WHERE ARE THE COMPETITION GAMES PLAYED?
The competition games are played at the Metropolitan District Netball Association (MDNA) courts, Wembley Park Coorparoo, every Saturday during school term. Games are played on the concrete courts and the grass courts. MDNA endeavours to keep the same game time each week for all teams.
Game times set by MDNA and are proposed and generally the same time each round. An indication of these times are as follows but also subject to change:
7 years: 8.00am / 9.15am
8 years: 8.00am / 9.15am / 10.30am
9 years: 8.00am / 9.15am / 10.30am
10 years: 8.00am / 9.15am
11 years: 9.15am / 10.30am
12 years: 10.30am / 11.45am
Inters: 11.45pm / 1.00pm / 2.15pm
Cadets: 2.15pm / 3.25pm / 4.35pm
Opens: 3.25pm / 4.35pm
SET UP AND PACK DOWN ROSTER
MDNA roster different Clubs each Saturday to set up and pack down throughout the season. Each Club is usually responsible twice across the 14 Rounds. In the spirit of contribution and participation, all players and supporters are requested to assist in set up or pack down when the Club is rostered.
NOTE: Continuing in this spirit, the Club also requests that players and supporters always assist on Thursdays at training to set up and pack down.
WHERE CAN I PURCHASE UNIFORMS?
Uniforms will be available to order at the beginning of the season. Follow us on Facebook for more details.
Match Dress: $70
Supporter Shirt: TBA
Volunteer Coaches, Umpires and Committee Executives will be provided with a Club Polo shirt at no cost.
Secondhand uniforms are available for purchase on the Cannon Hill Stars Netball Club Second Hand Uniforms Facebook page. You will need to arrange payment directly with the seller.
CAN I WEAR THE OLD UNIFORM?
No. The royal blue uniform is now out of commission.
CAN I WEAR JEWELLERY?
No jewellery (except Medic Alerts) may be worn on court when competing or at training.
Medic Alert bracelets must be taped during competition at MDNA.
Earrings must be removed for competition.
Note: MDNA strictly enforce this rule - a non-complying player will be asked to leave court