Netball

The netball team started in 2004 as a drunken rant from a few girls who reminisced about playing in school all those years ago. Not all of us had had a good experience of sport at school, so we decided to make it as fun as possible. Sharky, a local with our sponsor’s (The Plough), took the first step of hiring us a court. Finding free courts was difficult and many a time we played on junior basketball courts, (including ones we had to jump walls to get at!!) A year later the Cowboys were clever enough to spot our outrageous debauchery, and invited us into their madness!

We have since grown to 2 teams in Avon League; Div 5 and 11.

We have 3 qualified umpires, and 6 in training, and 3 qualified coaches. All training has been financed by our kitty.

NEW PLAYERS ALWAYS WELCOME!!

To find out more about our philosophy and ethos read the Welcome Leaflet which introduces The Club to new members.

From div 6 to div 5!

From div 6 to div 5!

Training 

Training takes place @Thursday eves 7-8 / 8.30 Fairfield School, Allfoxton Rd, Horfield, BS7 9NL

Contact webgimp@eastoncowboys.org.uk to reach Easton Cowgirls Netball.

 

Teams

  • Captain: Mair
  • Matches: On Saturdays in the Avon League Division 5, played at The Grange School Warmley.
  • Captains: Lisa Moo, Rosie
  • Matches: On Saturdays in the Avon League Division 11, played at SBL school.
 

Team News

Seeing triple

Posted by on Oct 24, 2018 in Team News | 0 comments

Seeing triple

Having welcomed a new to team to our ranks, Easton Cowgirls Netters are now three! To avoid any hierarchical nonsense, we decided that teams 1, 2 and 3 wasn’t for us, hence, the T’s, K’s and P’s were born. We’ve had a great beginning of season (the T’s haven’t lost a game yet, including a tense match against their old club. Go, T’s!), despite an unbelievable amount of injuries and juggling of players. Last weekend saw all three teams claim victories so we apologise if you were after a sambuca on Saturday at HQ,...

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MR BENN. PETER D ROSE. GUMBO SHOW AND MORE FOR THE COWGIRL FUNDRAISER

Posted by on Oct 14, 2015 in Diary, Events News | 0 comments

MR BENN. PETER D ROSE. GUMBO SHOW AND MORE FOR THE COWGIRL FUNDRAISER

Had a birthday in the last year? Then this party is for you! Easton Cowgirls Netball team puts on A MEGA birthday party BASH Rockin’ and Funkin’ good dancin’ sounds -DJS Mr. Benn, Peter Dee Rose (Smith and Mighty) , The Gumbo Show and Helen Cann There will be birthday cake, jelly, pass the parcel, musical statues, tombola and it wouldn’t be a cowgirls netball party without the legendary shot for a shot. £3 suggested donation on the door, wear your very best party outfits Fundraiser for charities in Malawi   and Butterfly Space...

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Mad Hatter’sTea Party

Posted by on Feb 25, 2013 in Club News, Community News | 0 comments

Mad Hatter’sTea Party

Easton Cowgirls Netbal l Team presents: The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Crazy funky tunes, games and tomfoolery galore! Sheesha lounge. Best hat wins a prize. Raising funds for St. Peter’s Hospice and terminal cancer...

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House Contents Sale Fundaiser

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in Community News | 0 comments

House Contents Sale Fundaiser

Our lovely Ninja deserted us last year for Australia, she has sold her flat in Bath and has given us the contents to raise money for Donna and Saffy. Items have gone on sale already and raised Over £200!! this is what is left and if you would like to make a bid for an item then contact welshberd@yahoo.com. Collection appreciated (most likely Easton) but delivery may be negotiable. Duvan Bed Base x 2 Dinning table and 4 chairs 4 mugs, 10 plates, 10 bowls and 10 small plates (Ikea) Toaster (2 slice breville) Kettle DVD Player 2 seater sofa...

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Netball Reports

Posted by on Aug 30, 2012 in Results/Reports | 0 comments

Netball Reports

Stolen from facebook: Swift match report from tonight’s friendly in case you’re interested: a mixture of 6s, 11s and new recruits, including one who came for the very first time, took on a Div 7 Brislington team. In order to give everyone at least half a competitive game, there were lots of substitutions and position changes (as well as taking turns to play Brislington’s WD!) We held it together well and were only behind by one goal at halftime. We launched some strong attacks in the third quarter and moved ahead by 4, but...

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