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Netball WA 2017 Mental Health Awareness Round
This weekend is the Netball WA 2017 Mental Health Awareness Round. Our netball club is a safe place for our members and a place where we can look out for each other. It is vital that we have awareness at our Club to be able to identify if someone is struggling with their mental health and know how to talk to them about this and offer help if needed.
While the focus of the Mental Health Awareness round in 2017 is depression, the overall aim of the round is to speak about mental health in an effort to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues. The BIG message is #LetsTalk - there is always someone you can talk to if you think you may need some help.
Mel Hunter will be giving teams 1-14 a roll of BLUE tape that must be worn at Saturday’s game on your right arm.

Mental Health Awareness Coach Reference Sheet (1)
Mental Health Awareness Coach Reference Sheet (2)
Mental Health Awareness Spectator Information Sheet
Depression: what you should know
Worried about the future? Preventing depression during your teens and twenties
Worried that your child is depressed?
Posted: 27th June 2017
Monica Holton Sportsmanship Award
Sportsmanship Nomination form now open! Any current club member can nominate a player for the Monica Holton Sportsmanship award via the website nomination form. For further details please refer to the Awards Handbook. Nominations close 31st August 2017.
Posted: 20th June 2017
WDNA Umpire School Holiday Clinics
Interested in learning to umpire? Then why not register for the July School Holiday Clinic. The clinic costs $60 and includes two half days full of both theory and practical aspects. This is highly recommended for all non-C badged umpires.
WDNA also offers umpire training, coaching and development resources for all association clubs and their members.
Posted: 20th June 2017
250 Games
Congratulations to Renee Bax who played her 250th game on Saturday! Well done Renee - it's a massive achievement!
Posted: 20th June 2017
Association Championships
Netball WA interviews WDNA No Limits team captain Jason at the Smarter Than Smoking Association Championship weekend. Jason is involved in the program through Hamersley. No Limits Netball is a fantastic opportunity for males and females with an intellectual disability aged 11 and over to engage with the sport of netball, meet new friends and play in a safe environment as part of a team.
Posted: 7th June 2017
Association Championships
Watch our very own Lisa Townsend, captain of the Open Division 1 Premiership team Northside Nissan WDNA, being interviewed by Netball WA at the close of the Smarter Than Smoking Association Championships.
Posted: 5th June 2017
Association Championships
A BIG well done to our Hamersley open players for winning Open Div 1 for Wanneroo at the State Association Championships! Great work by all our HNC members for their work over the weekend. It was good to see so many Hamersley faces giving their all at the courts!
Posted: 5th June 2017
Lets Kids Be Kids
Play by the Rules is a national organisation that promotes safe environments for children in sports, and is launching a 2017 campaign Let Kids Be Kids. Hamersley Netball Club has become a partner of this campaign. For further information on how to help stop poor sideline behaviour go to the Play by the Rules website.
Posted: 27th April 2017