Suitable for the novice to competitive league player
Created from outdoor netball (and with basketball in mind), indoor netball is a 6-a-side version game. Fast paced and fun, this social game is played inside one of the fully net enclosed courts.
Indoor netball is becoming increasingly popular to wide range of people. Suitable as well for those who have never played before, this is a fun game which is simple to learn – and a great way to meet new people.
If you like to play competitive outdoor netball or even basketball, indoor netball is the sport for you, as it offers the same fast, fun challenge.
|Location(s):||93 Hutt Park Road, Hutt Park, Moera|
|League Types Available:||
Mixed leagues (Mon – Fri)
Ladies league (Tues only)
|Team Numbers Required:||6 players on court, maximum of 8 people per team, per game.|
|Registration & Weekly Fees:||
Mon to Thur Graded teams – Game fees are $66 per game.
Registration fee – nil.
|Next League Starts:||
2019/20 Summer League – Starts October 28th – Ends March 8th, 2020 (16 weeks)
*The Summer league will see a two week break over the Xmas/NY holiday period.
2020 Autumn League – Starts 9th March – Ends 5th July, 2020 (17 weeks)
2020 Winter League – Starts 6th July – Ends 25th October, 2020 (17 weeks)
2020/21 Summer League 2020/21 – Starts 26th October – Ends March, 2021 (16 weeks)
How our Indoor Netball competition works
There are three leagues played (Autumn, Winter and Summer) which last around 15 weeks. The first 3-4 weeks is a grading period, followed by around 13 weeks of competition rounds. Your team can expect to play at least one game a week during this period.
At the end of each season, there are final matches which determine a winner for each grade.
Each game runs for 40 minutes – spilt into 4 quarters of 9 minutes). The game begins after a toss-up at the trans-verse line between two centre players from opposing teams. To score a goal, the ball needs to go through the hoop at your end of the court.
Each goal scored (through the hoop inside the half semi circle at the end of the court) will earn 1 point for the team, and shooting outside the semi circle earns 2 points. The use of the sideline nets to pass the ball around makes the game even more exciting.
If you want to know more, check out the rules here.
Team grading ensures the pace is challenging while suited to your level of ability and fitness
If you’re looking to increase your fitness, have fun with your friends or increase your netball skills, indoor netball is the game for you. The large number of teams and effective grading system will help to ensure you are placed in a team that suits you.
Both ladies and mixed indoor netball teams accepted
Mixed teams are made up on a 3/3 ratio (or ladies and men). There are also grades for Ladies teams only.