Hamersley is very excited to announce three online home program initiatives to help keep us fit and ready for the day we can return to playing our great game. The Hamersley Shooting Hub is a program designed for all shooters to develop their technique and range during the break. The Hamersley Run Club is a twice a week running program and Hamersley Fundamentals is a twice a week footwork and ball skills program.
Our club values centre around professionalism, belonging and respect so let's all remember we are in this together and stay connected on social media. Put on your Hamersley uniform and show us your netball moves, tag us on Instagram at @hamersleynetballclub and use the hashtag #HNChomeprogram.

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Home Program Participation Competition
To be in the running to win a $200 Rebel Sport voucher all you need to do is participate in our Home Programs! Everyone who completes a weekly session will be awarded an entry into the draw, which will take place at the end of the Home Program season. The Week 1 Challenge leaderboards are out now! Go to our Shooting Hub, Run Club or Fundamentals programs to see who made the top 10 and gets this week's bragging rights. Weekly Leaderboards will be posted on the website every Monday.
Keep your eyes on the prize and let's keep fit and ready for when Netball is back!
Posted: 30 March 2020
Hamersley's Plan
Hamersley is suspending all netball activities including training, matches and meetings until 26 May 2020. Currently Netball WA have recommended that the Winter Competition be delayed to 30 May with club training to be postponed until the week immediately prior to the commencement of the season.
On or before 18 May, we will let our members know whether club training will recommence on 26 May. We will continue to monitor advice from the Federal and State Governments, and Netball WA and if the club needs to, we can amend our position at that time.
This decision has been made on the basis that it conforms with the Federal Government's advice to implement social distancing (maintaining 1.5m between each other whenever possible). We believe it is not possible to implement social distancing whilst playing netball in a team environment (including training, scratch matches, gym sessions and meetings). In addition, Hamersley is concerned for the well being of our members, in particular those who are more susceptible to COVID-19, such as those over 60 years old or those with underlying health conditions.
In order to support members during this time, the club will be launching an on-line home program (shooting, footwork, balls skills, strength and conditioning) so that players can take the opportunity to build on their physical competencies and individual skills.
We encourage you to keep checking the Hamersley website and social media platforms for ongoing updates. Thanks for your understanding and continued support. We would appreciate you giving the club time to work through the issues as this situation evolves.
The club is aware that some members will have concerns regarding membership fees. We will be able to advise on this matter once additional information is received from WDNA and Netball WA.
We would like to remind Hamersley members not to contact WDNA or Netball WA directly regarding this situation.
Posted: 18 March 2020
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