Netball: Perth claims two flags at Association Championships


PNA Under-13 division 7 player Brooklyn Maxville whose team won their grand final against Esperance
PC - PNA open division one team beat Kalamunda in their grand final
PNA Under-13 division 7 player Brooklyn Maxville whose team won their grand final against Esperance PC - PNA open division one team beat Kalamunda in their grand final

PERTH Netball Association (PNA) won two flags at the Association Championships held at their home ground on the long weekend.

The Association won the open division one and Under-13 division seven grand finals.

PNA hosted the Championships at Matthews Netball Centre with Netball WA for the second consecutive year attracting more than 30 associations, 259 teams, including eight from Singapore and five Indigenous teams, and 39 divisions from under-12 to open.

The home association won two flag over the weekend; open division one and Under-13 division seven.

Nine teams played in the No Limits Division for players with an intellectual disability.

PNA president Elaine Clucas said the No Limits Division had doubled from last year.

“It’s a really heart warming thing to watch that division,” Clucas said.

“Having regional teams mixed with the metropolitan teams and the No Limits and international teams, it’s just a great atmosphere.”

Netball WA chief executive Simon Taylor said the Championships represented an opportunity for players and officials across the netball community to come together.

“It’s also a great pleasure to bring games inside the State Netball Centre for a second consecutive year, it is fitting that our largest event is played on our biggest stage,” Taylor said.