Love netball? Just Rock Up to the Docklands

A new way to play

There’s no shortage of ways to work out in the Docklands, but many women are experiencing a return to form with the addition of Rock Up Netball to the local fitness landscape.

For those who have demanding work commitments that make it difficult to commit to regular games but still crave the social aspect of playing on a team, Rock Up Netball is sure to be a solution.

Rock Up Netball is based on a ‘pay as you play’ model so you can work on your skills and play netball in a fun, social setting without the formal commitment. Sessions are also available online in 4-week blocks for those keen to plan ahead.

For $10 a session you can practice drills and improve your skills before playing a relaxed match to finish the hour. For those wanting to get a little bit more competitive with their workouts, Rock Up Netball will also be holding a social competition on Thursday 8th June at the Docklands Hub called Play Festival.

You can register solo or bring along your own team of 7-10 people to take part, with the chance to win prizes also up for grabs.

Where will I find them?

Head down to 80 Harbour Esplanade in the middle of Docklands Park at 6pm on Thursday nights for an hour-long session. It is recommended that you register your interest online before joining as this may impact the sessions.

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