Where we Play . . .
Fixtures are played on a Saturday at Faulkner Park, Waratah Avenue, Graceville.
Please ensure you arrive at least half an hour before your game in correct uniform. It can be quite hot even in winter so remember to wear sunscreen and bring your water bottle.
Wet Weather Draw: If the grass courts are unsafe to play on, a wet weather draw is called. This is usually as a result of rain.
Where we train . . .
Training takes place on a Wednesday night at Faulkner Park, Waratah Avenue, Graceville. Rangers hire courts 1-8, for training.
Training is compulsory for teams playing in day season unless negotiated with the committee. Practical, sports wear clothing and sports shoes are to be worn to training sessions. Remember your water bottle.
These sessions are always well supervised and are essential to help girls learn new skills.
All players aged 12+ years will also participate in an additional 1/2 hour Strength & Conditioning session on Wednesday night either before or after their team training session (refer to Team Lists for allocated time).
Court Plan: 2021 Court Training Plans TBA
Wet Weather: If it is raining on a training night the committee will make a decision at 4pm. The coaches/managers will be notified and a notice placed on both Facebook and Instagram.
2021 Training Court Allocations
All players and officials are covered by an insurance policy while performing activities with the club. It covers 80% of all non-Medicare medical expenses and loss of income. Please see the link below for further details.
In the event of an injury: Please report any injuries on the same day as it has occurred. If you sustain an injury on a game day, it should be reported to the “First Aid” officer before you leave the courts. The First Aid officer can be found in the club house beside the administration window. If your injury takes place at training, please report it to a Club Committee Member.
How to make a Insurance Claim: Click on the form below to see further information and also the Claim Form.
Fair Play Voucher
Are you eligible for a Fair Play Voucher?– The Fair Play program provides eligible children and young people aged 5 to 17 (inclusive) who can least afford to join a sport or recreation club with a voucher valued at up to $150 for membership and/or registration fees.
More information: Fair Play Voucher Link
The process for obtaining a refund once you have your Fair Play Voucher is as follows:
- Complete the Parent/Guardian/Carer part of the Fair Play Voucher and send the signed copy to the club at email@example.com.
- Send in your bank account details at the same time as you send the Fair Play Voucher.
- Rangers Netball Club will process your voucher with the government.
- If you have paid your invoice in full, Rangers will refund the money to your bank account.
- If you have not paid your invoice in full (eg you are on a payment plan), Rangers will credit the money against the monies outstanding on your invoice.