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Who to Contact

Position Name School Email
 Coordinator  Marion Burt  Samson PS 
Office Contact  Robyn Brierley
 Convenor  Robyn Brierley  SSWA Office
 State Sporting Assoc. Rep. Amy Fuller  Netball WA 

Champion School Competition


2017 West Coast Fever Cup

This is the upper primary school netball competition for years 3-6. Modified rules allow for maximum participation, enjoyment and skill development.  Netball WA can assist schools in joining an established competition in their area or in the development of a new competition.  Schools that currently participate in a primary school competition are encouraged to register their competition as a West Coast Fever Cup.


The emphasis of this competition should always be on playing for FUN rather than on winning. 

Nomination FORM

Click HERE  to nominate for the West Coast Fever Cup

Cost Free
DATE OF COMPETITION During any School Term in 2017

Participating schools receive participation certificates and a West Coast Fever Poster for each student involved. In 2017 winning teams of each division will be awarded a West Coast Fever Cup Trophy and this may be presented by a West Coast Fever Player. Please refer to the information under Presentations.



Please Note: ALL presentation requests are subject to West Coast Fever player availability and the number of requests received each year.  Schools may be requested to conduct their West Coast Fever Cup Presentation outside of normal school assembly times.  West Coast Fever Players are only available for a maximum of one hour per school.  

registration & further information

To register for any of the below ScoolNet programs please download, complete and return the forms to Netball WA via fax (08) 9380 3799 or email to 

Fever Fastball Competition


The Fever Fastball Competition develops the skills of catching and passing in netball. In pairs, participants are required to SHOULDER PASS a ball as quickly as possible, over a set period of time.  Participants compete in the following year levels with the winning pairs in each age group receiving a prize from Netball WA.


The West Coast Fever Fastball Competition can be incorporated into any PE or sport lesson or into any ScoolNet Netball Clinic that your school may conduct. It may also be conducted at a weekly school netball training session.


There are five divisions to this competition:

Mixed (Yrs 1 – 3)     distance 3m      30 seconds

Girls (Yrs 4 – 5)       distance 4m      1 minute

Boys (Yrs 4 – 5)      distance 4m      1 minute

Girls (Yrs 6 – 7)      distance 5m      2 minutes

Boys (Yrs 6 – 7)      distance 5m      2 minutes



Click HERE to nominate for the  Fever Fastball Competition



The 2017 ScoolNet Program aims to increase participation in netball within all primary schools in WA. The clinics are designed to give primary school aged children the very best introduction to netball possible in a fun, encouraging and safe environment. The sessions are age appropriate and are designed for children to learn netball through play and game based activities. The 2017 SCOOLNET clinics consist of NetSetGO  Clinics (suitable for Pre-Primary – 5) and School Clinics (suitable for year 6 – 12).

The clinics incorporate skill activities, minor games and modified matches and will be coordinated by accredited coaches to ensure a quality experience for all participants. Netball WA encourages the inclusion of participants with disabilities in to the mainstream clinics, or specific clinics can be tailored to meet the needs of individual skill levels.

The 2017 ScoolNet Program encourages the development of each student in a positive and inclusive environment to ensure enjoyment and continued participation within the sport.

To register for the ScoolNet Net Set Go or School clinics, please click  HERE.

ANZ NetSetGO! Clinics

(Yrs 1-5)

Cost: $50  for 1 x  NetSetGO Clinic (Up to an hour)

A maximum of 30 participants per clinic 

Step Up Pack

(Yr 6)

Cost: $50  for 1 x School Clinic (Up to an Hour)

A maximum of 30 participants per clinic  

ScoolNet Package

A mixture of Suncorp NetSetGO and School Clinic Pack

Cost $175.00 per 5 ScoolNet clinics (Savings of $75)

(Note: Clinics must be run consecutively on the same date


Click HERE to register for a clinic

Additional Information

Please contact Netball WA or log onto if you would like any further information regarding any of the programs offered

Registration deadline is 2 weeks prior to the first clinic



The Netball Schools Ambassador program aims to establish a relationship between schools and netball’s member organisations to develop and promote netball in and out of the classroom.

The program also aims to ensure that netball has a continuous presence at schools and ultimately becomes the sport of choice for many students, in particular young girls.

To register FREE for this program and to gain access to multiple benefits please click HERE .

If you have any questions in regards to the Netball WA ScoolNet Program or the National School Ambassador Program please do not hesitate to contact Bethany Marple (Community Engagement Co-ordinator – Schools) at Netball WA on 9380 3740 or via email 


Netball Champion Schools Nomination


Please click HERE to nominate for the West Coast Fever Cup, you will be redirected to the Netball WA Website.

Results and History


Results and History

2015   Marion Burt – Samson PS
2014   Marion Burt – Samson PS
2013    Marion Burt – Samson PS
2012     Marion Burt – Samson PS
2011     Robyn Brierley – Beeliar PS
2010   118  Robyn Brierley – Beeliar PS
2009  148  Robyn Brierley – Beeliar PS
2008   84 Robyn Brierley – Girrawheen PS 
2007  74  Robyn Brierley – Girrawheen PS 
2006   120 Robyn Brierley – Girrawheen PS
2005     Fiona Elsegood
2004     Fiona Elsegood
2003     Fiona Elsegood