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  • 2017 Play Dates!!

    From the SSNA calendar:
    Day 1 - 1 April
    Day 2 - 8 April

    No play 15 and 22 April

    Day 3 - 29 April - and then every Saturday until the long weekend.

    No play - 10 June, 1 July, 8 July.

    Semi's 12/13 August, finals 19 August, GF 26 August with the following Saturday a reserve GF day (e.g. for weather).

    2016 Play Dates!! From the SSNA calendar:
    Day1 - 2 April
    Day 2 - 9 April

    No play 16 and 23 April

    Day 3 - 30 April - and then every Saturday until the long weekend.

    No play - 11 June, 2 July, 9 July.

    Semi's 13/14 August, finals 20 August, GF 27 August with the following Saturday a reserve GF day (e.g. for weather).

     
  • Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at Cronulla RSL Memorial Club. 7.30pm. All teams to please send a representative.

     
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Monday, 30 May 2011 19:22

Harassment

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Harassment of Umpires - No Way!!!

The SSNA seek to remind us all that every person in sport, in every role, has the right to participate in an environment that is fun, safe and healthy, and to be treated with respect, dignity and fairness. The following does not only apply to umpires, but also players, coaches and spectators.

Bullying is deliberately hurting a person either physically, verbally, psychologically or socially.

The Sutherland Shire Netball Association and clubs have a legal and a moral responsibility (duty of care) to create an environment where all members can have fun and be safe from any form of abuse while participating or officiating in sport.

  • Understand what bullying is and the negative impact it can have on you and those around you.
  • Recognise we are all role models. Set a good example and reinforce positive behaviour.
  • Accept your obligation to ensure a safe and respectful sporting environment by not engaging in, allowing, condoning or ignoring behaviour that constitutes , or could be perceived as, bullying.
  • Accept feedback without being defensive and change, if needed.
  • Establish open and honest communication with all members, including parents, players, managers, coaches, administrators and umpires..
  • Be prepared to look critically at our own behaviour.
  • Promote the ‘Spirit of the Game’.

Written by Alison Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 22:37