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During this time, InteractSport will be releasing Version 7 of ResultsVault (RV7), a major upgrade to our administration interface.
This review will see the platform be refreshed, which includes:
- User Interface (UI) improvements
- User Experience (UX) improvements
- More sophisticated and accessible data
End users have identified several key aspects of the platform to update, with the aim to improve the experience for users when engaging with our products.
Developing a more streamlined and accessible product creating a more user friendly solution for both administrators and consumers.
What is not changing?
- Data within the system
- Organisation, affiliation and hierarchy
- Configuration of competitions/ registrations
- Inheriting configuration
- Functionality within the pages
- Participant portal and public portal
The new changes will go live on Monday 15 October 2018
Why 15 October?
This is an important upgrade to the MyNetball platform and October provides the best window to reduce immediate impact on InteractSport’s end users across all existing clients.
- This is a low usage period of InteractSport platform (MyNetball)
- Training and education of new or existing users generally users generally commences in October and therefore such significant changes to the interface needs to occur prior to training and education periods.
Click here to view a presentation regarding the changes.
MyNetball Training & Education:
In light of these changes Netball Victoria is currently working through updating all our support documentation and are preparing to offer MyNetball training sessions.
Netball Victoria will host face to face and webinar MyNetball Training in November and December on the enhancements and changes.
All MyNetball training held at Netball Victoria in October will be cancelled due to the updates.
Netball Victoria will be working feverishly over the coming month to update all of our training resources online.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Member Services on 9321 2255 or email@example.com.
Don’t forget to register for the C Grade Umpire Development Camp that is scheduled for the 10th of November at Boroondara Netball Associations.
For more information or to book, click here.
Janelle's Miracle Junior Netball Classic – Pink’s Reserve – Lilydale & Yarra Valley Netball Association
The annual netball fundraiser for the Australian Terminal Cancer Foundation, Janelle’s Miracle Junior Netball Classic, is open for registrations.
This charity tournament is designed to (i) Promote kids involvement in sport, (ii) raise awareness and financial support for the Australian Terminal Cancer Foundation and (iii) honour and remember local hero Janelle Kingma Madigan, former Lilydale & Yarra Valley Netball Association netball player, and the legacy she has left behind supporting both health and fitness and also families affected by terminal cancer.
There is plenty of entertainment on the day including raffles, auctions, face painting, lucky dips, sausage sizzle, café, canteen, and prizes for the team that raises the most money for the Australian Terminal Cancer Foundation.
Every player will receive a medal of participation and the winning team from each age group and section will have their name engraved on our perpetual shield.
For more information, or to register your team, please click here.
For map and times of other sports and activities click here
Posted 3 October, 2018
This weekend will see a cast of hundreds from all corners of Victoria meet in Shepparton for the 2018 Netball Victoria State Titles – a talent identification component of the high-performance pathway.
Classed as one of Netball Victoria’s biggest weekends, players, coaches, umpires, officials and spectators from across the state are involved in the competition.
48 teams consisting of 535 players and 69 coaches across four divisions will embark on Shepparton Sports City, with a winning team from the 15/U, 15/U Mixed, 17/U and Open divisions to be crowned.
We would like to congratulate and wish all our teams Goodluck this weekend at the Victorian State Titles in Shepparton. May the best Region win.
Below is a list of teams from Barwon Region, Central Highlands Region and Western Region. Results throughout the weekend can be found on the mynetball app. Search for Netball Victoria then select grade.
|15 & UNDER||17 & UNDER||OPEN|
|CENTRAL HIGHLANDS REGION|
|15 & UNDER||17 & UNDER|
Allana Van Dyken
|15 & UNDER||17 & UNDER||OPEN|
Posted 3 October, 2018
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.
Victoria have won the Shield twice, in 2013 and 2014.
The Victorian team listed below
|Anna-Maria Picak||GD, GK||Geelong West Giants|
|Bianca Lauricella||C, WA, WD||Taylors Lake Football Netball Club &The Wimmera Whippets Football and Netball Club|
|Brooke Baker||GD, GK, GS||Drouin All Abilities|
|Grace Dean||C, WA, WD||Eastern All Abilities|
|Larissa Haines||WA, WD||Ringwood North Netball Club|
|Loretta Devlin-Smith||GS, GA||Bell Post Hill|
|Rachael Potter||C, WA, GA||Ringwood North Netball Club – MENA|
|Renay Hall||WA, C, WD||Parkville All Abilities|
|Sky Grace||GD, GK||Warrnambool City Netball Association|
|Stephanie Weller||GS, GA||Eastern AA|
Posted 3 October, 2018
VicHealth’s Growing Participation in Sport program will deliver proven participation opportunities to engage less active young people (12-17 years) to become more active through sport.
We know that over nine out of ten young people (12-17 years) are not meeting the Australian Physical Activity Guidelines of 60 minutes of physical activity every day. We also know that physical activity levels and sport participation rates significantly decrease during adolescence, as young people transition from primary school to secondary school and from childhood to adulthood.
VicHealth wants to support young people to create good physical activity habits early in life. To do this we will invest up to $6 million over the next three years (2018 to 2021) and partner with a number of state or national sporting organisations who can help us make the greatest impact on increasing the participation levels of less active young people.
This program will have a significant focus on engaging those young people who face health inequities, those who don’t engage in regular physical activity and those that aren’t interested in participating in existing traditional sport offerings.
Rock Up Netball Youth is a non-traditional format of netball which is fun, flexible, social, non-competitive and run outside of school hours. Music will be played and sessions are tailored to what teens want.
Posted 4 September, 2018
To find a local Rock-Up Netball program click here
Rock Up Netball is a different way to play.
Delivered by Netball Victoria and developed in conjunction with VicHealth, our program is tailored to meet the different fitness and skill levels of women aged 15 years and over.
We offer non-traditional netball activities in a safe and inclusive environment.
The program is a flexible, ‘pay as you play’ option to organised physical activity, and bring the elements of a fun, social setting. Participants do not require a Netball Victoria affiliation.
Participants will be able to take part in a range of non-traditional netball activities and programs.
Edited 3 October, 2018
Festival of Sport (Over 30 Sports included)
@ Kardinia Park
Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th October
SPECIAL GUESTS: Tayla Honey (Melbourne Vixens) & Mwai Kumwenda (Melbourne Vixens)
VMNL Open training session 10:00am-12:30pm
Clinic with the Vixens 12:00pm-1:00pm
VMNL Exhibition Match 12:30pm-1:00pm
Kids take on Parents 2:00pm-2:30pm
Rock Up Youth – Colac
@ Bluewater Leisure Centre
Mondays, 17th & 24th September, 1st & 8th October
Ages: 12-17 years
Mel Taylor – Western Region Manager
Phone: 0439 331 699