Fun - Fitness - Fair Competition - Community Ties
Mosman Netball Club
History of Mosman Netball Club
Mosman Netball Club is a community run sporting club, providing children and adults from the Lower North Shore with an opportunity to play netball. We offer fun, fitness, fair competition as well as community ties.
The origins of Mosman Netball Club stem from local mums and local girls wanting to play local netball. In the 1980s Maureen Sinclair (Life Member and Past President) started the first Mosman team and ran the administration from the garage of her home.
Throughout the years Mosman Netball has evolved to over 600+ members and is the largest Community Netball Club in Australia.
Mosman Netball fields teams in 3 divisions:
- NetSetGo – players turning 8 and 9 years in year of play.
- Juniors – players turning 10 – 15 years in the year of play.
- Cadets and Seniors – players 16 years and above in the year of play.
In addition, the Club offers an Introduction to Netball Program, to introduce 6- and 7-years players to the game. Please refer to “Introduction to Netball Program” on our website for more information.
Mosman Netball Club is a member of the Northern Suburbs Netball Association (NSNA) and participates in the winter competitions run by the Association.
For further information go to https://nsna.com.au
Where We Play
All players competing in the Winter Competition will play at NSNA Headquarters: Bicentennial Park, 2 Small Street, Willoughby
- Cadets and Seniors– games are scheduled on Saturday afternoons.
- Juniors – games are scheduled on a Friday afternoon or Saturday morning.
- NetSetGo – games are scheduled on a Sunday morning.
Calendar & Fixtures
Fixtures, ladders and match results can be found on the NSNA website.
|2022 - 2023||Nicole Castellan|
|2018 - 2021||Vicki Albert|
|2016 - 2017||Rachel Beretta|
|2014 - 2015||Jacqui Willoughby|
|2009 - 2012||Tracey McGearey|
|2008 - 2009||Annemarie Van Erp|
|2006 - 2007||Jan Jenkins Smith|
|1990 - 2002||Maureen Sinclair|
|2021||First Offiical Clubhouse @ Mosman Drill Hall|
|2020||"First Outdoor Lights Installed @ Club Netball Courts, Drill Hall Precinct, Mosman Under new Sydney Harbour Federation Trust ""Management Plan 2020"" - outdoor lights approved but Courts can only be used for training purposes and still non-regulation size."|
|2019||Additional Club venue @ Spit West Reserve for expanded NSG Summer Competition - includes 6x "grass" courts|
|2017||Dresses introduced as Club Uniform|
|2017||NSW Department of Sport grant MNC $150,000 for Outdoor Lights|
|2013||Restricted access to Drill Hall, indoor court and storage - due to introduction of Mosman Public School After School Care|
|2009||"Official opening of new Drill Hall Sporting Precinct including: 3x Outdoor ""hard surface"" netball courts, 1x ""Indoor"" playing court Marie Bashir Sports Centre and 1x ""indoor"" court Drill Hall Under new Sydney Harbour Federation Trust ""Management Plan 2006"" - Outdoor Netball courts to be used for training purposes only, non-regulation sized courts and no outdoor lighting available"|
|2006||Sydney Harbour Federation approves development of Drill Hall Precinct to include new "hard surface" netball courts and Indoor sporting facility "Marie Bashir Sports Centre"|
|2001||First Mosman netball courts - includes 6x "outdoor grass" netball courts at Rawson Park (currently referred to as the Dog-Park adjacent to Rawson Oval)|
|1990||Official Club established with President overseeing operations|
|1985||Mosman teams register in Northern Suburbs competition|