Wingrave Netball club was created in 1997 and started off as a small group of ladies playing netball. This has now grown to having 5 teams playing in the Aylesbury league, plus a youth development team. We also run a junior club for ages 5-14yrs (boys and girls welcome) where we have approx. 35-40 players, as well as offering ‘back to netball’ , ‘walking netball’ and Mixed Fast 5 sessions during the summer.
Many of our players now have the opportunity to play with their daughters as they progress from juniors to seniors, which is a great testimony to the sport that it allows a range of ages to play together!
We love our netball and try to make it accessible to as many people as possible who want to play, including men! We host a mixed versatility tournament which is a great day with some eye opening approaches to netball !
For further details about the club constitution, please click here Club Constitution
Wingrave Netball Club is Silver CAPs accredited, which means ‘The Club Action Planning Scheme’ (CAPS) is aligned to the Sport England Clubmark accreditation scheme which is the only national cross sports quality accreditation scheme for clubs with junior sections. It is built around a set of core criteria which ensure that accredited clubs operate to a set of consistent, accepted and adopted minimum operating standards.
Meet the committee
We have an active club committee where we meet 6-7 times per year. If you’re interested in joining the committee please contact us
Chairman – Georgie Camfield
Treasurer – Julie Pugh
Secretary – Adele Thomson
Junior Club Co-ordinator – Claire Sawyer
Child Protection Officer -Kathrine Passmore
Senior Club Co-ordinator – Santria Jones
Club Development Officer– John Harper
Social Media Secretary – Nikita Edwards
Social Secretary – Debbie Inns
WWRSAL Representative – Jane Lamberth
Linking with other Wingrave village sports clubs
Wingrave Netball Club belongs to ‘Wingrave with Rowsham Sports and Leisure’ (WWRSAL)
WWRSAL was formed in 1999 with the object of promoting sporting and leisure activities in the parish. It manages, on behalf of the Parish Council, both the Recreation Ground and Wingrave Park including both pavilions. The sports clubs who use the sports grounds are affiliated to WWRSAL, these are:
- Wingrave Tennis Club
- Wingrave Junior Football Club
- Wingrave Senior Football Club
- Wingrave Cricket Club
- Wingrave Bowls Club
- Wingrave Croquet Club
For more information about these clubs please click on the above links