• https://walesnetball.com/storage/2022/08/cropped-wales-netball-icon-logo-1.png

    Posted by:

    Wales Netball

  • Posted on:

    October 19, 2020

Return to Play Roadmap Paused for Wales-wide Lockdown

On Monday 19 October, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced a 17-day ‘fire-break’ nationwide lockdown for Wales. The lockdown will commence from 6pm on Friday 23 October until Monday 9 November.

As a result of this announcement, Welsh Netball can confirm that as of Friday 23 October, its ‘Return to Play’ roadmap will be paused. This means that all organised netball activity is suspended across Wales. This includes our international squads.

Individual fitness activity within household groups is the only physical activity permitted. You may leave the home for local outdoor exercise with your household group, which should start and end at your home. You should not travel for exercise. All sports and leisure facilities will be closed as part of the two-week lockdown.

We understand that this will be very disappointing news for our members and we are hopeful that this will only be a very temporary measure for the duration of the two-week lockdown. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding and please keep safe.

Inter County Championship 2023

Wales Netball hosted the first National Competition of 2022 / 2023 season! The Inter County Championship which was held in Bangor, hosted 37 teams across 5 categories in a exciting 2-day competition weekend! We were privileged to see so many athletes competing in such a exceptional championship, and it was great to see an abundance […]

New Safeguarding Courses

In 2021, we launched our Concern Reporting platform, MyConcern, for our community and pathway Safeguarding Officers to log safeguarding concerns more effectively and efficiently. Since 2021, we have created an action and implementation plan for Safeguarding within netball and as part of that plan, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new Time […]

Wales Netball Seeking Two Non-Executive Directors

We are looking to recruit two enthusiastic and forward-thinking people with specific skills, experience and knowledge to join our Board of Directors. Wales Netball is looking for individuals that can broaden the skills-base and diversity of the Board and support the next stage of growth and development in the organisation. We are looking to recruit […]

Emily Handyside Appointed as Welsh Feathers Head Coach

After a successful recruitment process, we are thrilled to announce that the new Welsh Feathers Head Coach will be Emily Handyside. Emily will take charge this month and will manage upcoming Welsh Feathers campaigns including the Netball World Cup this August. Emily became the Technical Coach for the Welsh Feathers back in September of last […]

Suzy Drane Retires from International Netball

Suzy Drane, Wales’s most capped Netballer and Welsh Feather Number 168 has made the decision to retire from international Netball. Suzy made her debut for the Feathers in 2005 aged 18, and has represented Wales in 125 international matches including appearing at 2 Netball World Cups and 4 Commonwealth Games. Suzy has had a leadership […]

National Academy Squad Announcement

We are excited to reveal the athletes that have been selected for our 2022/23 U21/U19 and U17 National Academy Squads.  The athletes that have been selected are as follows: U21/U19 National Academy Squad Led by Jo Ricketts (Head Coach), Jen Barett (Assistant Coach) and Cerys Rees (Team Manager). A. Heath-Drury F. Collier A. Lillie G. […]
Scroll to Top