ST AGNES NETBALL CLUB

Silver CAPS Accredited

How to Join St Agnes Netball Club

St Agnes Netball Club is currently open to new members, please use the Contact Us section of the website to find out more.

St Agnes is a Silver CAPS Netball Club

St Agnes Netball Club is Silver CAPS accredited club. Achieving this accreditation is recognised nationally as having a well run club which is ACTIVE and ACCESSIBLE. This means we are getting the best out of young people and giving everyone a sporting chance.

The Silver CAPS is the Second level, and is about demonstrating further quality across the areas of coaching, officiating, and developing volunteers. Clubs achieving Silver or Gold are demonstrating that they have met the minimum operating standards required for Clubmark but have also demonstrated a further commitment to ensuring a club environment which provides a higher quality of coaching, leadership and volunteer opportunities for young people.

Training

Training is held at Truro School in the new state of the art Sir Ben Ainslie Sports Centre which has a double court facility.

Junior training is held on Wednesday evenings, 6.00pm - 9.00pm led by Junior Coach Amanda Davey.

Senior training is held on Thursday evenings, 8.00pm - 9.30pm led by Head Coach Victoria Welch.

Matches

Home matches are played on Tuesday evenings at Richard Lander School in Truro. Matches start at 6.45pm & 8.15pm. Away matches are played at the oppositions home venues throughout Cornwall.

See our Calendar page for when the next home game is on! Supporters welcome!!

See the Cornwall Netball website to see how we did last season!

Coaches & Umpires

The coaching team is led by Victoria Welch (UKCC 2). Victoria has been coaching at St Agnes for 6 years after joining the club having relocated from London. Victoria has previously played for Kent County Netball Club first team in the National Premier 1st Division. Victoria started her coaching career subsequent to a long injury break and has coached teams from the County youth set up and senior teams within Kent County NC.

Victoria is supported by, Ruth Carter (UKCC 2), Lucianne Stribley (UKCC 1), Donna Trevelyan (UKCC 2) and Amanda Davey our Junior Club Coach (UKCC 2)

The club has 3 qualified C Award umpires; Ruth Carter, Victoria Welch & Sandy Spence. Other members are currently working towards their C Award assessment.

 

Match Kit

 

 

 

 

From England Netball supplier Kukri these dresses are made in wicking fabrics with cotton elastane side panels for keeping your hands sweat free.

2013/2014 Committee & Club Officers

Committee

Chair - Ruth Carter
Vice-Chair - Amie Hoskin
Secretary - Donna Trevelyan
Treasurer - Abi Webb
Head Coach - Victoria Welch
1st Captain - Claire White
2nd Captain - Polly Wallace
3rd Captain - Alice Whitbread-Abrutat 
4th Captain - Emma Smith
5th Captain - Sarah Jago  
Under 18s Rep - Jessie Holman
Junior Club Rep -  Amanda Davey or Sam Turner

Coaching Team

Victoria Welch (UKCC 2) 

Amanda Davey (Juniors) (UKCC 2)

Ruth Carter (UKCC 2)

Lucianne Stribley (UKCC 1)

Donna Trevelyan (UKCC 2)

Club Officers

Kit & Equipment - Mary-Ann Waters
Safeguarding - Victoria Welch & Ruth Carter 
Health & Safety - Lisa Brennan
Publicity - Mary-Ann Waters
Sponsorship & Grants - Unfilled
Social - Lowenna Hoskins and Lisa Brennan 
Umpiring - Lowenna Hoskins
Fixtures  - Ruth Carter & Donna Trevelyan
Social Media - Donna Trevelyan
Minutes Secretary - Sam Ely

Back in the day...

St Agnes Ladies Netball Club was founded in 1974 by friends Di Stephens and Jan Ball. Leaflets were distributed around the village and soon a squad was formed.

The first committee consisted of Di Stephens as Chair, Irene Christoforides as Secretary, Jan Ball as Treasurer and Carol Winter as Social Secretary. The club continued on for probably about 15 years or so, becoming very successful with 3 teams at one stage and the 1st team twice played up into the 1st division!!

The club often used to win the Geoff Burley yearly cup for the ‘Nicest Club’ in which all the teams in the division voted for the most sportsmanlike behaviour! But the highlight of the year was the St Agnes Carnival in which the club always took part, usually with a humorous theme, one year being the 'Olympic Netball Team!’.

The Club was re-vamped in July 2002 by Jan Ball with the help of her daughter Suzii and has gone from strength to strength ever since. 

Thanks to Jan Ball for suppling info and photos.