Frequently Asked Questions

About St Peter’s Netball Club
St Peter’s Netball Club plays in the Autumn and Spring seasons of the Kingston and District Netball Association (KDNA).

Our focus is on fun, friendship and fitness.

St Peter’s Netball Club has teams in the NetSetGo for 8-10 year olds, through to 18U & Open.

Is training compulsory?
Yes. In order for your child to get the most out of their netball experience, training is vital. At training, they will learn the basic skills, develop an understanding of the rules and importantly get to know their team mates.
When do the netball seasons commence?
There are 2 seasons per year. The ‘Autumn’ season starts typically on the first weekend of the school year (February, running through to June). The Spring season typically starts on the first weekend of Term 3 (July, running through to December). There are usually no games scheduled over the term school holidays.
What age can I start playing?
Your child must be turning 8 in the year they wish to start playing. Proof of age is required, either a birth certificate or passport.
What does it cost?

You are required to pay the Netball Victoria Membership (NVM) fee.

Netball Victoria requires each player to be registered through them in order to cover the player for injury etc. These fees are known as NVM Fees. This is paid annually and covers the player for any Netball Victoria sanctioned competition and is additional to our club fees. This fee needs to be paid before the player can train and play with our club. If you pay for Autumn, you won’t be charged this fee again for Spring. For more information please visit this link:

Our club fees vary each season. For enquiries, please complete the enquiries form.

Where do I get a uniform from?

Via our on-line Uniform /merchandise store at

How many players per team (max)?
Our teams are capped at 10 players per team. Team sizes of 9 are preferable as court position rotations are easier to manage. With 7 court positions, the minimum team size would be 7 however we expect teams of 8 to ensure there is coverage for when players are injured or unavailable.
Where do you train?
Training is held betwen 4pm and 6:15 pm on Wednesday afternoons at Dales Park on Warrigal Road.
Where are the games played and what time?
Games are played at Dales Park on Warrigal road on Saturdays, from 8 :15am through to 4:15pm depending on age & division.
How long does the season run?
The Autumn season is comprised of 10 – 12 rounds rounds plus 3 weeks of finals. The spring Season is comprised of 12 -14 rounds plus 3 weeks of finals.
How do I join?

Firstly, complete the registration enquiry form. Our registrations officer will contact you to let you know whether there is availability in a team for the current season.

What is the uniform?
A St Peter’s netball dress and black boy leg shorts worn underneath. Alternatively, the St Peter’s Netball T-shirt & shorts can be worn if preferred.

It is necessary to wear appropriate footwear with white socks. Specific runners designed for netball are preferred as they provide the required ankle support.

My child has never played netball before?
We are an inclusive Club and encourage players of all abilities. Depending on the age of your child, we will endeavour to place them in a team with those of similar experience/capabilities, and with friends where possible.

For younger children we encourage them to participate in the NetSetGo skills program.

Who do I contact to know about the Club operations?
You can address your questions to the club’s secretary who is responsible for handling correspondence to/from the committee. You can email questions or concerns to