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Our association provides competitive and social netball opportunities for all participants who want to play, umpire or coach, and welcome all ages and levels of experience and ability.

Our association values friendship, community spirit, teamwork and respect to all members – from our volunteers to our umpires and parents.

Our Volunteers and Life Members are active and engaged members in our organisation, and we are grateful and thankful for their outstanding contributions to the development of netball with us. Without their support we wouldn’t be able to do what we do!

We look forward to having you with us, on your netball journey!

Our Association

Our History

Arawang Netball Association started 47 years ago.

  • In 1975 the Arawang Netball Association (ANA) was born.

  • ANA's first initial colours were blue and brown, with blue representing the sky and brown representing Mt Arawang. ​

  • In February 1976, Netball ACT admitted Arawang to full membership, with its headquarters at Stirling. ANA's Inaugural President, and Life Member, Judy Eastwell worked exhaustively in the development years of the new District.​

  • We later moved to jade (and more recently teal) and black given the availability of the pleated skirt in the colour brown and to distinguish us from other associations who had similar colours. ​

  • We later moved to jade (and more recently teal) and black given the availability of the pleated skirt in the colour brown and to distinguish us from other associations who had similar colours. 

  • Today, ANA is one of five member districts of the Netball ACT 

  • ANA run competitions for players of all ages, including NetSetGo, juniors, intermediates, cadets and seniors (open women & men). We still call the Arawang netball courts in Stirling, home ​​

  • From participation to elite level, Arawang has a proud history of players, coaches and officials representing our state and our nation, including ACT State Teams, Canberra Darters, Capital Spirit, ACT Griffins (mixed and men’s), the Australian Mixed Netball team, and other Australian sporting teams separate to netball. ​​

 

Looking forward, we are exploring opportunities to integrate our history with the deep heritage and culture of our people and the land on which we play, Ngunnawal Country. 

Jo Peisley

Jo Peisley

President

Cassandra Turnbull

Cassandra Turnbull

Vice President

Kristina Carroll

Kristina Carroll

Treasurer

Jackie Pratt

Jackie Pratt

Secretary

Our Executive Committee

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Grow the next generation of netballers and be part of our amazing netball community.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land in which Arawang Netball stands, the Ngunnawal People. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. 

We recognise the outstanding contributions Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples make to netball and the wider community.

Today, and always, we walk together - listening, learning and promoting reconciliation through our game.