Westminster Old Scholars Netball Association

WOSNA Development Fund


Dear Friends of Westminster Old Scholars Netball Association, 

Established in 2002, we strive to provide opportunities for young women to play netball, and advance their skill level in a friendly, inclusive social environment. We compete in the Adelaide Metropolitan Netball Division at the Netball SA complex on a Saturday afternoon.
Our club is thriving with three teams registered this season, a strong committee of passionate young women  and an exciting vision for the future. 
To strengthen our club we have an exciting vision for the future. We are aiming to raise enough funds to enable us to re-surface the two old outdoor netball courts at Glandore Oval.
Training at Glandore would enable us to build a closer sense of community and comradeship within the Netball Club and with the Football Club. Our three teams currently train in the Westminster Preparatory School gym on one court, which does not provide sufficient room for all teams to train together.
Please contact us regarding any other sponsorship opportunities- we would love to hear your ideas.

Your generous support is greatly appreciated.


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