We are a local netball club based in Attadale, Western Australia, run by a group of dedicated volunteers who support and encourage the sport of netball by players of all ages and abilities. New players and volunteers are welcome! We have NetSetGO (7 to 10), Junior (11 to 17), and Senior (18 & over) grade teams.
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We are a member club of the Fremantle Netball Association. Check out their website for seasonal fixtures, policies, resources, and more.
Attadale Netball Club was established in 1968. An inaugural meeting was held on 29th February 1968 at Attadale Primary School to form a club to participate in the Fremantle Women’s Basketball Association Inc.
By 1973 the Club joined with other sports clubs in the area to form the Troy Park Sports Committee, and applied to Melville Council to start using the Troy Park Reserve. Initially a single grass court was marked out for the Club’s use and goal posts were borrowed.
In 1975, when Attadale had grown from 24 players to 182 players, the club rooms at Troy Park were opened and two bitumen courts were in regular use.
The Club made history in 1977 by fielding the youngest ever SA1 team at Fremantle Netball Association and the introduction of a new uniform in 1979 made such a good impression that Attadale was awarded the Rita Laurie Shield for the Best Dressed Team for three years in a row.
Soon after, a campaign for two more bitumen courts came to fruition and in January 1984 Attadale reached its largest membership to date, with 34 teams entering competition. This made the Club the largest in the Association.
On 7th February 1986, Attadale Netball Club received its Certificate of Incorporation after officially adopting a formal constitution the previous year.
The Club has continued to grow as schools in the Attadale suburb have grown, and in 2014, it was the largest club in the Fremantle Netball Association, with 46 teams and 407 players.
We look forward to a successful and fun future in netball!