Western Regional State League

2015 Competition Details

Venue: Warrnambool Stadium, Caramut Road, Warrnambool
Start Date: January 2014 TBC
Finish Date: March 2014 TBC
Rounds: 7 rounds plus 3 weeks of Finals
Timing: 1 hour matches, Thursday nights
Structure: Open Division and 17/U Division

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15/U Regional State League
Netball Victoria are working with local associations to establish a 15/U Regional State League competition in the region. The 15/U competition will provide a pathway opportunity for younger athletes across the region and will feed into the existing RSL structure to further enhance and grow the competition.


RSL provides local umpires with a pathway opportunity for any C & B badged umpires to continue their development and gain selection in camps or squads. All umpires are given coaching and mentoring each week by Netball Victoria appointed staff, with umpires having the opportunity to be selected to officiate at Hisense Arena for the Premiers Challenge.

Coach Mentor Program

Clubs are able to nominate one of their coaches for this free program. Netball Victoria select a coach mentor for the identified coaches who will provide guidance and mentoring during the RSL season.

Talent Identification [TID]

Selectors will be attending the RSL comp looking to identify athletes to be involved in other pathway programs such as Victorian State teams, the Devine Victorian Netball League and the Australian Netball League


Season 2013 saw the successful introduction of a home game between Camperdown and Colac in Camperdown. As we look towards next year, this will again feature in 2014 to help teams with significant travel time.

The RSL concept recognises the changing demands on our players, coaches, officials and administrators – school, university, work and other netball commitments – and balances this with our responsibility to develop pathways for netball participants across Victoria regardless of where they live.

Players are provided with an opportunity to play with and against the best talent from their region without the barriers of traveling to Melbourne.

Coaches are offered the opportunity to be mentored by high performance coaches throughout the season providing invaluable advice and support, whilst C Badged umpires are provided with essential mentoring and coaching throughout the season to work toward achieving a B Badge accreditation.

For more information contact Alex Poulton on 9321 2247 or [email protected]
Hampden White


2014 Western Regional State League Results

Open –
Player of the Grand Final-

17 & Under –
Player of the Grand Final –

2014 Western Regional State League MVP
Open: Jordyn Billings (Warrnambool City)
17 & Under: Laura Bourke (Camperdown)

2014 Western Regional State League Hot Shot Winner
Open: Jaymie Finch (Hampden FNL)
17 & Under: Nell Mitchell (Warrnambool)