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The Young and District Netball Association Inc will hold their annual representative presentation night on Friday July 27. 

The event will be held at the Young Services Club from 6.30pm with tickets available at the cost of $25.00 for adults and $15 for children under the age of 12.

Anyone wishing to attend is asked to RSVP no later than Wednesday July 18 via email to Young Netball Association’s vice president Maureen Nation and dinner organiser Maureen Nation at anation3@bigpond.com or by text message on 0429128456.

The club asks all tickets must be purchased prior to the event as there will be no ticket sales at the door on the night. 

For payment details contact the Young and District Netball Association.

SPRING COMPETITION – Seniors and Intermediate Competition

The Spring Competition will commence on Monday August 27 and will run through until Monday November 26. 

Nominations for this competition will be taken on: Monday August 13 and Monday August 20 from 5-6pm. 

Costs for the competition are still to be confirmed. 

We will keep you all posted via the paper, FB and our website when the amount is finalised.


The Spring Competition for Juniors and Net Set Go will commence on Monday October 15 and will run through until Monday November 26. 

Further information will be released closer to the starting date and will be published in the Young Witness, Facebook and the Young and District Netball Association website.


The Invitational Cherry Festival Netball Carnival for 2018 will be held on Saturday November 3 and Sunday November 4. 

Nominations for the 2018 carnival will close on Monday October 15. 

This year we are celebrating 37 years and the Young and District Netball Association would like to invite the community to be a part of the memorable occasion. 

More information will be posted over the coming weeks.

Be sure to keep an eye out in the Young Witness, Facebook and the Young and District Netball Association website. 


The Young and District Netball Association would like to congratulate Netball NSW all the best for a successful weekend hosting the 50th State Age Championships last weekend. 

Since first being staged in 1968 the Championships have grown to become one of the largest female sporting events in the southern hemisphere, with four separate venues now required to host the 2018 competition. 

44 teams representing 10 associations contested five age-groups during the inaugural tournament and in 2018 over 300 teams from 88 associations took part. 

The growth of these Championships is a wonderful testament to the game over the past five decades of competition in New South Wales.