Junior Netball Overview

Registrations for the 2022 season are now open.

Active Kids Vouchers need to be completed prior to registering if you want the discount.

Go to the registration page to register.

Each year Chatswood Rangers Junior Netball enters teams in the Northern Suburbs Netball Association competition. The competition is played during the winter months, with games usually commencing in late March or early April and running through until August or September, depending on the age group. Please note games are typically not scheduled for school holidays.

The games are played on Friday nights and Saturday mornings at two main venues:

  • For players in teams 10-years-old and above games are played at the NSNA netball courts at Small St Willoughby (adjacent to the Willoughby Leisure Centre)
  • For girls and boys under 10 years old playing in what is now known as NetSetGO! Courts will be allocated closer to the start of the season.

Why play netball?

What a fantastic game netball is! Not only is it played throughout Australia and New Zealand but also many other parts of the world as diverse as Africa, Asia, the UK and Europe, North America and the Caribbean. It doesn’t matter what level of skill or fitness you have or whether or not you have played before. Did you know that netball is the team sport with the most number of participants in Australia, not just among females but for both genders?

Netball leads to improved fitness levels and also encourages the learning ball skills and helps develop teamwork. Just as importantly players make new friends, improve their co-ordination and increase their self-confidence whilst having a lot of fun at the same time.

At Chatswood Rangers Junior Netball, we’re passionate about our daughters, their friends and other local children having a strong and viable local community sporting club to represent. We have girls from a large number of local primary and high schools playing for the club, including Artarmon, Chatswood, Lane Cove West, Mowbray, Roseville, WGHS and many others. We feel that Chatswood Rangers can offer a friendlier and more personal club, with the opportunity for the players to learn under the BEST coaches and umpires in the game. As Rangers is a community rather than school club it gives the players the chance to meet girls from other schools and thus make many new friends.

Our main focus is grassroots participation and encouraging girls to enjoy a healthy lifestyle by participating in a team sport activity, particularly as they move into their teenage years. We’re always proud of our players who make the representative teams and go on to win local awards, as several Rangers players and officials have done in recent years.

Chatswood Rangers is not only a friendly community club but we’re also very competitive on the court! With 150 Junior players and 17 teams we’re big enough to offer players of all abilities a challenging experience on the court. 

How does junior netball work?   

Junior netball is a winter sport mainly running in terms 2 & 3.

In advance of the season:

·     There is a selection process (grading) which serves to form and register the teams;

·     Followed by pre-season training sessions so the girls understand the basics of the game and get to know their teammates before the actual competition commences .

Please note that all girls who register will be placed in a team.

Chatswood Rangers Junior Netball plays in the Northern Suburbs Netball Association (NSNA) competition.

For specific NSNA competition information/rules please refer to the NSNA website (see tab under Junior Netball).

Download the Statement by a supplier form.  

Junior Netball Fees  

The fees will remain unchanged for the 2022 season for junior netball ($275 inc GST).

If an Active Kids voucher is applied, this will reduce the fees to $175.

Junior Netball Grading

Junior Netball grading is being held on:

Week 1

9th Feb 2022

U13’s 5.30pm – 6.15pm
U14’s 6.30pm – 7.15pm
U15’s 7.30pm – 8.15pm

13th Feb 2022

U10’s 9.00am – 9.45am
U11’s 10.00am – 10.45am
U12’s 11.00am – 11.45am

Week 2

16th Feb 2022

U13’s 5.30pm – 6.15pm
U14’s 6.30pm – 7.15pm
U15’s 7.30pm – 8.15pm

20th Feb 2022

U10’s 9.00am – 10.15am
U11’s 10.15am – 11.15am
U12’s 11.15am – 12.00pm

NetSetGo Gathering – 10.00am

Week 3

(as needed)

23rd Feb 2022

U13’s 5.30pm – 6.15pm
U14’s 6.30pm – 7.15pm
U15’s 7.30pm – 8.00pm

27th Feb 2022

U10’s 9.00am – 10.15am
U11’s 10.15am – 11.15am
U12’s 11.15am – 12.00pm


Junior Netball Training

Please note the times may vary according to coaching availability.

Training is held each Wednesday night throughout the season at Willoughby Leisure Centre Outdoor Courts (Small Street Willoughby):

Net Set Go (School Groups) held at schools if organised accordingly.
– 5.30pm to 6.30pm (Small St Courts)
Under 10’s – Under 12’s – 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Under 13’s – Under 15’s – 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Wet Weather

If netball is to be cancelled due to weather conditions, an email will be sent out and the cancellation will be posted on our website.

The 2022 Season

The Northern Suburbs Netball Association (NSNA) season Round 1 commences on Friday 1st April. Please note that NetSetGo will play Sunday morning from Sunday 3rd April 2022. Confirmation of the first round will be provided as soon as confirmed by the NSNA.

Upcoming details of games (such as court numbers) can be found on the NSNA website:



Available for purchase from the online shop (opening soon). It is recommended that you purchase your uniform as soon as possible.

Cost $60.

The same uniform is worn by both Junior and Senior Netball players.


If you or your child are interested in coaching, please email the Junior Netball Secretary via juniornetball@chatswoodrangers.com.au who will then coordinate further information with the appropriate convenor.

All coaches need to complete the Netball Australia Foundation Course in addition to attending at least one NSNA coaching clinic.


All interested umpires are encouraged to site the online umpiring exam. Children need to be aged 12 or above. Once you have successfully completed the umpiring exam, please email the Junior Netball Secretary via juniornetball@chatswoodrangers.com.au who will then coordinate further information with the appropriate convenor.

Please note that with so many keen and experienced umpires, it may not always be possible for Corrine to immediately roster a new umpire on for games.

Playing Up for another team?

Players can only play up for another team a MAXIMUM of two (2) times per season. If a player plays up more than twice then they automatically become a member of the lowest ranked team in the grade and/or age group above. The manager of the team needs to let the Junior Netball Secretary know the name of the child who played up, which team they belong to and which team they played up for.

Club Code of Conduct

Everyone involved with the Club should make themselves familiar with the Code of Conduct.

All Junior Netball enquiries can be directed to juniornetball@chatswoodrangers.com.au