Results from the Inter District Netball games played in Nanango on April 19
Netball’s booming in the South Burnett … there’s a new combined competition running and now the Nanango Club has new-look courts, courtesy of a $51,000 grant from the local Heritage Community Branch in Nanango.
The Nanango & District Netball Association and the Kingaroy Netball Association have combined to provide players for representative duties this season.
The Thundercats – who represent Wide Bay in the Queensland State Netball League – scheduled a training session in Kingaroy on Sunday to polish up their skills ahead of their first fixtures match for 2013.
The Nanango & District Netball Association says it’s looking forward to a new inter-town competition with Kingaroy this year.
Two Kingaroy netballers have been selected to play for the Wide Bay Thundercats in the Queensland State Netball League after intensive trials held at Bundaberg and Hervey Bay.
Sharp shooting by “Shorts and Skirts” goal attack Libby Daniels in the third-quarter overpowered “High School Teachers” in the Mixed Netball grand final played in Kingaroy this evening.
Nanango netballers Katelyn Wolski and Portia Jones and Kingaroy’s Taylor Crossley, Kayla Greenslade and Cassandra Firman are getting ready to impress at the Netball Queensland Academy’s “Screening and Development” weekend.
A crowd of more than 200 guests packed Nanango State High School’s Assembly Hall last night for the presentation of the Heritage Nanango Community Branch’s 2012 Community Grants.
Queensland Firebirds Chelsea Pitman and Amy Steel drew a big crowd when they came to Nanango
The Nanango and District Netball Association will be hosting Round 2 of the Wide Bay Regional Carnival on Sunday (August 5) in Nanango.
St Mary’s Catholic College netball team won their final at the week-long QISSN competition at Caloundra
St Mary’s Catholic College’s senior netball team will compete in the QISSN competition in Caloundra
Nanango Netball results from games played on Friday, May 18
The Nanango netball courts were a sea of pink on Saturday as the Nanango and District Netball Association celebrated the Breast Cancer Network’s “Pink Footy & Netball Day”.
The Nanango & District Netball Association will be turning “hot pink” on the Mother’s Day weekend (May 12-13) to pay tribute to local women and their families who have been affected by breast cancer.