“ALL IT TAKES IS ALL YOU’VE GOT”

Club Motto

Our Rep Program has a strong focus on our core values of teamwork, inclusivity, empowerment and integrity – most importantly though we want our players to enjoy their netball.

Our Representative teams train on Monday nights – Under 13 & 15s play at Jells Park on Thursday nights.  Under 17s play at Jells Park on Wednesday nights and Opens on Tuesday nights.

BDNA Dragons

Rep Program

 

Try Out for our Rep Program in October !!   Watch this space for more details  

 

 

Rep Ready Program

We run a Rep Ready Program each year where our Rep coaches work with our domestic players on their fundamental netball skills. We would strongly advise players who are interested in our Rep Program as well as players who just love their netball to attend this Program.

This popular program was once again sold out in 2023 – we will see you next year.

About our Rep Teams

“It must be fun and my coaches are vital. We are, as a program, only as good as our players and coaches!
‘I want players to want to play for BDNA” – Jo Hockley BDNA Rep Head Coach.

Our aim is to provide players within our Domestic Competition an opportunity to enhance and increase their netball skills in order to fully realise their potential and create a Pathway for their netball development.

Players are selected for our Representative Teams through an intensive 2 to 3 week trial process. Trials are held over a 3 week period in October each year. . At trials ‘Development Academies players’ and training partners are selected alongside our Representative Teams – sometimes players show great potential and we know they will benefit from exposure to the program in a training only capacity.

Representing BDNA as part of our Rep Program is a great opportunity for any player, we encourage all players in all age groups to come along and trial. We look forward to welcoming our next intake of players every year.

BDNA Rep Coaches

Our Rep Program has a strong focus on our core values of teamwork, inclusivity, empowerment and integrity – most importantly though we want our players to enjoy their netball.

Netball Pathways

Depending on your club, netball league or circle of netball acquaintances, you may have heard about “pathways” – it’s the all-encompassing buzzword for the generally accepted route and progressions a player might take on their way to netball’s higher levels, whether that be state league, state teams, national teams or even higher.

Coaching Program

BDNA work in conjunction with our Clubs and Netball Victoria to support and grow all coaches within our Association – Domestic, Representative, NetSetGo and All Abilities.

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