Throughout the year WDNA offers club tournaments for domestic teams to get the opportunity to experience tournament netball. Teams from all over Victoria are welcome to attend. The tournaments are always a lot of fun and it is great to get teams from WDNA and our wider community involved.

Teams: These do not have to be your Saturday teams. If you have some players wanting to participate from a couple of teams, join them together. Or any group of friend can get together.

General tournament information:

Cost: $100 per team (per tournament)
Umpire: If you would like us to provide an umpire an additional $120 is payable
Inclusion: As per domestic competition, boys are welcome to play
How do you pay: Our bank account Information is provided on the Trybooking link
Further information: If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at [email protected]

11/U (females & males – no restrictions)
13/U (max 2 males up to 13 years of age as at the tournament date may participate)
15/U (max 2 males up to15 years of age as at the tournament date may participate)
17/U (max 3 males up to 17 years of age as at the tournament date may participate)
Open (up to 3 males )

Conditions of entry:
-All teams must supply a badged umpire & they must be available for the finals no matter what age group they umpire.
-Failure of an umpire to fulfill a duty will incur a $25 per game penalty.
-Players must be the age or under in the age group they are playing as of 31/12/23
-Players may only represent one team.
-No injury time, players must leave the court to obtain treatment.
-We reserve the right to regrade

WDNA Club Tournament

When: Saturday 24th June
Times: 1st round – 1pm to approximately 8 pm
Other: If you would like to enter a 9/U team, email me and we will see if we have enough interest
How do we sign up: Go to https://www.trybooking.com/CIPHC


In the past WDNA has had the honor of hosting the Kalkaringi Netball Team to compete in this tournament, unfortunately, this has been discontinued however, it is still nice to look back on it.

Kalkaringi Netball Team

In 2014 Waverley District Netball Association partnered with Kalkaringi School to help introduce netball to the children in the community and bring a group of 10 indigenous kids to Melbourne to compete in their first ever organised netball competition.

Since then netball has been going strong in Kalkaringi and the team has continued to grow. In 2015 and 2016 a new group of children came to Melbourne to compete in the WDNA/Kalkaringi netball tournament.

Kalkaringi School Background

Kalkaringi School services the very remote Northern Territory communities of Kalkarindji and Daguragu, and is located in the community of Kalkarindji, 480km southwest of Katherine. The combined population of the two communities is approximately 750 people.

The Gurindji people are the traditional owners of the land. In 1966 Gurindji workers on Wave Hill Station went on strike over wages and conditions. The famous ‘Wave Hill Walk Off’ followed and is attributed to the start of the land rights movement in Australia.

Kalkaringi School has been a Preschool to Year 12 School since 2003, providing a comprehensive curriculum for students from both the Kalkarindji and Daguragu communities. Our students come from a diverse cultural and linguistic background. Most of the students are Gurindji but we also have Warlpiri, Mudburra and other indigenous and non- indigenous families as part of our community.

The school population is about 160 which includes our playgroup. The school also has a playgroup run through the Families as First Teachers Program, catering for 0 to 3 year old children and their carers.

Vision and Values of Kalkaringi School

To empower the community through Education.

This is achieved by:

  • Respecting each other
  • Listening to each other
  • Supporting and encouraging each other
  • Taking responsibility for our actions
  • Striving to improve

We will learn from the work of all those who have been here before us and are proud of our history and culture.