Sydney Uni Netball club has a number of different netball options which run throughout the year, catering for all abilities. Further information surrounding any of our competitions can be found on their social platforms. See links below.
Since 2017, Sydney Uni has paired with Inner Western Suburbs Netball Association (IWSNA) and competed in the Metro League, our most competitive level of netball. The 2021 season runs from April to September, and games are held at Netball Central. The top tier strength, conditioning and training facilities offered at Sydney Uni are accessed by our squads during the season. Trials are traditionally held in November, and this platform is available for both students and non-students.
Since the 2017 merger with IWSNA, Sydney Uni has submitted teams into the Saturday afternoon winter competition, which is held between April and September at Cintra Park in Concord. Grading is in early March, and teams have the option of training. This competition is for both students and non-students alike. It is recommended you register with IWSNA here.
Since 2019, Sydney University has entered both mixed and women’s squads into Teal Cup, a Sydney based competition hosted by UTS. Held in April and May and only available to current students, this competition is used as match practice for our nationals squads against some of the best university squads, including UNSW and Macquarie Uni. In 2020, our women’s team won the Teal Cup title.
Previously known as Australian University Games, SUNC annually competes with the best universities in the country for the Nationals title in both mixed and women’s netball. In 2019 the women’s team were runners up in Division 1.
In 2021 the competition will be held in the semester 2 mid-semester break on the Gold Coast. This competition is only available to current students, and trials are held in July.
Similar to the SUSF Social Netball comp, SUNC submits teams into the Parklands Netball Competition. Held at Moore Park Tennis Centre, the Parklands Competition is a relaxed and friendly netball experience, which includes dress up rounds and prizes to be won throughout the season. Parklands has both mixed and women’s comps, and teams are submitted based on demand. This is open to everyone.