Online registrations are now open for NetSetGO after school on Monday afternoons in Term 4 (10 Oct to 28 Nov).
Netball is the most popular team sport in Australia and The Gap Netball Club is the biggest in Queensland.
The Club is running NetSetGO at Hilder Road State School at 3:45-4:45pm for 8 weeks from Monday 10 October, including pupil-free day on 17 October, and finishing with a sausage sizzle after the last session on 28 November.
NetSetGO is an introductory program for 5 to 10 year old girls and boys that teaches netball basics and develops general motor skills in a fun and safe way.
The $90 fee covers insurance and a participant pack, and the fee is reduced to $15 for repeat participants who don’t want another pack.
Repeat participants include 2016 NetSetGO participants from the Club's Term 1 program or DPNA's mid-year program, and also players from The Gap and other clubs who played in DPNA's 8s to 10s 2016 Modified Rules season.
Click the links below for more information about Term 4 NetSetGO: