Core objectives of TNA’s
Participation Netball Competition
In order to
meet the objectives of the new competition, TNA will;
Engage with the disability community
and NDIS accredited support organisations to advertise and welcome all
Provide a welcoming environment from
all TNA members;
Provide coaching and development for
all players, with medium term integration of teams into clubs in TNA;
Ensure that the rules are tailored
for all participants, to ensure a maximum participation for all;
With the clubs and schools, ensure
that the benefits of the active lifestyle adopted while playing netball is
understood and continued;
Develop and welcome involvement in
TNA from all family members, to allow them to share the experience together.
Ensure a stream of players enters the
Together with Netball ACT, develop a
sufficient number of players across the ACT to introduce a north side competition.
Host a representative netball
competition for all members of all associations with disability from across
Develop sufficient skilled base of
players such that the ACT can participate, and win, the Marie Little Shield.
This element will be led by Netball ACT.
With the Australian Men’s and Mixed
Netball Association and ACT Men’s Netball Association, introduce a new
competition for elite men with an intellectual disability, to correspond with
the women’s Marie Little Shield.