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Every team requires an Umpire. As part of our commitment to the development of Netball for our young players we offer a variety of support to those….

 

Due to the dynamic nature of COVID-19, we are in a state of regular and ongoing reviews of how the 2020 Kidzplay Netball Winter Season may be impacted. 

However, at this stage the event is still going ahead as planned and we will continue our plans to bring you a wonderful season.

Should anything change, we will update our Facebook page and website (this page) as soon as possible.

Protecting everyone’s health is our priority, while also operating within the situation as best we can. At present, the following is the status of our events that are coming up in the next four weeks:

TERM 1 PRE-SEASON TRAINING SESSIONS AND MEETINGS:

  • School Co-ordinators meeting will be going ahead on Wednesday 18th Please advise attendance
  • All other pre-season meetings and training sessions will be moved to Term 2, dates TBC

2020 WINTER LEAGUE

  • To be able to accommodate all the postponed training sessions and meetings from Term 1 prior to the start of the season, our Winter Season dates will now be as follows:
    • The 2020 Winter League will run from 23 May to 27 June (excluding 30 May – Queen’s Birthday) and from 25 July to 5 September (12 weeks)
    • Registration deadline has been extended to 7 April. Click here for the online registration form
    • Coaching Training Sessions for Coaches: Monday 18 May, Monday 8 June , Monday 27 July
    • First Steps to Umpiring Course: Saturday 16 May
    • Pre-season Pool Umpires meetings and training sessions: Dates TBC
    • To view the calendar for 2020, please click here
    • Please note all dates are subject to change at short notice

 

Please be rest assured we will take immediate action to respond to the changing situation as expected by the government. For now the government’s advice to New Zealanders is listed on the MoH COVID-19 webpage.  Some of their key messages to New Zealanders are:

  • Wash your hands
  • If you don’t need to travel overseas, then don’t. Enjoy your own back yard for a time
  • If you’re sick stay home
  • If you sneeze, sneeze into your elbow
  • Stop handshakes, hugs, and hongi
  • Please be mindful of the older citizens in your life. Check in on them, but if you’re sick keep your distance
  • Anyone arriving from overseas must follow the self-isolation process

Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to your continuing support through these uncertain times.