Netball Victoria strives to give every Victorian the opportunity to play our sport. All Abilities netball provides the chance for people with a physical or intellectual disability to participate directly or indirectly in local clubs and associations.
All Abilities netball participants benefit from specialised netball clinics that concentrate on building their knowledge and skills in a fun and inclusive environment.
Deaf Netball Victoria is an affiliated member association of Netball Victoria.
Deaf Netball Victoria conducts netball training, an annual fun day (for hearing impaired & non-hearing impaired people) and participate in the annual National Deaf Netball Club Championships.
The Netball Victoria State Titles provide a fantastic opportunity for all 19 regions in Victoria to come together and compete in 15/Under, 17/Under, Open and All Abilities netball divisions.
The Marie Little OAM Shield in an annual tournament that provides women with an intellectual disability the chance to compete at a national level.
Named after disability netball pioneer, Marie Little OAM, the competitions sees teams from each state compete.
Coaching Players with a Disability
This Netball Australia resource was developed to ensure that people with disabilities enjoy high quality experiences through the game of netball, by focusing on training for coaches, umpires and volunteers.
All Abilities Netball Start Up Tip Sheet
The All Abilities Netball Start Up Tip Sheet has been developed by members of the netball community for members of the netball community. It provides a starting point for those wanting to start an All Abilities program at their club or association.