FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are a current player/parent, any questions or concerns should be initially directed to your Team Manager.

Where the matter cannot be resolved or a question answered, the Team Manager will liaise with the INC Registrar.

How do I join INC?

Please click here to visit our “How to join INC” section.

Do you have to be an experienced player to join?

Not necessarily. The first 4 weeks of each season are grading matches, so your team will end up in an appropriately graded competition. If you are an individual joining an existing team, we will try to place you in a team with players of a similar level or ability.

Where do your teams compete?

INC teams can choose where they would like to play.  However, most teams play in competitions run by Banyule and Districts Netball Association and Yarra Valley Netball.

When and where is training?

Your team manager will advise your training venue at the start of the season.

Please click here to read more information about training.

What is the uniform?

The INC uniform is predominately black with white as the secondary colour. For junior teams, we offer tops and skirts. Older teams may elect to purchase netball dresses but these are more expensive.

Further information about INC’s Uniform and Dress code can be found here.

When does the new season start?

It depends which competition you are competing in.  The majority of INC teams compete through Banyule and Districts Netball Association and Yarra Valley Netball.  Both play for two seasons with winter running from February to June and spring from late July to early December.

Click here to view our events calendar.

Click here to view BDNA fixtures.

I’ve moved/changed email address, who do I need to tell?

Please log into MyNetball and update your contact details. If you’ve changed email address, make sure you log in using your old email address so you can update it. If you have troubles, contact your team manager.

I need help with MyNetball

The BDNA website has a MyNetball FAQ which may be of assistance.