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St Matthew's Netball Club

A fun, friendly social club for all ages playing within Gooden Reserve Netball Association in Baulkham Hills. 

St Matthews will be annoucing teams on February 17th at St Matthews Uniting Church Baulkham Hills
Training will start in March 2024

Please head to the Registrations Page to Register for the 2024 Season! With some exciting things coming in 2024, we cannot wait to Welcome You to the Gooden Reserve Netball Association competition!

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About The Club

St Matthew's Uniting Church Netball Club (located in Baulkham Hills) is for people looking for a social competition.

St Matthew's Uniting Church Netball Club (commonly known as St Matt's) is one of the clubs that form the  Gooden Reserve Netball Association (GRNA), which is a smaller competition focused on fun, fairness and inclusiveness. GRNA encourages a family-friendly environment.

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Dates

The competition runs from March/April to August each year. 

Games

Games are played each Saturday (other than school holidays) at Gooden Reserve from

12PM - 4:30PM.

Training

Training is held at Gooden Reserve on allocated weekday afternoons/nights. 

Divisions

Divisions are based on your child's year at school. 

Boys (Kindy - Year 7) are welcome to register

GRNA Divisions

Fun Net 
(Kindy & Year 1)

A fundamental skills program

Intermediate
(Years 6 & 7)

Fun and competitive games

Sub Juniors 
(Years 2 & 3)

Fun and competitive games

Youth League
(Years 8 - 12)

Fun and competitive games (girls only)

Juniors 
(Years 4 & 5)

Fun and competitive games

 Opens 
(18 Years & Older)

Competitive and social games

What St Matt's Offers

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Fun, Friendly,

Social Competition

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No Early

Morning Games!

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Ungraded, Skill Development Based

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Low Cost

Where We Play

Games and training take place at Gooden Reserve Netball Courts. Enter the car park off Kinili Avenue to park onsite. (Please note, if using street parking please observe NO PARKING signs to ensure safety and to avoid being fined.)

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