Harriers Ladies Netball Club

by Claire Louise Ingram in 

Harriers Ladies Netball Club

The aim of the project is to raise funds for my netball club. To supply coaching/ kit & equipment to a passionate & dedicated netball club.

by Claire Louise Ingram in

We did it
On 5th September 2018 we successfully raised £30 with 3 supporters in 28 days

Harriers Netball Club is a netball team made up of over 25 adults and 15 juniors. All who share the same passion, netball. We are however a non profit organisation and without funding wont be able to reach our full potential, so here we are! Your funding would enable real progress in developing a long term future for Harriers Netball Club. 


The club currently comprises of two adult teams and one junior team, who play matches in two very competitive leagues. 

The first team are currently competing strongly in the East Region/Division 3 league.

The second team currently play in the Cambridge County Premier league.

All teams play Summer and Winter Leagues.  The team has over 40 affiliated players competing in approximately 18 matches per season plus training and coaching sessions.


Our club demonstrates one of the ways sports for women and girls in the form of netball continues to contribute to the development and growth. Riding on the success of the England Roses at the Commonwealth Games we want to help raise the profile of this fantastic sport. Pulling in people from all walks of life creating a fun team environment. 

We are aiming to grow and develop the club and the reason for this page is to raise much needed funds in order to support our future development. 

What would we do if we were successful? We would use the funds to enable full coaching for every team member, we would buy new equipment that would help with future training. It would secure our training court for our weekly training sessions. The list is endless....please help us anyway you can by supporting a fantastic sport. 


Thanks

Harriers Ladies Netball Club

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