England Netball (EN) is excited to introduce our new look, creating a fresh, confident and friendly brand identity with a new logo, to support the launch of EN’s new 10-year ‘Adventure Strategy’.
Please complete the questionnaire below to have your say. This is your opportunity as an Umpire to influence our direction for the next strategy cycle.
Think big, think outside of the box and share your ideas with us.
For Umpires under 18 please use this link - https://forms.office.com/r/wwHS438SUU
For Umpires over 18 please use this link - https://forms.office.com/r/NtuYf4StTH
For Technical Officials please use this link - https://forms.office.com/r/skxX9XFJkK
The questionnaire closes on 1st October at 17.00pm and should only take about 6-8 minutes.
You may need some additional thinking time regarding the following question which will be asked.
Much of the previous 2018-2021 strategy came from input and suggestions that we received from the officiating family.
By thinking big and without the constraints of time or money, please let us know what your major game changers would be and why you would like to see them included our next officiating strategy.
A Game Changer is an event, idea, or procedure that effects a significant shift in the current way of doing or thinking about something.
I look forward to reading your responses in the coming weeks.
Gary Burgess - Head of Officiating.
To celebrate the return of the Vitality Netball Superleague for the 2021 season, Netball North West are launching a competition to win an exclusive Manchester Thunder bundle.
The competition will be running for 24 hours, on the day of each Manchester Thunder official home game. A new winner will be chosen the day after each home game.
Competition entry requirements are as follows:
You can watch all games in the Vitality Netball Superleague live on Sky Sports and on their YouTube channel. For more information on Manchester Thunder fixtures, visit their website here: https://membership.manchesterthunder.co.uk/superleague-fixtures/
Competition Terms and Conditions apply, for more information visit this page on our website here: www.netballnorthwest.org.uk/terms-and-conditions.html
Children’s Mental Health Week 2021 (CMHW) is taking place from 1-7 February and England Netball is supporting this important initiative, along with young members of the Netball Family, through sharing a variety of practical and valuable resources.
CMHW was created by children’s mental health charity Place2Be, whose aim is to highlight the importance of mental wellbeing among children and young people. The theme of the week is ‘Express Yourself.’
From being a de-stressor to teaching individuals how to deal with setbacks, there’s plenty of evidence that taking part in physical activity can have a positive impact on mental wellbeing. A survey of England Netball members found that 94% of members agree being involved in netball has made a positive difference to their mood and outlook.
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Tracey Neville is returning to Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) champions Manchester Thunder as Performance Operations Director.
The Commonwealth Games winner with the Vitality Roses returns to the club for the first time since 2015 in what is a newly-created role at Belle Vue.
As well as working alongside Director of Netball and Head Coach Karen Greig on matchdays, she will join the club’s Board and be responsible for developing and putting in place their performance strategy. :: Read More ::
Vitality Roses lift Jean Hornsby Cup after third win over Vitality Netball Superleague All Stars
The Vitality Roses claimed a 3-0 series win over brand-new side the Vitality Netball Superleague All Stars on Friday night, closing the trio of matches with a 55-43 victory.
Kick-starting the night’s proceedings with a confident long bomb, Cardwell remained composed from the get-go.
Sending quick fire bullets into Team Bath Netball’s Sophie Drakeford-Lewis, co-captain Natalie Haythornthwaite provided vital back up on the circle edge as the Vitality Roses quickly found their groove and created a lead.
Increasing their physicality for the final match of the series, the All Stars used every inch of the court to their advantage with long passes into the corner to Natalie Panagarry before firing it into Manchester Thunder’s pillar of strength Joyce Mvula. :: Read More ::