Macfarlane Diamonds Sparkle

When you love a sport, you want a chance to show people what you’re made of. For teacher Hannah Robbins, from Macfarlane School in the Northern Territory, she saw the passion her students had for netball and decided to make their dreams possible. If the girls kept a high attendance record throughout the year then ... More

Darwin Champions All Abilities

It’s shocking when you realise something you value so much isn’t available to everyone. For Chantelle Ayers seeing that there was no netball competition for disabled youth where she lived meant something had to be done. Which is why in 2018, with the help of the Confident Girls Foundation, Pints Netball club, Banks ... More

We’re Stronger Together

It can be hard to find roots in a new community. We’ve all experienced that feeling at a new job, school, church or sporting club, unsure where to begin but wanting to feel a part of it all like you once did. It’s a daunting time. That’s why Netball ACT and the Confident Girls Foundation developed an outreach program ... More

Beauty Overcomes Oceans

There’s something about a netball carnival that pushes you that little bit further. For Beauty, a player in the Waibene Netball Association it was when she realised how much sport meant to her, “It has changed my whole outlook on sport. It’s all about working as a team and not about how many goals you score”. Yet ... More

Learning Through Play

For the special needs school of Kintore St in Katherine NT, access to sporting equipment was difficult to find as the size of the school meant they were often overlooked when funding opportunities arose. This harsh fact meant the kids, who were already living in remote areas away from additional care options, also had ... More


Sport is an important part of so many of our lives. But for some young girls, it’s a luxury their parents can’t afford.   This is Aussie. She’s 11 years old and lives in Nhill, Victoria. Aussie lives with her family who, with other members of the Karen community, fled their home on the Thai-Burmese ... More


No Limits gives participants with an intellectual disability aged 11 and over the opportunity to engage with netball, meet new friends and play in a safe environment as part of a team.   For one No Limits player Grace Pirie, who has cerebral palsy, it was the perfect fit to continue playing the sport she loved ... More


It is hard for a lot of us to imagine living and attending school in the middle of Australia, however, five hours south of Alice Springs, in South Australia, this is reality for those living the APY lands and the children attending the Indulkana Anagu School.   One of the biggest challenges faced by Indulkana ... More


For the team at Coolum Netball Club, it’s important that every child can give netball a go.   Inclusion NetSetGO introduces Indigenous and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities and people with disabilities to netball.   The Inclusion NetSetGO program at Coolum Netball Club gives ... More


The Gazelle Netball Club introduced their Empowerment Program as a tool to help their junior netballers become strong, confident, and resilient girls. The overall aim was to provide them with skills that will assist and encourage them to be the best person they can be.   The program which runs all year round, ... More