FAQ

If you can’t find the answer to your question below, please check our contact page for the appropriate person to help you out.

 

What age group should my child be enrolled in for the 2017 season?

NSG 6-7 Activity/skills  Born 2010-2011  
NSG 8-9 Competition Born 2008-2009 
Junior 10&U Born  2007  
Junior 11&U  Born 2006 
Junior 12&U Born  2005
Junior 17&U Born 2003–2000
Opens Born 1999 and earlier

 

I’m having trouble registering online, who can help me?
If you have any queries regarding registration please contact our Registrar Debbie Whitehouse registrar@beaumarisnetballclub.com.au  or 0400 743 145

 

I’ve just had my ears pierced, can I tape them to play?
No, JNA Policy for Jewellery states:
1. As per the Official Rules of Netball 2007, Rule 1.4.3, no jewellery, pierced adornments (including
pierced ears) or other sharp objects may be worn.
2. A medic alert bracelet may be worn under a sweat band or must be adequately taped.
3. A wedding band may be worn but must be adequately taped.

 

I have long fingernails.  Can I keep them long and either tape them or wear gloves while playing?
No, JNA Policy for fingernails states:
Fingernails must be cut short and smooth. Taping is not allowed. Suitable gloves may be worn however
fingernails must still be short and smooth.

 

My child’s friend plays for Beaumaris Netball Club, can they be in the same team?
Children playing NSG 6’s & 7’s are not placed in teams, their sessions incorporate skill activities, minor games, music, dance and modified matches.
Children playing in grades from NSG 8&U to 10&U can request to be placed in a team with friends.  Please indicate this at time of registration.  We will do our best to accommodate your request but can not guarantee it.
All children playing grades 11&U to Open will be graded into teams that have a balanced group of players of similar ability.  Please refer to our grading page for more information.

 

I don’t know my NWA Membership Number, what should I do?
No problem, leave the space blank – Our Registrar has the NWA Membership numbers recorded for current players and will complete it for you.
If you are a new player, coach or umpire you will be given a NWA Membership Number once you have lodged the form.

 

When does the 2016 Winter Season Start?
Registration Day details are listed here.
Winter season registration Sunday 31st January 2016
Training will commence after grading and once coaches have been allocated.
Whilst the exact training times are to be determined by individual coaches, most will start training late March – early April.
Start dates for Games for the 2016 Winter Season will be advised soon – early indication is Saturday games will start on 30th April and Monday games will start on 2nd May – to be confirmed

 

How can I save money on fees?
KidSport enables eligible Western Australian children aged 5–18 years to participate in community sport and recreation by offering them financial assistance towards club fees.