NetSetGO is an introductory netball program sponsored by the SUNCORP, aimed at children aged 5 to 10 years of age. It involves a range of skills activities, minor games and modified matches to foster learning and a love of netball.
Berwick offers a NetSetGO program each term which is facilitated by club players.
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Casey Netball Association (CNA).
BNC enter teams for Monday afternoons ( 9 & U ) Wednesday ( 11&U - 17&U ) and Saturday ( 9&U - 15&U ) indoor seasons in the Casey Association, Cranbourne.
Seasons commence every January and run, Terms 1 & 2 - Autumn, Terms 3 & 4 Spring. Game times vary dependent on ages, 4.15 through to 9.35pm
With an upgrade in 2017 Casey Netball Association allows all teams to play under one roof throughout the playing times and days. MOre works are commencing in late September to further improve this already wonderful facility.
Casey have representative teams which play in both tournaments and at Jells Park, Glen Waverley on a Thursday night throughout the year. 2018 have seen 20 players from BNC represent in these teams from 11 & U to 17 & U. These try out dates are Sunday October 21st & October 28th.
Located at Cranbourne Indoor Sports Centre, Cranbourne-Berwick Rd, Cranbourne East 3977
Association Links: Casey Netball Association
AFL Outer East
Berwick participates in the AFL Victoria Outer East Football Netball League (AFLOE), alongside the Berwick Football Club. In season 2019 this new league was formed combining the previous SEFNL and Yarra Ranges Leagues, giving the competition a 3 tiered divisional football and netball competition.
The strongest teams and players play in this outdoor only competition, where netball teams play on the same fixture as the local football clubs. Berwick enters 10 teams per season, including 4 Senior teams (A, B, C and D grades) and 6 Junior teams (13&U Blue / White, 15 & U Blue / White and 17 & U Blue / White).
The fixture is based on a Home and Away fixture, where every second week you travel to another club's home ground / court. An entry fee for people over the age of 16, is $10. This increases during the final series.
Moving into the AFL OE, are Beaconsfield, Narre Warren, ROC, Pakenham, Doveton and Cranbourne.