Campbelltown Rep Carnival 2019

This is a representative carnival  (ie state age teams and train on squads) only

Our carnival in 2019 was held on Sunday 23 June. This is a carnival for 11 years old representative development squads and 12 to 14 years old representative teams and Train On Squads.

The CDNA would like to thank everyone that attended our carnival today!

Results for Website and Facebook3

Club Gala Day 2019

ENTRIES NOW OPEN

Campbelltown Netball Association invites all club teams to attend a club gala day which has been scheduled for Sunday 28 July. The first games will commence at 8:30am.

The Club Gala Day is open to clubs from all Associations and is for modified age groups to seniors. The Entry Fee is $33 including GST.

For Gala Day information please contact Shirley Connolly..

Please submit your entry online. ENTRIES CLOSED

Please send payment of $33 per team by Direct Debit to

Bank: National Australia Bank
BSB: 082 494 Account
Name: Campbelltown Netball Association
Account No: 04 759 7174

or to:
The Treasurer
Campbelltown Netball Association Inc
PO Box 121 Minto NSW 2566

 

Please quote your Association name as reference.

Draws will be available on Sunday morning, they will not be available on the website.

If the weather is inclement, a decision on whether the day will go ahead will be made at 6am on Sunday and will be notified on this website (see Twitter Updates).

Location

The carnival and gala day are being held at Coronation Park Minto (see map for details).

The court plan can be downloaded here.

Parking

Limited parking is available in our car park. The car park will open at 6am. Additional parking options are the parking areas on the western side of the railway line or you can park at Leumeah station.

For people travelling to the event there are 380 car spaces on site. Buses are to drop players off in the Bus Drop Off Zone in Redfern Rd then proceed to the parking area at Victoria Park (see Map),

 

Cars MUST NOT be parked across driveways or on footpaths.

Aerial view of courts