Welcome back to Netball for 2021. Hope everyone has had a great off season and enjoyed the holidays. I know we have had two weeks of play but it is still early days into the year and Ted and I missed week one because of our holiday. I would just like to thank all those people who carried the load in week 1 for us, Maria Luke, Sandra Dodd, Michael Tavener, Karon Dawson, Jan Godfrey, Kellie Livesley, Caitlyn Mitchell, Alexis Smith and all the volunteers who helped with the cleaning and popped into the clubhouse to offer the extra hand of help to those there doing the hard yards on day 1. Many thanks.
( Also to our daughter Helen, who was still on the coast for the first Saturday and came in early for an hour plus assisted with delivering lunch for the Development Clinic held at the clubhouse during the holidays – thank you).
Attached are the results for the first 2 weeks of play and the Provisional Standings. Please note that verification is still in progress to make sure teams have all complied with the Registration regulations, particularly around umpires, so until that is all confirmed, results are provisional.
Just a couple of reminders, please make sure children are supervised at all times. We request they do not climb the goal posts or hang off the rings. It is a WHO issue. Similarly, the toilets are not the place for children to play and we request everyone look after our facilities by keeping the areas clean and tidy – it is to the member’s benefit that they are kept in good order to alleviate unnecessary costs in cleaning and repairs.
On another note, the rep teams are running a series of BBQs and cake stalls etc to raise funds to cover their expenses to go to State Titles, the support so far has been great. Many thanks to everyone. Also thank you for scanning QR codes, and continuing to do the right thing with numbers at the courts and social distancing.
Finally, this weekend is suppose to be a big weekend for Junior Rugby, with a major event to be held over on the soccer fields. Please be aware, our already congested parking will probably be even worse this weekend.
Just a note for those that might be interested to know how our Metro Team, SK Seahawks, are progressing in their competition, another win last night giving them 3 out of 3. Things are going to get harder as they start to take on some of the top teams in the comp but well done girls. Great work to the Support Staff, Sean Gray Head Coach(Shoalhaven), Adam Giles – Ass. Coach (Kiama) and Kellie Livesley – Manager (Kiama).
Have a good week.
Kiama Netball Association