ALL players wishing to play in teams 11&Under upwards are required pre-register interest and attend our club grading day on October 28, 2018.
To nominate and trial for PARLVILLE REP TEAM - follow this link...https://netball.resultsvault.com/common/pages/reg/welcome.aspx?fl=1&type=6&id=34708&entityid=39543
PMNC does not run, or have any input into, the Parkville Rep team. As a player at PMNC you are eligible to trial as long as you satisfy the age criteria and nomination process...
Trial incurs a fee of $15.
Please have a colour photo of player ready to upload or email with the nomination form.
Parkville will notify successful players via their Facebook page on a nominated day to be communicated on completion of trial process.
Team and Uniform Costs, seperate to PMNC season costs, are associated with Parkville Rep.
Parkville Rep players MUST play for their club (PMNC) in 2019 season.
An amazing gesture from our local Dads Footy team PMPS Dads Footy, who have made a donation of almost $2,500 to the club following our recent break-in, AND negotiated us a new $2,500 sponsor - Silk Contract Logistics - to boot! That's an incredible $5,000 for our club. We are extremely grateful for the support of the Dads Footy team - some of whom are Dads, partners and players at our club, but many who are not. Now let's support the team at the Dads Footy Victoria Carnival on Sat 1 September at Murphy's Reserve. It's always a fab out for the family.
We 💙 Dads Footy - Go Port!!
Warwick Horsley and Paul Spottiswood presenting Club President Anna Sweeney with a combined contribution of $5000.
SECOND ACT WINE BAR (RYDGES HOTEL)
37 FITZROY ST, ST KILDA
SAT 28 JULY • 7 PM UNTIL LATE
$50 pp FOR 2HRS DRINKS & CANAPES
Theme: 'Christmas at St Kilda Beach'.
Best dress-up prizes, Ugly Christmas Sweater Competition.
Limited tickets - get in early.
(Note: at least $3 per ticket sale goes to our 'Burglary Recovery Fund')
WHO WOULD DO THIS?!
If ANYONE sees 70 netball dresses, tops or sportspants or 300 pairs of club branded socks DUMPED in the area, PLEASE contact the club.
Over the long weekend many, many items were taken from our club.
PLEASE GET IN TOUCH IF YOU SEE OR HEAR ANYTHING - 70 netball dresses are of no use to anyone except our club..
SouthSide MMA is pleased to assist the Port Melbourne Netball Club with its Team Development for the 2018 season.
With extensive experience training Professional Athletes our Coaches understand the dedication required to achieve elite sporting success.
With an emphasis on technique and a focus on developing resilience, our Game Specific tailored training programs are ideal for young developing Netballers.
Our Coaches look forward to working with the Netball Teams this season and enhancing their fitness, strength and conditioning to allow them to excel and develop as athletes and team mates.
PMNC Sessions with Southside MMA will be offered to our 17/U & 15/U teams at no additional cost this season.
Sessions will commence Tuesday 17th April at 5-6pm.
Team Managers will communicate finer details to their players.
Thank you to the members that attended, and lodged apologies for, our AGM last night. It was a very quick and productive meeting.
A huge thank you to resigning member:
Dianne McDonald - who was a founding committee member and great supporter of the club. Thank you Di!
Claire Scott - who is stepping down as Club President.
Welcome to our NEW Club President ANNA SWEENEY
& NEW Vice President MIDGE BATEUP
& NEW Committee Member REBECCA RODDA
Club President (11/U Co-ord)- Anna Sweeney
Vice President & Events- Midge Bateup
Treasurer - Daniel Kogler
Club Operations - Trish Oliver
Communications & Marketing- Kate Gellweiler
Minute & Agenda – Vicki Martyn
13/U Co-ord & Uniforms - Lisa Burdett
First Aid & Welfare - Claire Scott
Committee - Rebecca Rodda
Pia Martyn was awarded our Club Champion and Amelia Murphy the Spirit of Netball Award at our end of season celebration late last year. Congratulations Pia and Amelia - fantastic achievement!! You can read about the award criteria at the bottom of this post.
Pia Martyn - 2017 Club Champion
Pia is consistent in her positive and willing attitude, she encourages her team mates. She is open to work with anyone and is excited by new challenges and experiences.
Pia displays exemplary leadership through her willingness to fully participate in any activity. She assesses her own performance independently of the opposition, without placing blame on the opposition. She is encouraging and supportive of her teammates, through challenges such as having younger girls fill in, an incomplete team or playing out of position.
Pia has shown interest in progress of other teams and demonstrates a true 'club' mentality. She is the first to volunteer to help at club events. She has been with the club from inception and has shown consistent and measurable improvement.
Pia shows significant netball potential and, coupled with her work ethic and positive attitude, her netball career future is looking bright. Watch out Vixens! Pia gives her all at training and matches, and is happy to take on extra roles of responsibility.
"Pia is open to work with anyone and is excited by new challenges and experiences."
Amelia Murphy - Spirit of Netball Award
Amelia always turns up to training and games and gives it her all. She is focused, particularly at training, and listens to instructions and feedback. She is a pleasure to coach.
The other girls value her skills and indirectly, her attitude and effort is something that provides leadership to the other girls. She is not an overt leader, rather, leading by example.
Amelia is always respectful, even in the face of getting beaten (which happened a lot this season). She encourages other team mates without criticism.
Amelia has not missed a game this season. She arrives on time and will lead the way in drills. In terms of service, Amelia has played with the Club since inception. She will help out other teams when they need players, even if it means two full games in a row.
Amelia always gives it her all. Her skills make a difference in the mid-court to getting the ball down the court, and she will ALWAYS fight for the ball.
"Amelia is not an overt leader, rather, leading by example."
Club Champion (13/U upwards)
1. Attitude & work ethic: is inclusive; positive and encouraging; displays strong effort and self-discipline both at training and on game day.
2. Leadership on and off the court: is someone other players look up to.
3. Sportsmanship: is a team player; shows respect for their team mates, coach, umpires and opposition; displays a positive attitude no matter what the score is.
4. Contribution to the Club: participates in club activities; is willing to help with coaching/training etc.; helps out with other teams (where applicable); always trains and plays when they can.
5. Service: has shown dedication by playing at the Club for a number of seasons
6. Netball ability: Trains and plays netball to the best and fairest of their ability and regularly makes a significant contribution to the team.
Spirit of Netball Award (11/U and Parkville NSG)
1. Attitude & behaviour: is inclusive; displays a positive, enthusiastic and co-operative attitude both at training and on game day. Always tries their best.
2. Sportsmanship: is a team player; shows respect for their team mates, coach, umpires and opposition; displays a positive attitude no matter what the score is.
3. Commitment: participates in team/club activities; helps out with other teams (where applicable); always trains and plays when they can.
4. Netball ability: Trains and plays netball to the best and fairest of their ability and has shown significant improvement in their skills.