocols, team bench area, spectator area, terminology to players, positioning goal line/side line. 

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Reminder 

Reminder that players are not able to play with earrings on ... NO taped earrings. Players will be asked to leave the court. This is not a new rule and we are seeing this more as students have had ears pierced during the school holidays. This is for the player concerned safety, as well as the other players on court.

For any queries please contact Sharon Fraser: sharon@netbalnorthharbour.co.nz

Rule of the Month:

Obstruction of a player not in possession of the ball 

  • A player who is within 0.9m (3ft) of an opponent (measured on the ground) may stretch out arms to:
  • Catch, deflect or intercept a pass or a fake pass
  • Catch, deflect or bat a rebound from an unsuccessful shot at goal 
  • Momentarily signal for a pass or to indicate the intended direction of a movement 
  • A player who is within 0.9m (3ft) of an opponent (measured between nearer feet on the ground) may not, whether attacking or defending, use movements that take the arms away from the body so as to limit the possible movement of an opponent, except as required for natural body stance.

For more of the above rules and information please refer to Rule 11.2 of the International Netball Federation Rule Book


Spot The Ball Competition 

Congratulations to Annie from Ponsonby Intermediate who won the Spot the ball competition that featured in our Players Handbook. Annie won tickets for two to a ANZ Championship game and a fresh pair of ASICS shoes sponsored by Smiths Sports Shoes. Well done Annie!

 

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Annie From Ponsonby Intermediate 


Representative Program

Congratulations to Asher Mason, Daisy Hurley and Monique Rousseau who were all name in the U19 tournament team at NZ Nationals. 

 

Congratulations to Charli Foster and Olyvia Baggett named in the tournament team for the U15's grade.

 

Well done to all the girls that played throughout Tournament week, great netball shown across all grades.

 

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Year 7/8 To view the Year 7 teams, please click here
  To view the Year 8 teams, please click here
Year 9 To view the Year 9 teams, please click here
  To view the U15 Teams, please click here
U15/17/19 To view the U17 Teams, please click here
  To view the U19 Squad, please click here

 

For more information on the Representative program, such as player commitment, tournament dates etc, please click here


Year 6 Field Day

On the last Wednesday of Term 2, the annual Year 6 Field Day tournament was held with 64 teams in attendance.  All teams had a great day with the following teams taking out the honours for 2018:

Grade A Winners:  Northcote 1

Grade B Winners:  Pt Chevalier 2

Grade C Winners:  Browns Bay 3

Grade D Winners:  Forres Hill 2

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                              Northcote 1 - Winners A Grade                                               Pt Chevalier 2 - B Grade Winners

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                     Browns Bay 3 - C Grade Winners                                        Forrest Hill 2 - D Grade Winners


Junior Mid Season Tournaments

It's been a busy time for our Junior tournaments.  At the end of Term 2 we held the Year 7 to Year 10 tournament with 50 teams attending and at the end of the school holidays the Year 4 to Year 6 tournament. 

Congratulations to all the teams that attended and the winners of their respective grades:

Year 4 - Willow Park FLyers

Year 5 Red - Gulf Harbour Mystics

Year 5 Black - Albany 5/1

Year 6 Red - Pinehurst Year 6

Year 6 Black - Browns Bay 6/1

Year 7A - Kristin 7/1

Year 7B - Ballisix

Year 7C - Reremoana Vixens

Year 8A - MYS Mystics

Year 8B - Wairau Gold

Year 9/10A - Maroon 10

Year 9/10B - St Marys College

 

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Netball North Harbour App

With the start of the season, the App is the perfect place to find your draws and results!  If you haven't aready, download the App from your phone store (search Netball North Harbour).  It's a great tool for draws, up and coming events and programmes. 

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Facility & Events

Carparking

  • Our car park has been repainted, but is a lot narrower than previous years due to the footpath work, as a result of this several spots are now NO PARKING and are marked with yellow lines or say No Parking!
  • Please note, There is no parking in front of the pedestrian crossing on Northcote Rd.  This is now a No Parking area due to the narrowness of those carparks as well as for the safety of pedestrians crossing the road.
  • Please keep your speed down and keep an eye out for people (especially children) running in and out around cars.
  • Please respect and adhere to the instructions given by the Maori Wardens.  They are there for the safety of all and have the full backing of Netball North Harbour and the NZ Police.
  • Please don't leave valuables in your car as we have had break-ins in the carpark in the past.

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Lost Property 

The lost property box that is located in our Cafe is filled to the top with lots of items that need to find a home. Have a look through if you have lost something over the past few weeks, you'll be surprised what you find in there! 

 

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Don't forget our rules here at NNH, they are there for a reason!  We have just spent thousands of dollars over summer fixing 3 courts due to water damage which is caused by sharp objects such as umbrella points digging into the rubberised surface.

**No dogs (except Guide Dogs) ** No scooters or bikes **

**No smoking or vapors anywhere on the premises (including the carpark)**

**No stilletos ** No chewing gum! (this sticks to the courts and can't be removed)


 

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