1st - Riverside A
2nd - Greencroft
3rd - Seatonians
4th - Ponteland
5th - Novos A
6th - Novos B
7th - Raiders
8th - Gateshead
9th - Stadium
10th - Durham Palatinates
11th - Riverside B
1st - Raiders
2nd - Riverside
3rd - Durham Palatinates
4th - Novos
5th - Gateshead
6th - Stadium
7th - Greencroft
8th - Ponteland
1st - Riverside
2nd - Ponteland
3rd - Greencroft
4th - Stadium
5th - Great Park A
6th - Raiders
8th - Great Park C
9th - Great Park B
Results of the Junior Tournament held at Burnside College on Sunday 10th June. Thank you to everyone, players, coaches, umpires, parents, supporters, officials for helping to make it a great day. And the sun shone!!
England Netball have a fantastic opportunity for a confident Level 2 coach, to be a coach in one of our commercial Netball Events out in Valkenberg, Holland, with our partners Masterclass on Monday 2nd – Friday 6th April.
This will involve traveling to Valkenberg on Monday 2nd April, with coaching days on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, which will also include some game time from time to time with a mini tournament at the end of the week for the awards night on Thursday evening. The sessions you will be delivering will be to various schools/clubs aged U12 – U15 of mixed ability, and all equipment will be provided. You will then return on Friday 6th April.
You will be staying in one of the towns Spa hotels, and will include around 4-6hours coaching during the day, with the rest of the time to do as you please. All travel, accommodation and food will be provided for the duration of the festival and we are also offering a contribution of £100 per coach.
If you are interested in this exciting opportunity please get in touch with Mark Pinder (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible with any questions you may have and to sign up.
This is on a first come first served basis.
CLICK HERE to go to the Tournaments Page for the full Poster
Following the recent announcement from Netball Europe regarding fitness tests and the C Award qualification process, Tyne & Wear County would like to clarify the following:
The requirement for umpires wishing to officiate in the Tyne and Wear County League to pass a fitness test is part of the Tyne and Wear County League Rules set in September 2017 and applies to both the Winter and Spring Leagues. This requirement is local to the Tyne and Wear County Leagues and other leagues will have their own criteria around umpiring.
The requirement was introduced around 4 years ago, in part to address a number of complaints from players and clubs regarding the level of fitness of the umpires officiating their matches.
The recent change publicised by England Netball, relates to removing the requirement for unqualified umpires to do a fitness test as a pre requisite for their C Award Assessment and replace it with a "new section of assessment criteria which will be used to assess a learner’s fitness and concentration". This section is currently under development by Netball Europe.
Further info regarding the changes can be found at the England Netball Officiating Facebook page.
England Netball Officiating
If anyone needs further clarification please contact the Officiating Secretary directly on Officiating@tyneandwearnetball.net
The TWCNA General Meeting will be held at Blue Flames Sporting Club on Thursday 4th January 2018, starting at 7pm.
Clubs are requested to send either their Club Secretary, Coach or Affiliations Officer, or all three, to the meeting as a number of important issues are going to be discussed in addition to confirmation of Spring League Entries. It is important that this information is relayed back to all members of your club.
The Agenda for the meeting will include the following:
b. Additional Players/2nd Affiliation new process for season 2018-19 c.
All clubs wishing to enter teams in the county Spring League are required to send two club representatives to the meeting, however as a number of important issues are being outlined and discussed clubs are able to send as many representatives as they wish. It is recommended that any club members who deal with affiliations or umpires should definitely attend.
Entry Forms will be sent electronically to Club Secretaries and published on the website. The league fee of £190 per team, must be paid on the night. Teams requiring Invoices should contact the Competition Officer in advance of the meeting to request these. Cheques should be made payable to TWCNA. Clubs who wish to pay electronically will be given a reference on the night of the meeting and should pay their fee within 2 weeks of the meeting.
Any queries can be directed to the Competitions Officer(s) via email: email@example.com
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