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    Sporting items

    Amart Sports

    Thunderbolts receives 5% from any of your purchases at REBEL Sports - just mention Thunderbolts Netball Club at the time of purchase so we can receive credit to buy more equipment.

     

  • How to Score

    1. Make sure you have the right score sheet – check the court number and time at the top of the page.

    2. Use a black or blue pen (something that will not run if it rains, this is usually provided with the score sheet). No pencils.

    3. It is the Team Managers responsibility to ensure all players have signed the score sheet. This also includes if a player is "playing up" from another team. The signature on the scoresheet should be the same as the one on the master sheet held by the Redlands Netball Association (RNA). All players should sign the sheet before taking the court. If a player arrives late they must sign the score sheet before the end of the game. Once play has commenced only the players listed on the score sheet can take the court.

    4. Stay with the scorer from the other team, especially if you score half the game each. If you leave the other scorer, you have no recourse at the end of the half or game if there is a discrepancy.

    5. The scorer notes the centre passes. Note who has the first centre pass and then note down each one after it has been taken. If at some time during the game the umpires cannot agree as to which team has the next centre, they can defer to the scorer.

    6. Indicate a cross (X) on the scoresheet for each unsuccessful attempt at goal in the quarter it occurs. If the shooter is allowed to retake the attempt at goal because of a penalty then the first attempt is not considered unsuccessful and should not be indicated by a cross (X) on the sheet.

    7. If an attempt is successful and a goal is scored indicate by a tick (√) in the goals attempted section of the score sheet.

    8. Mark off each goal as it occurs with a line through the number. At the end of each quarter, circle the last goal scored. Goals scored should equal ticks (√) in the attempts rows for each quarter.

    9. At the end of the game, check and write the final score in the Total box.

    Also ensure that you have all the signatures required – captains, umpires and scorers.

    Please note that umpires only sign score sheet to confirm they have umpired the game, whilst captains and scorers should not sign score sheet until the final score has been checked and agreed to be correct.

  • Thunderbolts Netball Club

     
     
     
    Thunderbolts is affiliated with the Redlands Netball Association, and is based at the Pinklands Sporting Ground at Thornlands. All teams train weekly at Pinklands.
     
    We welcome players from all parts of the Redlands, including Cleveland, Ormiston, Birkdale, Wellington Point, Thornlands, Victoria Point, Redland Bay, Sheldon, Mt Cotton, Alexandra Hills and Capalaba. We cater for players of all ages - from 7 years of age to Seniors (open age).
     
    A modified rules version of Netball is available for children from 7 years and under, this is now called Net Set Go. Players from 10 years, play in modified rules games each Saturday. Players from 11 years play with full rules.
     
    We are committed to the development of our players, coaches and umpires, and we actively promote and value the involvement of parents in our activities - we encourage and welcome your input and feedback.
     
     
    We have an exciting range of shirts, jackets, visors and other merchandise to compliment our already fabulous dress design as well as supporters shirts, all is revealed by clicking on the Shop tab..
     
    We welcome new and continuing players - click on the Registration tab. Please check regularly in the Members Info for updates and important information.
     
    Useful information is also available at the Redlands Netball Association or Netball Queensland websites.
     

    Our goals for 2020 include:

    Development of quality coaches through:

      • Running coaching information sessions
      • Develop mentoring programs
      • Attending coaching activities
      • Have a calendar of coaching courses/events
      • Develop Resources page/list of available resources
      • Conduct clinics

    Increase Umpire numbers and improve levels

      • Advertising for quality umpires
      • Decide optimum level of umpires
      • Have a calendar of umpiring courses/events
      • Resources page/list of available resources
      • Conduct training sessions

    Develop and maintain community within Thunderbolts

      • Develop the profile of Executive members
      • Ensure all communication is timely and relevant
      • Run surveys with club members
      • Increase benefits to members through fee discounts
      • Encourage an easier registration process
      • Run social events for club members