Paulton Rovers Netball Club prides itself on offering juniors and seniors a safe training environment in a well organised Club. The Club is currently working towards its Silver Award; showing the girls commitment to enhancing the Club and keeping up with new All England policies.
All our coaches, helpers and umpires are CRB checked and members attend Child Protection Courses and Sport First Aid Courses. All of our coaches are qualified by All England Netball to UKCC standard and regularly seek to attend courses to further their knowledge. Currently we have four Level 2 Coaches and nine Level 1 coaches with more training over the coming season ready for the future. Everyone within the Club is encouraged and supported to further their development whether it’s as a player or as a volunteer. To secure the future of the Club we also encourage players to become umpires.
We are a Club that continually seeks to enhance itself, offering everyone the opportunity to become a Club Volunteer should they wish to from sport to admin. This opportunity is also open to non Club members looking to further their netball / coaching skills for example those taking A-Level PE or other sport related courses. If anyone is interested in the above then they should contact us.
After a record number of attendees to this years senior selection this season is going to be an exciting one!
Volunteers are an important asset to any club and this is recognised by All England Netball who host the Golden Globes Awards Ceremony yearly.
In past seasons we have had many representatives put forward for Goalden globes, with our most recent attendee Liz Hoare (Young Volunteer of the Year) winning the regional heats and going through to the national award ceremony in Birmingham. Previously the club nominated Kimberley Freeman for the South West’s Mary Bulloch Award and Victoria Bisgrove for the South West’s Regional Rose Award. Both ladies lost out to fierce competition in the regional heats.