Netball

England Netball is the National Governing Body for netball in England.

Netball is a ball sport played by two teams of seven players who compete to put the ball through two netted, one hoops at either end of a court.

Netball’s development, derived from early versions of basketball, began in England in the 1890s. At least one million women and girls play netball every week and levels of participation are growing quickly. England Netball has have 75,000 affiliated memberst one million women and girls play netball every week. England Netball’s aim is to provide their members and partners with the best possible service and experience in sport.

Find out more about England Netball by clicking here.

Lincolnshire County Netball

Lincolnshire County Netball is a county association set up to develop netball in Lincolnshire.

The association runs a variety of programmes in partnership with England Netball, including the popular Back to Netball scheme.

Back to Netball encourages beginners and re-starters back to the sport. There are a number of Back to Netball sessions in Lincolnshire which are friendly and informal, and hope to encourage more women to play netball. Find a session near you by clicking here.

Find out more about Lincolnshire County Netball by clicking here.

Contact England Netball and Lincolnshire County Netball

Louise Key, Netball Development Officer for Lincolnshire
Tel: 01522 585 580    Mob:  07545 924 994
Email: louise.key@englandnetball.co.uk

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