Spring League

Games will be played on:

Monday nights at Stratford Netball Courts starting 10th October;
Tuesday nights at Waiwhakaiho Park Netball Courts starting 11th October;
​​​​​​​Wednesday nights at TSB Hub Outdoor Courts starting 12th October.

Spring League will run for up to 10 weeks

Please note:  Games that fall on a Monday public holiday (Labour Day) or public holiday observed will be scheduled to be played the day immediately following the public holiday, usually a Tuesday.

​​​​​​​IMPORTANT:

  • In 2022, we will be using an online scoring tool for all Spring League games via the new Netball Taranaki App. 
  • All teams MUST use a 'REGISTERED UMPIRE' for each of their games.


COST  $300 per team

Payments can be made by Credit Card and will show on your bank statement as 'Debit Success', not 'Netball Taranaki'. Transaction fees apply.

If you have a query about payment, please email Finance

SPRING & SUMMER LEAGUE INFORMATION

FORMAT - Games will be 4 x 10 minute quarters; intervals will be 2-2-2 minutes. Rounds may be played at 6:00pm and 7:00pm. Game times are subject to change.

Points awarded as follows:

3 points for a win

2 points for a draw

1 point for a loss when the losing score is within 3 goals or less 


MIXED GRADE - Mixed competitions allow for up to three (3) males on the court and are only permitted in the following positions at any one time;

 One (1) male in GS or GA plus
              One (1) male in WA, C or WD plus
              One (1) male in GD or GK


UNIFORMS - Teams must be ‘uniform’ in appearance.  Shorts/bike pants/netball skirts (any of these acceptable) but all in the same colours.  Teams must provide their own bibs and match ball.


DEFAULTS - Teams MUST submit an online Default Notification form. See form for Default notification timeframes and applicable fees.


CANCELLATIONS - The Satellite Controller is responsible for cancelling/postponing competition games and advising Netball Taranaki. Teams to be advised via the Netball Taranaki website and Facebook page as early as possible.
a) If games are cancelled due to bad weather or court conditions, they may be rescheduled.  In the event of deteriorating weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances developing during play, the Satellite Controller shall make any decisions required.


UMPIRES - Each team MUST supply a REGISTERED umpire and scorer for each game. Failure to supply a REGISTERED umpire will result in 1 player being removed from the court to umpire and that team plays a player short for the duration of the game.  This player may not be replaced as an umpire and take the court. Players cannot interchange umpiring and playing.  Failure to follow this rule will result in winning points being forfeited. 


REGISTERED PLAYERS - Players may only register for one team within the same grade.

Any new players must be registered by 1.00pm each game day to ensure they can be loaded to the system and are available for selection in the game day app.  New Registrations after this on each game day will be deemed unregistered until the following week.

To register a new player, CLICK HERE to complete the new member registration form (this alerts us you have a new player and we can transfer them into the right team for selection in the game day app)

Teams may have unlimited registrations but may only select up to 12 players for each game.

If teams play unregistered players, your game will result in forfeiture of competition points.


GAME DAY TEAM LIST SUBMISSION & SCORING
This year, we will be using Live Scoring via the Netball Taranaki App to submit team lists and to score the games.

Team contacts must submit a final team list of up to 12 players to participate in each game, prior to the start of the game. 
Failure to submit a team list in the app BEFORE your game will result in forfeiture of competition points.

Each team must supply one scorer, who will keep score using the scoring app. These designated persons stand in line with the centre circle together on the side line of the court.
Your scorer code can be found at the bottom of the Team Builder box where your players are registered OR you can collect the scorer code at the Tower prior to your first game.
BEFORE submitting the final scoring result, please enter YOUR UMPIRE’S FULL NAME in the comment box.

Failure to supply a scorer means your team must accept the score as presented by the opposing team.  If neither team provides a scorer, no competition points will be awarded to either team.

​​​​​​​DUTY - Each Team will be responsible to get their own goal/post pads etc, if playing first round and return them if playing last round, please allow time to do this prior to playing or after game also please remove any rubbish and leave courts clean and tidy. Teams not complying with this will be given one warning and if still not compliant, forfeit their games.


RULES - Governing of the game and conduct will be those applied by Netball Taranaki and Netball New Zealand. 

Draws and Results

Summer League

Games will be played on:

Monday nights at Stratford Netball Courts starting 24th January;
Tuesday nights at Waiwhakaiho Park Netball Courts starting 25th January;
Wednesday nights at TSB Hub Outdoor Courts starting 26th January.

Summer League will run for up to 10 weeks.  

Please note:  Games that fall on a Monday public holiday (Taranaki Anniversary) or public holiday observed (Waitangi Day) will be scheduled to be played the day immediately following the public holiday, usually a Tuesday.


COST - $300 per team 
Payments can be made by Credit Card and will show on your bank statement as 'Debit Success', not 'Netball Taranaki'.

If you have a query about your payment, please email Finance


Once you have completed the online registration form, you will receive a SPORTY ACCESS email, which will allow you to load the players details via an online form.

IMPORTANT:

  • In 2022, we will be using an online scoring tool for all Summer League games via the new Netball Taranaki App. 

​​​​​​​     All team contacts will need to attend an ONLINE training workshop (Tuesday 18th January at 6.00pm) to learn how to use this new tool.

  • All teams MUST use a 'REGISTERED UMPIRE' for each of their games.
    To become a 'registered umpire' you must:
  1. Pass the Netball NZ Learning to Umpire Module (replaced online Centre Theory test). 
    CLICK HERE for instruction on how to access and navigate the Learning to Umpire Module.
    CLICK HERE to access the Learning to Umpire Module
  2. Attend a Good Call Rules class (face to face or online)
    CLICK HERE to register to attend the FACE TO FACE workshop on Wednesday 19th January at 6.00pm, Waiwhakaiho Park Netball Courts, New Plymouth.​​​​​