Fremantle Netball Association

FNA is committed to providing support and opportunities to players of all levels of netball.

The Fremantle Netball Association’s season runs from April to September annually, encompassing approximately 35 clubs, and over 500 teams ranging from 7 years old to adults. FNA offer strong development programs for coaches, players, and umpires. FNA provides support and a pathway to higher levels of competition, so all members can develop to their full potential.

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Fremantle Netball Association
Fremantle Netball Association45 minutes ago
VOLUNTEER WEEK - We would like to acknowledge Lynley Biancuzzo. Lynley was nominated by fellow Tingara committee members.

Lynley has been a Tingara netball club committee member for 6 years and club coach for 8 years. She finds coaches for every Tingara team, and provides support, development and mentoring for all of them. She coaches multiple teams herself and works hard to make sure every single player has the opportunity to learn, develop and enjoy their game. She goes above and beyond to deliver the absolute best to all of Tingara's coaches and players and they love her for it.

#Volunteerweek #FNA2021 #FreoNetball #FremantleNetballAssociation #TrueSport #FNAClubs

Fremantle Netball Association
Fremantle Netball Association2 hours ago

We would like to highlight some of our amazing volunteers this week (and all season).

We will post each day this week, and through out the season will post our True Sport nominees. If you know someone in your club or at FNA who deserves to be thanked and acknowledged please in box us with the details and a picture.

A True Sport values are:
 Bring Your Best
Bring your best to every game and enjoy the challenge win, lose or draw.
 Play Fair
Play by the rules and uphold the spirit of the game – both on and off the field.
 Show Respect
Treat others how you want to be treated. Respect everyone’s contribution to the game.
 Have Fun
It’s a game, enjoy it! Celebrate a game well played, not just the final score.
 Be Healthy
Look after yourself and lead by example. Respect your mental and physical health by making good choices.
 Include All
Invite everyone to play your sport. Being an inclusive community is the Australian way.
 Give Back
Lend a helping hand. No matter how big or small, the sporting community can’t survive without you. Thank those involved in bringing you the game.
 Be Safe
We’ve got your back. Ensure your team mates are safe both on and off the field.

#Truesport #FNA2021 #Volunteerweek
Fremantle Netball Association
Fremantle Netball Association3 days ago
Please ensure you sign in with SafeWA this weekend when at FNA, and enjoy being mask free.

We look forward to seeing you all!
Fremantle Netball Association
Fremantle Netball Association3 days ago

2021 State Umpire Squad announced... FNA's successful umpires in WANL's and emerging talent program 2021.

Left to right: Bethan duffill Madison Rogers Jenna Muir Christine Johnson Morgan Adshead Claire Ryan, back row Jerome Gillbard.

What a team!!!

Congratulations !

read more here:

#FNA2021 #fnaumpires #FremantleNetballAssociation #Freonetball #giveback
Fremantle Netball Association
Fremantle Netball Association4 days ago

Congratulations to the following FNA members on selections for the 15U State School Girls Team in which they will travel to the North West Championships in June.

Kianah Davey ~ Rossmoyne Netball Club
Annabel Dryland ~ St Christopher's Netball Club
Teddi Lowe ~ Tingara Netball Club

Jacinta Nicholls ~ Melville Lakers Netball Club

#FNA2021 #FremantleNetballAssociation #FreoNetball #FNArepteams #NetballCommunity
Fremantle Netball Association
Fremantle Netball Association5 days ago

Mel has coached for Cockburn Netball Club, Fremantle Netball Association and with East Fremantle Sharks.

"Her years of hard work at Fremantle Netball Association have led to this incredible achievement. Mel has been coaching at her FNA Club, Cockburn Netball Club, since 2000 and has been involved with FNA's representative team programs, State teams, the Fever in Time program and of course has been with us from the beginning of our Club in the GIG WANL competition!
Mel earned her Advanced Coaching accreditation in 2019 and is the Assistant Coach for this year's 19 & Under State Team." (quoted EF Sharks Netball)

Mel your achievements are a credit to the hard work and commitment you have dedicated to your netball coaching and we are so proud and pleased to see you rewarded with the 2021 Bette Allison Coaching Scholarship from NWA.

#FNA2021 #FremantleNetballAssociation #FreoNetball #FNACoaches #heartofgold

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