News

New Court lights
Pt Pirie netball Complex now have the latest in Court Lighting, thanks to a generous donation from the Pt Pirie Twilight Netball Association. The previous lights were in need of replacing. We are currently looking at extending the lighting to other courts to allow for more access at night for training and twilight games. Pt Pirie Assoc. wish to thank Twilight Netball for their continued support and donations. Anyone interested in donating for this worthy course please contact Mikell Afford Secr...
Wanted Sponsors 2008
Calling all those interested in Sponsoring Pt Pirie Netball association to contact Mikell Afford, Sec.  We offer many different ways of sponsorship, presently we are offering advertising sign frames.  Pirie Netball provide the framework and offer the sites per year : 1 sign facing Wanderah Rd $100 per year, : 1 sign facing inside the Court Complex $50 per year, : or 2 signs facind Wanderah Rd and inside the Courts for $150 per year.    We also accept donations towards our Co...
Netta Netball commencing 17th May, 2008
Netta Netball for 5 - 7 year old girls will commence 17th May, 10.15am at the Pt Pirie Netball Complex.  This is designed to provide the basic skills required to commence Netball, and best of all its fun for all.  Pam Hutchinson and Margaret Harvey coordinate the Netta Netball along with many other volunteers and parents help every Saturday.  Please contact Mikell Afford Secretary or Pam Hutchinson for further information and registration forms, or simply turn up a...
2008 Service Awards for Pt Pirie Netball Assoc,
  .   2008 Pt Pirie Netball Association Service Awards Presented 3rd May, Opening Ceremony by the Mayor Geoff Brock.   Service Awards are for anyone who has given outstanding service to Pt Pirie Netball Association, either as a volunteer, player, coach or other. Not necessarily a committee member.   Mick Broughton Micheal or Mick as he is well known to all, has been the gate keeper at netball for the past 8 ½ years, also assisting with grounds maintenance and ensuring t...
Spencer Regional Academy
May 6th we will see Pt Pirie host its first Academy training for the many talented girls selected from around the Iron Triangle to participate in the regions first official Academy.  This squad of players is charged by Head Coach - Trudi Mclaughlin, Program Sec. Margaret Withers, Head Umpire -  Nancy Marsh and the many talented coaches form around the region, one of them being our own St Marks Celtic A1 grade Player and Committee member Liz Brown.   Thaks you to Justin ...