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Dubbo Netball Association’s season runs from April to September annually, encompassing approximately 14 clubs, and over 150 teams ranging from U8 years to adults. Dubbo Netball Association utilises the outdoor Netball facilities, Nita McGrath Courts located at Macleay Street Dubbo. The depth in our competition provides teams with a well graded competition that offers diversity for all standards of match play.

 

The DNA strives to provide a healthy sport for people, promote the development of junior and senior sportspersons in the spirit of strong competition and fair play and build a sense of community around the involvement in a team sport.
 

The competition offers a winter netball competition for senior, intermediate and junior players, including modified netball games for children aged 8-10 years. NetSetGO! ‘Net’ is the recommended introductory skills program for netball conducted by DNA and administered by Netball NSW (generally ages 5 – 7 years).

Our Volunteers and Life Members are active and engaged members in our organisation, and we are grateful and thankful for their outstanding contributions to the development of netball with us. Without their support we wouldn’t be able to do what we do!

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We acknowledge and pay respect to all traditional custodians of the lands of which we play netball. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country and recognise the role and value of culture in all our communities.