Netball Tournaments

for junior clubs

for girls aged 11-16   |   U12-U16

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  • Club Netball Tour - a PGL Netball Tournament

Team togetherness

Build stronger, fitter, more confident teams on a PGL netball clubs weekend. Building on the success of our school tournaments, our netball weekends just for clubs are aimed at players with more match and tournament experience. Open to U12, U14 and U16 teams, it’s a great opportunity for your club teams to play in competition with teams from across the country who you wouldn’t normally meet

By combining intensive match play with challenging adventure activities, teams improve technique and skills on the court and enjoy exciting challenges off it. And after your action-packed day, enjoy the PGL-led evening activities, guaranteed to keep the fun going until bed time. The weekend ends on a high with presentations to the winners by a specially invited member of the England Netball Team.

Watch our video!

Filmed at PGL Liddington, our residential centre near Swindon, this video captures the action and adventure of a PGL netball weekend in three-and-a-half minutes.

Featured activities* include the giant swing, abseiling and aeroball and, of course, the girls in action on the netball court. Plus there’s highlights of the award ceremony, with England Netball star Sasha Corbin handing out the medals. Hope you enjoy it.

*please note that activity selection is subject to change, please consult your pre-travel information for 'come as you please' activities on offer during your stay

Dates

2018/19 Netball Weekend Dates
Location 2018 NEW! 2019
Boreatton Park, Shropshire   17-19 May
Liddington, Wiltshire 21-23 September 20-22 September

Activities

The Tournament

The main focus of the weekend is a tournament designed for U12, U14 and U16 girls teams. To maintain the highest standards of play, all matches are officiated by England Netball and played on courts built to England Netball standards. Teams attending the weekend must be made up of a minimum of 6 girls. Each team benefits from intense match play and may also learn by watching other teams play and get some skills practice as well.

England Netball
Officiated by England Netball

Adventure

A selection of 'come as you please' adventure activities arranged between matches gives your team members some different challenges from those on the court - challenges designed to help develop support, encouragement, teamwork and communication skills. The activities available will be confirmed before you travel.

The Evenings

The action is non-stop! Our evening entertainment programmes include games, quizzes and challenges which continue the theme of working together and are great fun for everyone. And to end the weekend on a high, a specially invited member of the England Netball Team presents the winners' medals and trophies.

Select an activity for a full description

A typical itinerary for this course

Sample Itinerary for a PGL Netball Tournament Weekend for Clubs
  Friday Saturday Sunday
07.30-09.00   Breakfast Breakfast
09.00-10.30   Group A: Netball matches
Group B: PGL 'come as you please' activities
Group A: Netball matches
Group B: PGL 'come as you please' activities
10.30-12.00   Group A: Netball matches
Group B: PGL 'come as you please' activities
Group A: PGL 'come as you please' activities
Group B: Netball matches
12.00-14.00   Lunch Lunch
14.00-15.30   Group A: PGL 'come as you please' activities
Group B: Netball matches
Year group semi-finals and finals, followed by presentations and England player autographs
15.30-17.00 Arrival from 15.30, orientation and meet the PGL Team Group A: PGL 'come as you please' activities
Group B: Netball matches
Optional departure after matches or PGL ‘come as you please’ activities
17.00-19.00 Dinner and free time Dinner and free time  Depart centre at 17.00
19.00-21.00 Party Leader welcome meeting and Evening Entertainment for all participants Evening Entertainment  

Learning outcomes

  • Teams gain in confidence through high standards of competitive match play
  • Teams build and focus on skills and improve teamwork
  • Being away together provides an invaluable opportunity for building team spirit
  • Adventure activities develop communication, cooperation and team cohesion
  • It's a great opportunity to meet new people with a common interest
Barton Hall, South Devon

Barton Hall, South Devon

Located just outside Torquay.

Bawdsey Manor, Suffolk

Bawdsey Manor, Suffolk

A coastal centre near woodbridge.

Beam House, North Devon

Beam House, North Devon

In a wooded valley near Bideford.

Boreatton Park, Shropshire

Boreatton Park, Shropshire

A 250 acre centre near Shrewsbury.

Caythorpe Court, Lincolnshire

Caythorpe Court, Lincolnshire

Ten miles north of Grantham.

Dalguise, Perthshire

Dalguise, Perthshire

Five miles north of Dunkeld.

Liddington, Wiltshire

Liddington, Wiltshire

Close to the M4 near Swindon.

Little Canada, Isle of Wight

Little Canada, Isle of Wight

Near the ferry terminal at Ryde

Marchants Hill, Surrey

Marchants Hill, Surrey

Near Hindhead, close to London.

Osmington Bay, Dorset

Osmington Bay, Dorset

On the Jurassic Coast, near Weymouth

Tregoyd House, Brecon Beacons

Tregoyd House, Brecon Beacons

Near Brecon in the Black Mountains

Windmill Hill, East Sussex

Windmill Hill, East Sussex

Near London on the Sussex Downs.