All ages/abilities are welcome to come and play netball and have fun in half term.
Some workshops and matches provided during the day.
Venners Netball Club & Kingsley School are hosting a netball marathon to raise money to help one of Bude club members (player/umpire/coach) who has been dealt the harsh blow at such a young age.
All players, coaches, juniors (clubs and schools), brothers, boyfriends and husbands from across the region are invited to come and join in some netball fun. Teams can come together for extra practice, individuals can take part – ANYONE & EVERYONE WELCOME. The aim is to raise money, play netball and have FUN!
For more information or to book a slot on the netball marathon please click the link below!
Performance Pathway Coach
Salary - Circa £28,000 pro-rata per annum
Location - University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY
Type of Contract - Part time (8.5 hours/week) - Fixed Term until 31st March 2017
These are exciting times for England Netball, with a growing membership and regular television coverage.
The Performance Pathway Coaches are pivotal to the delivery of England Netball’s Regional Performance Pathway Programmes and the Performance Vision. England Netball is looking to recruit a dynamic and motivated coach with proven experience of working with Performance focused Athletes in an Academy or High Performance Environment. Knowledge of, and passion for the England Netball Performance vision is essential.
The Performance Pathway Coach will work with the South West Regional Management Board/Regional Performance Lead and TSG to establish and deliver, in the role as Lead Coach, the Regional Academy based at University of Bath. They will be specifically responsible for generating athletes of the right quality for the subsequent level of the England Performance Pathway through daily, year round training environments.
Cotswold Life Journalist, Debbie Graham, joined the Bourton-on-the-Water, Back to Netball Group for one of their Tuesday evening sessions. Debbie, a non netballer for many years, said she was a bundle of nerves joining the session, she gave a wonderful first hand account of what it's really like to play Netball for the first time since school. The article was publish in Cotswold Life's October issue and is certainly going to give the Gloucestershire Back to Netball sessions a real boost. Gloucestershire currently has three Back to Netball sessions active across the County, in Cirencester, Cheltenham and Bourton-on-the-Water. More than 55 women in Gloucestershire each week join these sessions to rekindle their love of Netball, get fit and meet new friends.