1st – 3rd August Summer Performance Netball Camp
For netballers aged 10 – 16, take your netball to the next level this summer
Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd August at GSAL
Elite Netball Academy Performance camps represent an opportunity to develop players at pace due to the amount of quality contact coaching time on camp. Players will work with some of the best coaches in the country to work through consistent themes and development outcomes that take young athletes on a journey to develop their broader understanding of netball. On this journey, players will gain a broader understanding of the demands of elite sport and the off-court investment needed to develop into a great netball player.
Netball Performance camps are 3 – 5 days long and happen during school holidays. Keep your eyes peeled for more information on the next Performance Camp.
Who this is for?
For netballers aged 10 – 17 who are looking to improve their netball skills and take their game to the next level.
What do Performance camps cover?
- Strength and conditioning
- Health and wellbeing
- Positional awareness and development
- Ball and movement skills
- Speed and agility
- Mobility work
- Landing skills/plyometrics
- Technical sessions
- Structured gameplay
Performance camps will help you explore your netball potential. You’ll learn new skills and become more tactically aware while training with like-minded athletes. We can’t wait to see you working hard on your game and having a great time.
“What an opportunity for my 11-year-old daughter to train with, interact and become inspired by current and ex-International and Super League players. The improvement in her skill, fitness and confidence levels was amazing. Combined with training and mixing with players from other clubs, these camps are an absolute must for her all-round development. Heidi absolutely loves the Performance Camps and the improvement in her aptitude is immeasurable. For those with the ambition to reach the highest levels of netball, these camps are the foundations for their success.”Mark, Parent