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!
Training takes place @Thursday eves 7-8 / 8.30 Fairfield School, Allfoxton Rd, Horfield, BS7 9NL
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reach Easton Cowgirls Netball.
- 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.
Easton Cowgirls Netball Presents A sketch of events by the sea!! Not playing in a football or cricket match? Why not come along to the netball court between 12-4 Friday – Sunday: Friday – Shoot some hoops Enter the shooting competition, £1 a go. Cash prizes available – all welcome including kids Saturday – See how the game is played Women’s netball matches – over 16. Want to enter or join a team – contact Vernie email@example.com It doesn’t matter what level you are! Prizes to be won Sunday – Hangover shenanigans...
Umpiring training opportunity for all! Earn £15 an hour as a netball umpire. Cowgirls Netball are desperately short of qualified umpires and we will pay anyone’s fees to do the training course and help with our duties at league games, we pay our umpires for our duty and other teams are always to looking to hire. Standard rate is £15 hour. You have to have a good grasp of the game so you would need to attend our training sessions. We’re out of season now so it’s time for development!! (And some fun!) Training is an hour on Thursday nights...
Jo reports thus: Well us birds had our end of season tournament on Saturday. As netball is not an Olympic sport the organisers decided to make everyone represent an Olympic country. Wales was not allowed (we had costumes lined up for that one) so we opted to represent France due to an overload of frilly knickers.. We got battered in the first round and won 1 game out of 5, then we were all reseeded and we went on a winning streak winning all of our round 2 games which put us in the final! Then we lost the final to Hawaii. Everyone had a great...
Calling all players and teams that are entering the Netball Mixed Tournament this Sunday! Please can you let me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Binner (email@example.com) know by Friday 8pm if you are playing, attached is an entry form you can email, or you can call one of us, details on flyer. If you are an individual rather a team, you can still enter as we’ll have gaps to plug you in! If its shedding it down, we will prob postpone, so you will need to let me or Lin know the best way to contact you on Sunday morning. We plan to start as...
You have to like a game where team mates can find the time in the middle of play to high-5 one another. But where is the ball, three players are looking in the same place and the fourth seems more interested in the oposition’s breasts. Or perhaps the glad handing is just a diversionary tactic and the Wing Defence has the ball. Maybe some one turned on their car radio too loud and Staying Alive was playing. But the most likely answer is that Wing Attack has just stated that the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the square...