A netball athlete’s growth is important to us here at Elite Netball Academy. It’s why we train smart and work hard to make a difference in netball. To help us explain how we look to grow athletes who attend our netball classes, we’ve put together a growth structure diagram:
Our weekly, term-time netball classes provide small-group coaching in an inclusive, fun and friendly environment where each player gets the attention and support they need to develop their game. No matter how much netball an athlete has played in the past, our inclusive netball classes provide young players with the chance to participate in a comfortable, energetic, and positive environment. The growth structure demonstrates how an athlete could move through our different levels of netball class.
How can I start playing netball?
We welcome new players in our Mini Netball classes for kids, this includes school years 3 – 6.
As athletes progress they can look to move into our High-Performance Centre or Junior Academy netball classes. To find out more and speak to us about what netball class would be the right one for your child, please fill out the form below:
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