Christchurch Netball Centre is one of the largest netball centres in New Zealand and caters for netball players, coaches, umpires and officials in and around the city and environs. All outdoor courts, some resurfaced and realigned are situated in Hagley Park. The Centre has the luxury of a stylish building nestled amongst the trees in Hagley Park where administration offices, physio clinic and caterers are situated.
VALUES Excellence - Innovation - Integrity - Enjoyment - Accountability
LATEST INFORMATION AND EVENTS
Senior Prizegiving - held 18 September - View photos
2014 Title winners: read here for More...
The Christchurch Netball Centre Player Survey is now open and we will be collecting responses until end September. We encourage all current and past players to provide us with feedback. Take the survey.
Community Coaching Course Weekend, 19-21 September. More information...
Lion Foundation National Championship Squad Named
Latest representative team news
Team entries are now open for Summer League Competition. More information ...
The Atrium - End of Season Function Offer
It's never too early to organise your end of season function. The Atrium at the Christchurch Netball Centre is the perfect setting and location and can offer a variety of options. Netball Club Offer.
Courtside Scoring App - No.1 Netball App "Courtside Scoring" now available at Google play for all your players and coaches. Access the website.
Canterbury Can - Stand up Against Family Violence
High profile locals fronted a Canterbury anti-family violence campaign launched August 2013. Local champions for the campaign include Sir Mark Solomon, Reverend Mike Coleman, Anna Galvan, Sophia Fenwick, Sela Faletolu, Jason Gunn and Janine Gunn-Morrell.
The campaign aims to reduce family violence across Canterbury by changing attitudes which tolerate it. “We will be promoting the message that friends, family and neighbours should never ignore family violence,” spokesperson Jim Sole said. Sergeant Sole leads the Christchurch Police Family Safety Team.
Family violence is an important issue facing Canterbury families and whanau,” he said. Agencies from both government and community social services are acutely aware that the typical pattern, when a community has survived a major disaster, is to experience a significant increase in family violence.
If you are concerned about your family, a neighbour, a child or yourself please call 0800 456 450 (It’s not OK information line). If it’s an emergency please call the Police on 111.
New World Loves Netball
New World is a significant supporter, helper and "fan" of the Christchurch Netball Centre. In return Christchurch Netball Centre and its players, coaches, umpires, selectors and administrators will endeavour to foster a positive attitude and loyalty towards the 7New World Stores in Christchurch, being: Bishopdale, Fendalton, Ilam, Northwood, St Martins, Stanmore, and South City. New World are the proud sponsors of the Senior grade now known as New World Grade. Your support gets their support.
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