CLUB INFORMATION

Everything you need to know

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

At Kinross, we have certain policies and procedures that we are founded upon. Please click on the relevant link to open the required document. 

CALENDAR

An annual list of important dates relevant to our club and Joondalup Netball Association.

UNIFORMS

The Kinross Netball Club uniform includes the following compulsory items:

  • Kinross Netball Club official dress

  • Kinross Netball Club official singlet/shorts

  • Black sports shorts (boy leg)

Other club merchandise as per the uniform order form includes socks and jackets.

All enquiries regarding uniforms should be sent to the uniform coordinator - kinrossnetball.uniforms@gmail.com

 

At our grading days, uniforms will be available to try on for sizing and order in time for the commencement of the Winter season. Grading will be held on Thursday, Feb 18, Sunday, Feb 21 and Thursday, Feb 25.  These club dates can be found here.

The committee would also like to facilitate the selling of second hand uniforms at the clubs grading days before the beginning of the Winter Season. For those who would like to utilise this opportunity, please deliver your second hand item with an envelope pinned to it. The envelope needs to have the name of the owner, contact details and sale price. The uniform coordinator will supervise these sales.

NET SET GO

Net Set Go is the only introductory program in Australia aimed at developing children aged 5-10 years old. For more information please click on this link here.

KID SPORT FUNDING

KidSport enables eligible Western Australian children aged 5-18 years old, the ability to participate in community sport by offering them financial assistance towards club fees, compulsory uniforms and equipment costs. KidSport applications are available online at this link here.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Applicant must be 5-18 years old

  • Applicant must have a Health Care or Pensioner Concession Card OR
    Meet one of the financial exceptions (more information here)

  • Applicants place of residence must be in the local government area they are applying to

Other information:

  • Funding will cover the cost of fees to join the nominated sport or recreation club (this may include other club-related costs, such as equipment and uniform as identified by the club and approved by the local government).

  • Maximum of up to $200 per child per calendar year

  • Fees are only for the nominated registered season

  • No retrospective fees will be paid

  • No limitation to the number of applicants per family as long as the eligibility criteria for each child is met

Upon approval of your application, you will be issued with a unique code. This needs to be advised to the club when registering. The club invoices the local government of the player on the condition that the local council approved the relevant player's voucher.

 

Please contact your local council for more information and help to obtain an approval. Information can also be found on the WA Department of Sport and Recreation KidSport website and relevant council areas websites.