Parkville Netball Competitions
All Abilities (AAA)
What is NetSetGO?
NetSetGO Weekly Program
NetSetGO Holiday Clinics
Parkville Rep Team
Parkville 11 & Under Rep Team
Parkville 13 & Under Rep Team
Parkville 15 & Under Rep Team
Parkville Rep Team Coaches
Parkville Player Pathways
Beginners Umpire Workshop
Club Profile - Melbourne University Netball Club
Hadfield Netball Club
Heights Netball Club
Port Melbourne Netball Club
2019 Netball Victoria Online Membership Registration
Netball Victoria Insurance Claim Form
Netball Victoria Child Safety in Netball Policy
Netball Victoria Child Safety in Netball Code of Conduct
Q&A - Working With Children Checks for Netball Victoria Affiliates
Male Participation In Netball
Photo & Video Consent Form
Direct Credit Application Form
Statement By A Supplier form
Complaint Report Form
Codes of Behaviour
General Code of Behaviour
Player Code of Behaviour
Coach Code of Behaviour
Parent/Guardian Clode of Behaviour
12th Oct 2014 - Parkville Umpires & Supervisors
11th Mar 2014 - Parkville State Titles Eligibility
9th Jul 2015 - Change to Thursday Night Open Competitiion
9th Jul 2015 - New Thursday Night 15&U Divisions
27th June 2017 - Working With Children Check
Current Parkville By-Laws
Memo - Amendments - 5th Dec 2014
Memo - Amendments - 17th Apr 2015
2019 Parkville Netball By-Laws
Competition Entry Forms
Instructions for Clubs to Enter Teams Through Online System
2019 Autumn Season Entry Information
Parkville Rep Team
2019 Parkville Rep Team Coach Application
Elmer State Titles
About Parkville Netball
Competitions & Programs
Weather & Cancellations
Pre 1969 - Netball has been played in the Parkville/Royal Park vicinity for a long period of time. The location of the courts and the organising committees have changed a number of times over the years.
1969-1991 - Victorian Netball Association (VNA) played out of the previous State Netball Centre, where there were 4 indoor and 20 outdoor courts.
1992-1999 - VNA was renamed Royal Park Netball Association (RPNA) in 1992. Royal Park was a strong, competitive Association and produced the likes of Eloise Southby-Halbish.
1999 - In 1999, the government built the State Netball Hockey Centre and Netball Victoria took control of the competitions. Consequently RPNA folded.
2001 - The State Netball Competitions were established and operated from the new venue.
2002 - The competitions changed name in 2002 becoming Parkville Netball Competitions. An independent advisory group was formed at this point to provide support and advice to the competition administrator. Parkville Netball Competition's has steadily grown over the years, to become the biggest domestic netball competition in Victoria.