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Victorious Secret Netball Club

Fun, Active, Social

VSNC Policy.

Welcome to the Victorious Secret Netball Club.


Please take the time to read this document as it contains important information that you may need during the season. If you have any queries during the season, please do not hesitate to contact the club or visit our website.


This booklet is a living document which will be updated as needed.


Contacts

President: Crystal Casha - 0406 187 704 - [email protected]

Vice President: Brooke Hall - 

Secretary/Treasurer: Michelle Stevens - [email protected]


Introduction

Victorious Secret Netball Club seeks to provide opportunities for players and their families to participate in learning, playing and enjoying the game of netball. The club caters for boys and girls from beginners to advanced players. Victorious Secret Netball Club is affiliated with St Albans Caroline Springs Netball Association, and therefore follows their policies and guidelines; such as, Junior policy, member protection, all codes of behaviour. These can be found on their website.


Club Philosophy

Victorious Secret Netball Club aims to provide an environment where participants can

Learn and develop the skills and ethics of netball

Receive coaching from coaches

Have fun and form friendships

Be supported by the club, their peers, coiaches and parents

Be provided with a pathway enabling them to achieve their potential


Registration

All players need to fill out a registration/returning form. Once done a $10 team placement fee needs to be paid. We are now running this off a first in basis. To avoid disappointment and to secure your spot this fees should be paid as soon as applicable. 


Teams

Teams will be established prior to the beggining of each season. Such teams will have a maximum of 9 players. Teams will be decided by the grading panel, after a trial and discussion with coaches. Players will be placed according to their skill levels. Players do not get to choose their teams. 


Competitions Offered

1) Junior Netball

9&U, 11&U, 13&U, 15&U

2) Senior Netball

Womens


Game Duration

4 x 10 minute quaters


Training Requirements

For all juinior teams, training will be held at Copperfield College, Sydenham. Every Sunday morning until further notice (except pulic holidays & School Holidays) Teams will be appointed one hour training time from 10:30am. Players will train with their team and their coach.

NOTE: Training sessions are cumpulsory for players in the junior sector. If a player iis unable to attend training for any reason, their coach should be notified.


Payments

Full term payments must be made prior to the first round of term. Players who have not paid will not be permitted to take the court. Invoices are issued a month in advance, players are welcome to make part payments but must be finalised by the due date. Late payments are not accepted. 

Residents of Brimbank council - who are on a pension card or health care card may apply for a grant from their council. please check out In2Sports on their website.


Banking Details

Victorious Secret Netball Club

BSB: 633000

ACC: 161359492

Ref: Invoice number


VNA

VNA is a seperate payment from club fees and does not get paid to the club. It is a direct online payment to Netball Victoria for insurance purposes. Any player playing under SACSNA must have a VNA. Once a VNA is purchased your VNA number should be sent to the players Coach.


Uniform

All players must be in uniform when playing for our club. Uniforms can e purchased through our uniform officer. 

No jewellery is to be worn during games. Gloves may be worn for Senior players only, if nails are long they must either be cut short or taped. If you have long nails and are wearing gloves, nails will need to be taped underneath. Hair must be tied back. Correct footwear must be worn at both training and games.


Matches

Players must arrive at the court and ready to start at least 15 minutes prior to the start of their game. This allows players to warm up to avoid any injury and for coaches and team managers to organise teams. If a player is unable to attend a game, the coach must be notified as soon as possible.


Fill ins

If a fill in is required during any game a registered player from another team must be used. No fill ins are allowed from other clubs. If you cannot get a registered player to fill in, you must notify the head coach asap. 


Injuries

If you are injured during a match, you or your coach must write the incident on the score sheet. It is also your responsibility to inform the court supervisor on the night. Once this is done you may then make a claim through Netball Victoria. 

Any injuries occured will need a medical clearance before a player is allowed back on court.

Last updated 22/01/19