Kites Netball

KITES netball club focuses exclusively on junior and young adult netballers.  We accept new members from U13 and continue to offer competitive and social netball up to U19  

Find out more on the  JOIN OUR CLUB page.

Term Dates

Summer Term details

Happy holidays everyone!   We're on a break now until Saturday 22nd April.   When we start again, we move to our outside venue at Gosford Hill School outdoor netball courts.  New times - please note:

8.45 - 10.15 am  U17 Rebels, U15 Dragons and U19 Kites - Rob Smith, Tess Horn/Cat Hauer 
10.15 - 11.30 am U13 and U15 Evo squads  - Tess Horn/Cat Hauer

Term Dates  download dates
Saturdays: 22nd and 29th April, 6th, 13th, 20th May up to half term
Saturdays:  10th, 17th, 24th and 30th June, 1st July and our GALA/AGM on 8th July

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Latest news

All matches cancelled on Thu 19th Jan

Due to freezing temperatures, matches are cancelled tonight....

Rob Smith now UKCC Level 2 Coach

Congratulations to Rob who has worked hard to secure his UKCC level 2 coaching certificate in netball.  This is a significant commitment, with lots of.......

Olivia Jordan is U17 Div 2 Players Player of the year

Congratulations to Olivia, who was nominated often enough last season (2021-22) in the U17 Div 2 to be named overall Players Player and was presented .......

Dragon Kites medal at U15 tournament

Dragon Kites medal at U15 tournament Congratulations to Dragon Kites who won their section at the U15 seeding tournament and will go into Div 1 in U15s.   Evo Kites also had a great morni.......

We love playing netball!
We think that team sports help you to develop emotionally and socially.

It is great to have a sport that you can do when you are grown up as well.

We give an equal chance to develop your netball skills whatever experience you come with and whatever speed you develop at.

We give the opportunity to play competitively if you want.

We think that enjoying sport helps you to have a positive, healthy body image as you grow up.

Being and feeling safe is important. Read our Safeguarding Policy to understand how we can help.