ELTHAM PANTHERS JUNIOR NETBALL CLUB
Eltham Panthers Junior Netball Club was established in 2015 by a group of local parents who wanted to give players the opportunity to learn, grow and further develop in netball. In its inaugural year, the club began with just 4 teams in its winter season and has now grown to over 13. We look forward to existing and new teams developing as part of our supportive and energetic netball club.
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INFO AND EVENTS
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From Net Set Go through to U 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 and Open teams, our club values, promotes, and encourages player development.
We also have a strong emphasis on our coaching development and building connections with our player families and local community.
Coaches and Players attend clinics run by both Netball Victoria and Nardelli Coaching.
The club takes pride in our members, and values our hardworking volunteers, without whom our club would not exist.
We play in the Doncaster and District Netball Association (Manningham Netball), including both the Saturday Domestic Competition and Representative Team Programs. We are also an accredited Net Set Go Provider.
Training is on Thursday afternoon and games are played on Saturdays, both at the courts on Crn Foote St and Anderson St, Templestowe
Our Commitment to Child Safety
The Eltham Panthers Junior Netball Club is committed to supporting and upholding the New Child Safe Standards developed by the Victorian Government.
We have zero tolerance for child abuse.
We have systems in place to protect children.
We support and respect all children from diverse cultures or with disabilities or different needs.
We believe children and young people should:
- Feel comfortable.
- Be cared for.
- Feel safe and be safe.
- It is always okay to tell someone if you are not feeling comfortable or safe or if you have been hurt.
- If you ever feel unsafe or uncomfortable, we will listen to you and act to help you.
- It is okay for you to say NO to an adult if they ask you to do something that makes you feel unsafe or uncomfortable.
- It is not okay for anyone to hurt your feelings or your body.
Please contact the Club President, Vice President or Child Safety Coordinator if you have any concerns about Child Safety via email here.
Please visit our Child Safety Resource Hub Page for further information and links to all relevant documentation.