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We are delighted to announce this will be running from 18-20 August and is now open for bookings.
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Want to make a difference to the fastest growing women’s sport???
Technical Support Group (TSG) Group Chair Required
East Midlands Regional Netball supporting England Netball’s exciting but ambitious vision for the future – “we aspire to increase participation year on year, deliver a first class participant service and become No 1 in the World, by winning the World Netball Championships”.
Due to the geographic re-location our current TSG Chair has reluctantly had to resign. We are therefore looking to appoint a replacement to fill this vital voluntary position with a remit to Chair and drive forward this TSG Performance element of the sport within the region and influence the strategic direction of the organisation in 2013-2017 funding cycle and beyond.
This is an exciting time for Netball we are the fastest growing women’s sport and the East Midlands region have recently undergone a strategic re-structure of regional management appointing Board/TSG Group Members who collectively have the skills, abilities and experience appropriate to the needs of the individual groups and the organisation as a whole – Interested? Then download the application pack and return to: East Midlands Regional Netball, Netball and Badminton Centre, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, LE11 3TU
Alternatively should you wish to have an informal discussion in respect of this position then please contact the regional office either by telephone or e-mail.
Tel: 01509 226753 e-mail: email@example.com and leave your details and the Regional Chair will contact you for an informal discussion.
Downloads :: Person Specification :: Application Form ::
England Netball has an exciting, ambitious vision for the future - we aspire to be a top 10 participation sport, the first choice team sport for women & girls and number one in the world.
As a result of our partnership with Sport England, we are building a high performing team to deliver our community netball outcomes and have introduced several new posts.
If you share the commitment to increase participation in the game and improve the quality of the player experience - as well as the passion, energy and work ethic to deliver our targets - we want to hear from you
Regional Manager, East Midlands
£28,500.00 per annum circa
Netball Office, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, LE11 3TU
Type of Contract
Full-time, Permanent (35 hours, Mon-Fri 9-5)
England Netball has exciting but ambitious goals for the future – we aspire to introduce 10,000 new participants to the sport each year; to deliver a 1st class member and participant experience and to establish England as the number 1 team in the world.
During the last year England Netball has beaten current World Champions Australia in a Test Series, engaged thousands of Women through it’s Back to Netball programmes, and is recognised as a leading National Governing Body. We have engaged over 10,000 participants in one of the largest pieces of research ever conducted by the company and we are keen utilise the findings of our research to deliver an outstanding netball offer to all communities across England and continue to build on our successes.
If you share the commitment to increase participation in the game and improve the quality of the player experience as well as the passion, energy and work ethic to deliver our targets we want to hear from you.
As Regional Manager you will lead and manage a team of County Development Officers and Regional Coordinator. You will lead the implementation of the Regional plan within the context of the netball strategic business plan and best practice guidelines, in partnership with Regional and County volunteer networks and other key agencies.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Amy Willis (National Development Manager) on 07540 126602.
For a full job description and person spec please click here .
5pm Monday 4th August 2014
Friday 15th August 2014, Loughborough University
The Derbyshire High 5 County Finals were held recently at Swanwick School, Derbyshire. It was a really good day with 10 teams taking part and the weather was fantastic. A big thank you to the young umpires who came out from school and supported Derbyshire Netball including Emily Beckett, Cherese Naylor, Freya Wood, Millie Hickling and Katherine Wragg.
For photo’s visit http://www.derbyshirenetball.co.uk/derbyshire-high-5.html
England Netball has made some changes to the Age Banding process following a review of the previous system. The new process is detailed in the Age Banding Guidance document, but to summarise England Netball will no longer be providing Age Banding approval via letters to confirm eligibility. Instead the participant’s coach, parent(s) or guardian and the Club or School Safeguarding Officer must complete the Age Banding Form and sign having read the Age Banding Guidance provided to confirm that the player in question is suitable to play out of their age band. This form should be submitted to the competition organiser alongside any entry or registration forms and the player should then be considered eligible.
Please note that forms should only be submitted to England Netball when EN is the competition organiser (eg Premier League, National School Finals only, National U14 and U16 Club Finals). For all other competitions the Age Banding Form must be sent to the competition organiser. England Netball recommends that competition organisers adopt this process in their competition regulations, however this is not mandatory and where competition regulations state a different process, this will take precedence for that competition.
The annual regional schools High 5 tournament took place in Derbyshire this week and from the 8 schools that entered, the final standings were:
1st Saxilby School (30 points)
2nd Oakwood Junior School (23 points)
3rd Bourne Abbey C of E Primary School (18 points)
4th Greenwood County Primary School (17 points)
5th Osmaston C of E Primary School (16 points)
6th Wadsworth Fields Primary (3 points)
=6th West Bridgford Junior School (3 points)
Well played all teams and an enormous thanks to the team managers, teachers and umpires for their hard work. Also a huge thank you to all the parents for supporting the teams and making the day so wonderful.
Click Here to read the report from Saxilby School
Exciting Opportunity! A level 2 coach is required to set up and run a new youth community netball team at Leicester Grammar School. This will be a paid position and as Head Coach and you will be involved with decisions regarding training evening, times, ages groups, etc. For further details please contact Kaz at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brigg & District NC annual tournament is here again featuring the following categories: High 5 (U9; U11); U12; U14; U16; seniors and veterans. All tournaments will be played at Vale of Ancholme School in Brigg. See the individual entry forms for confirmation dates and details.
:: High 5 & U12 :: U14 & U16 :: Senior & Veterans :: Overview of event ::
Bullettes Netball Club hosted a Guys v Girls netball tournament to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society. Read about their efforts here
The ADL course in Leeds that was due to start on the 21st and 22nd June 2014 has been delayed and will now start run 19th and 20th July 2104. Bookings for this course will be accepted until the 20th June 2014. Click Here for more information
A Performance Technical Support Group (TSG) Lead is required to lead the Performance TSG ensuring the effective delivery of academy and satellite programmes on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Netball Association. The TSG will be made up of about eight people who will each have a role in helping to drive forward England Netball’s Performance Pathway Programme, Netball First, within Nottinghamshire. For further information see the advert and application form.
The closing date for applications is 31st May 2014.
The Special Olympics took place in Leicestershire on Saturday 26th April and a School from Wellingborough won Gold! The team entered following the ‘Balls in your court’ pilot programme. Read more about their experience in our press report, and a report from the school.
Allestree Netball Club from Derbyshire have also had a new kit and so have kindly donated their old stock to Africa. Liz Broomhead, Vice Chair of East Midlands Netball said ‘This is absolutely amazing - I am so grateful and as will the wonderful people in SA’. Thanks to all at Allestree for their kind donation!
Northants JMs reached the National Finals of the U14 Clubs competition and went to Sheffield for the occasion. Coach Kelly Washington tells us how they got on. Well done to the girls, and to Futureprint NC who also took part! Click Here to read all about it!
The satellite and county academies in Derbyshire have been busy raising money for the ‘All4One’ charity. Read about their tournament here and which athletes won this seasons awards.
A Back to Netball team in Leicester are looking for a new coach. They train at Winstanley School in the city and play in a local league on a Sunday. Anyone interested in supporting the team should contact Katie Ballard on 07702 474623 or by emailing email@example.com
A group of netballers derived from England Netball’s Back to Netball programme now have 2 teams with new players coming into the group and are now in need of a coach to support their development. One team play in the Burton League and one team will be playing in the DANA league from September. Training takes place at Etwall Leisure Centre on Thursday evenings from 7-8pm. Anyone interested in supporting the team with coaching should contact Jo on 07775 914860 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (home) or email@example.com (work)
Applications are now open for the 2014 Great Start Programme, that supports coaches by giving them the opportunity to apply for grants. Great Start grants are available to both aspiring and amateur coaches who wish to further their qualifications. You can apply for grants via the brand’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/GilletteUK
The scheme, that is run in partnership with sports coach UK, was this year launched by Gillette brand ambassador Joe Hart. Gillette is also continuing to support the UK Coaching Awards, hosted by sports coach UK, which celebrate the role of coaching in encouraging participation, performance and excellence. As part of the Great Start Programme Gillette is offering people the chance to nominate a coach who deserves recognition for their work for the UK Community Coach of the Year Award.
Gillette’s ongoing partnership with sports coach UK is part of the brand’s continued commitment to help support coaching development. To view the press release from the launch please click here.
Congratulations to Corby Netball Club who were crowned winners of the Northampton Junior League 2014!!
An "I heart Junior Netball Festival" is taking place at Butlins Skegness from 16th – 19th May 2014. Teams are required in the following age groups: U12 (7 a side); U14 and U16. For further information see the Sport Experiences website. Teams from the East Midlands wishing to discuss availability and possible discounts for non accommodation/food packages should contact Emily at Tri North on 020 3176 0568 or firstname.lastname@example.org from 24th April.
The Regional U16 competition took place on 23rd March and 13th April and the results were:
1st: Charnwood 43 points
2nd: Brigg 41 points
3rd: Sleaford Barge 35 points
4th: Ripley 33 points
5th: Clifton Jade 27 points
6th: Rutland 24 points
7th: Northants JMs 21 points
8th: Futureprint 16 points
9th: Pennine 9 points
10th: Clifton Gold 3 points
The winners and runners-up of the Regional U16s will go forward to the National Finals on 24th/25th May in Redbridge.
The Trust was established in 1984 as a charitable trust. It is a non-profit making educational charity, registered with the Charities Commission and its aims are to support individuals and organisations in the development of sport for young people (u21). To date the Trust has supported a wide range of projects from contributions towards development/improvement of facilities, contributions for equipment for newly established clubs, bursaries for attendees on relevant courses and contributions towards the relocation costs of England players for their education and netball training.
Due to its expenditure on deserving projects and the decrease in income, the Trust currently does not have the resources to continue as an effective provider of financial support for the development of sport for young people. The Trust has therefore been looking at alternative sources of funding, one of which is fundraising- the objective would be to generate a minimum of £10,000 per annum (net of costs etc). If you have fundraising expertise and are interested in fundraising for the Youth Trust please contact the Trust on email@example.com by 30th April 2014.