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Who we are

Mandurah Netball Association was formed to provide a netball competition that was welcoming to all ages and levels of players. 

We aim to develop players, umpires & coaches, and to give them a good foundation and continuing development, to further their career in Netball.

Mandurah netball is the best way to get your pathway to higher netball, and the Fever in Time Program for our stars of tomorrow.


We run competitions for players from 6 years old, through our clubs and schools in the Mandurah area.

These competitions are called

NetSetGo for girls and boys 6-10 years, in Winter and Spring.

Junior Winter & Spring for girls and boy 11-17years.

Senior Winter & Spring for ladies 18year and over.


Each year we participate in the Netball WA run State Participation Championships, competing against other Associations around the State. 


We also have teams who compete with other Associations in a higher level of competition at the South West/Peel Regional Championships.


Athletes are viewed at these competitions for selection into the Peel Regional Acadamy Fever In Time Program

History of Mandurah Netball Association

Mandurah Netball Association began through the hard work and determination of the Life members you see on the wall in our First Aid room.  Along with many other hard-working people, these ladies are the foundation Mandurah Netball is based on.  The current committee endeavours to continue their hard work for the Netball Community of Mandurah. 


We started with two grass courts on the foreshore near where the Mandurah Tourist Information Center is today.

We moved to Thomson street with a few bitumen courts, which were quickly increased, toilet facilities shared with the footy boys, and a shed to sell lollies and drinks from.  Through the hard work and dedication of past committees, players, umpires and coaches, you have a much nicer and larger place to play netball.

Today we have 10 plexipave courts, equipment sheds, shelters, change rooms, toilet blocks and offices.  The hall and our courts, although built by the Association, are maintained and rented for use by the City of Mandurah.  Many other community groups use the hall so they too benefit from the hard work of our past members. 


We have been hoping for over 15 years to increase the number of our courts, to allow us to run our competition as other Associations do, on one day.  Currently, we run 3 days a week with the majority of our games on a Saturday, our Seniors competition on a Monday night, and our youngest players on a Friday after school.  This puts pressure on our Committee, who are all volunteers. 


The City of Mandurah has not been able to assist us as there is no suitable land available in Mandurah to build us a new facility, but we are in current negotiations to increase the number of courts.  At present, the State Government and the City of Mandurah, have commissioned a feasibility study and assessment, jointly paid for to determine the best course of action.  We have to wait to see what happens, but we are hopeful that our future will be bigger and better.  

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