Hautapu junior umpires recognised at netball’s end-of-season prizegiving

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Netball relies on volunteers to enable our netballers to play the game and have a quality netball experience.

It’s humbling to see the next generation of umpires taking to the courts every week with their whistles.

The following Year 7 and 8 Hautapu netballers were recently acknowledged for their contribution and achievements as umpires during the 2023 season at the Cambridge Netball Centre prizegiving:

Junior Service to Umpiring Award
Elliot Kirkby-McLeod

Junior Umpire Diligence Award
Alexia Gurney

Junior Emerging
Karmen Harris-McBeth

Most Improved Junior Umpire
Isla Pollock

Service and qualifications recognised

The following umpires were recognised for their service and qualifications obtained this season:

Centre Theory
Alexia Gurney

Introduction to Umpiring Award
Alexia Gurney, Maisey Butler, Keeley Butler

6v6 Award
Isla Pollock, Karmen Harris-McBeth, Elliot Kirkby McLeod, Isla Murdoch, Molly Maher, Ruby Pfeiffer, Annabel Nelson.

Recognition of Service
Abby Boyte, Alexia Gurney, Annabel Nelson, Beth Hopkins, Elliot Kirkby-McLeod, Isla Murdoch, Isla Pollock, Karmen Harris-McBeth, Keely Butler, Molly Maher, Taya Truscott.

Registrations for 2024

Cambridge Netball Centre are now taking registrations of interest for the 2024 netball season.

This is open to all current and new umpires — have you ever thought you would like to pick up the whistle and give it a go?

Please register your interest now for 2024 here:

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