Welcome to the 2022 Season!

The Draws & Results can be viewed by clicking on the blue ‘buttons' below the notes... PLEASE read the notes before emailing us.


The draws for the remainder of the competition round are now available.

Draws are final and will not be changed.

The draw for Saturday 10th September (last day of the season) will be published closer to the time. Please note that ALL teams will have a game on this day.

Please note you can set your filters for preferred grades. Make sure the correct dates are selected.

Once you have selected your competition, you can also view your results under the ‘Results Tab’ and see the overall table under the ‘Standings Tab’. The date range can be changed to filter the draws and results by whatever date you wish.

Competition & Grading

All teams, except Year 1, have now been graded and are in competition.

PLEASE NOTE: Kidzplay Netball does not enter into discussion over grading decisions and Grades are final and will not be changed.

YEAR 1 is non-competitive so will not be graded. Their draw can be viewed here.

Competition games commenced 2nd July and the draw can be viewed here.
Information on how the Competition Round works re points, cross over games, etc, can be found here.

Competition games for Grades Year 5C, Year 5D and Year 6D commenced 2nd July.
Competition games for Grades Year 5A, Year 5B, Year 6A, Year 6B and Year 6C commence 6th August.
The competition draw can be viewed here.
Information on how the Competition Round works re points, etc, can be found here.

YEAR 5A, YEAR 5B AND YEAR 6 GRADES play to the following guidelines during the Competition round:

  • Games are four 8 minute quarters with a 1 minute break after quarter 1 and 3, and a 2 minute half time break
  • Teams swap ends at each quarter
  • Teams play straight netball with no compulsory rotations of positions
  • Players may be swapped / substitutions may be made at every interval / half time
  • Year 5 play with a size 4 netball and shoot at 2.6m goal posts
  • Year 6 play with a size 5 netball and shoot at 3.05m goal posts

Please Note

  • All other Year 5 grades (5C & 5D) will play under the normal rules as the Year 2 – 4 teams (2 x 15 minute halves, weekly rotations, etc).
  • Teams must follow the weekly rotations as per the rules. Reminder players cannot be moved around during the game/at half time.
  • Any teams not following the rotation rules and/or using players from higher graded teams, will lose points.
  • Our Rules can be viewed here.
  • The draw for Saturday 10th September will be published closer to the time. Please note that ALL teams will have a game on this day.
  • For further information, please check with your School Co-ordinator as they received all the information.


For safety reasons, NO jewellery is to be worn during a game of netball. Taping of earrings or bangles is NOT allowed. Only medical alert bracelets can be taped, NOT earrings. No exceptions will be made.

Parents ... if you are thinking of getting your child's ears pierced, don't do it during the netball season. A child cannot leave their earrings in and have them taped. We feel terrible when we tell them they can't play.

Side Line Behaviour

Please remember positive, encouraging words is all that is to be heard by the players on the court and the umpires.

Coaches - Please set an example of positive behaviour to your players, your assistants and your supporters. The coaches and managers are the team leaders and how they react will transfer to the players and supporters.

Supporters and parents - Please show respect for the game, the umpires and the opposition, and your own players. Be supportive and positive in your comments at all times.

NO comments or words should be spoken about the standard of umpiring. The umpires can hear the comments and it only increases their nervousness and makes matters worse. N.B. You have to abide by the umpires rules, even if you do not agree with them.

Remember your team can’t play the game without an umpire, the game needs them as much as it needs players, coaches and supporters. The umpires make mistakes just like the players so please be kind.

Remember it is the players’ game. They are there to enjoy themselves (whether they win or lose) and to get better at playing and understanding the game.

Please ask a Kidzplay Netball Mentor for assistance if you have any issues at all during your games. Always remember it is best for a Mentor to come and observe whilst the problem is happening so the issue is resolved immediately.

Thank you for your co-operation.


    Allow extra time to park safely.

    Please be careful where you choose to park. Auckland Transport (AT) can and do enforce parking restrictions on the roads around the venue. In particular we recommend not parking on cycle lanes or other restricted areas.

    Please note: There is no parking on the cycle lanes along Rosedale Road 7 days a week. Please park either on the southern side of Bush Road (commercial area) or in streets off Rosedale Road west off the lights at the junction with Bush Road. There is also a cut through from Brigham Young Street towards Pinehurst School which could be used when parking in surrounding streets.

    Please do not park on private property and/or illegally, and show respect to local residents. 

    When parking in the Pinehurst car park off Rosedale Road, please do not park on the fields!

    Worried about the Weather?

    We do not cancel any netball games due to wet weather.  Please refer to our Frequently asked Questions page for the Kidzplay Netball weather policy or follow us on Facebook for updates.


    • Draws are final and will not be changed.
    • Umpires: Every team requires an umpire. To view whether your team has booked a Kidzplay pool umpire or not, please click here.
    • Time Requests: We regret that we are unable to accept any further time requests this season.
    • Map: To see the map which outlays our courts, please click here.
    • Rules & Guidelines for the Winter League can be viewed here.
    • For further information about the 2022 Season, please contact your school’s netball co-ordinator.