State League Selections 2015
We wish to advise that the 2015 representative registration form is now available to download by clicking the link below:
CSNA Sydney Uni State League Registration 2015 (please click to download & print)
Date: Wednesday 1 of October – Phase 1 – Division 1-4 
(please note we are looking for Division 1-4 standard only)
Time: 6:30pm – 10:30pm Court 2 downstairs
Venue: The Sydney Uni Aquatic Centre (SUSAC) Cnr Codrington St and Darlington Rd (beside the Wentworth Building)University of Sydney NSW 2006
Date: Monday 6 October (Phase 2) 
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm Court 1 & 2 downstairs
Venue: The Sydney Uni Aquatic Centre (SUSAC) Cnr Codrington St and Darlington Rd (beside the Wentworth Building)University of Sydney NSW 2006
Date: Monday 6 October – Phase 1 – Division 5-8 standard
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm Court 1 & 2 downstairs
Venue: The Sydney Uni Aquatic Centre (SUSAC) Cnr Codrington St and Darlington Rd (beside the Wentworth Building)University of Sydney NSW 2006

Date: Thursday 16 October – Venue to be advised if selection is required

All Athletes: A sample of the letter we ask you to sign, cost associated with playing for a season & the expectations you are required to follow whilst being apart of our Elite Development Program will be available at selections for you to peruse and will be given to you should you be offered a place in the program prior to you signing and committing for season 2015.
If you have any questions please contact Sam Dawes 0421 174 054 or 

5 Sydney Uni netballers named

in ANL

The Sydney University Netball Club (SUNC) will have an incredible presence in this years Australian Netball League (ANL),after five of the clubs athletes were selected to represent NSW.

Nicole Deegenaars, Billie Gurr, Georgia Marshall and Claudia Russell have all been selected to represent the NSW Blues team. Elly Willan will suit up for the NSW Waratahs, which will be managed by SUNC’s Maureen Stephenson.

Upon making the announcement, Netball NSW General Manager – High Performance Tracey Fear said, “The NNSW Waratahs is a strong mix of experience combined with up-and-coming NSW talent, with a number of nationally identified athletes from both the Australian 21/U and 19/U squads. It’s also a great opportunity for two of our youngest NSW Swifts to get on court in another elite competition.

“As in previous years, the NNSW Blues have a strong development focus and are an exciting squad of promising young players with seven of the 15 selected in Australian underage squads.

The ANL runs on eight consecutive weekends around the country during July and August.

2014 Netball NSW Waratahs

Kristina Brice – Baulkham Hills

Kaitlyn Bryce – St George

Jessica Calderara – Eastwood Ryde

Maddie Hay – Baulkham Hills

Emily Keenan – Eastwood Ryde

Kristiana Manu’a – St George

Brooke Miller – Eastwood Ryde

Leah Shoard – Sutherland Shire

Amy Sommerville – Eastwood Ryde

Nicole Styles – St George

Melissa Tallent – Sutherland Shire

Elly Willan – City of Sydney / Sydney University

Head Coach: Anita Keelan

Assistant Coach: Moira Gaha

Manager: Maureen Stephenson

Physiotherapist: Kate MacDermid

2014 Netball NSW Blues

Toni Anderson – Sutherland Shire

Keira Austin – Eastwood Ryde

Nicole Deegenaars – City of Sydney / Sydney University

Billie Gurr – City of Sydney / Sydney University

Sophie Halpin – Eastwood Ryde

Kirra Jones – Illawarra

Georgia Marshall – City of Sydney / Sydney University

Lauren Moore – Wyong

Claire O’Brien – St George

Holly Pearce – St George

Claudia Russell – City of Sydney / Sydney University

Tanisha Stanton – Eastwood Ryde

Kara Styles – St George

Donnay Van Taak –  Sutherland Shire

Lauren Yager – Sutherland Shire

Head Coach: Megan Anderson

Assistant Coach: Briony Akle

Manager: Debra Hanson

Physiotherapist: Justin Walsh


19 May 204
CSNA/Sydney Uni U12’s & U15’s State Age teams sitting ready in the All Phones Arena yesterday to cheer on the Swifts v Thunderbirds. They had front row seats as part of the record breaking crowd of 10,118 FANS to watch the Swifts consolidate another “AMAZING WIN” :) — with Pamela Brown and 5 others at Allphones Arena.
18 May 2014
CONGRATULATIONS to our hard working and dedicated CSNA/Sydney Uni athletes Elly, Nicole, Billie, Georgia & Claudia as well our amazing Official Maureen on their Selection into the NSW Waratahs & NSW Blues for this seasons NNSW Australian National League Teams. We are very proud of the exceptional effort from all… WELL DONE 2014 Netball NSW Waratahs
Elly Willan – City of Sydney / Sydney University
Manager: Maureen Stephenson2014 Netball NSW Blues
Nicole Deegenaars – City of Sydney / Sydney University
Billie Gurr – City of Sydney / Sydney University
Georgia Marshall – City of Sydney / Sydney University
Claudia Russell – City of Sydney / Sydney UniversityClick & read the full story…
NNSW Announces ANL Teams Posted May 16, 2014Netball NSW today is proud to announce the 27 athletes selected to represent our State during the 2014 Australian Netball League (ANL), which commences on Saturday 6 July in Tasmania.Twelve athletes will run out for the Netball NSW (NNSW) Waratahs during the eight week competition, while the Netball NSW Blues consists of an extended squad of 15 athletes including five debutants.Upon making the announcement, Netball NSW General Manager – High Performance Tracey Fear said, “the calibre and potential of the athletes selected across both teams was really pleasing and I have no doubt that all will represent NSW with distinction throughout the nationwide tournament.”

18 May 2014
NSW Echidnas in partnership with City of Sydney Netball Association and Sydney University would like to invite all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Netball players interested in participating in selections for NSW Echidnas 2014/2015 teams to trials for U14, U16 and U19 on Sunday 10 August 2014 at the Aquatic Centre at Sydney University. Directions will be posted prior to the trials
12 May 2014
Sport (L-R) Tommaya, Kimberly, Tahira, Tenaya & Pamela (Coach), Kiara (not in photo). — with Pamela Brown and 3 others at Sydney Uni Sport & FitnessOur Indigenous athletes leading the way in Women’s Sport (L-R) Tommaya, Kimberly, Tahira, Tenaya & Pamela (Coach), Kiara (not in photo) are very appreciative of the generous support given by Danny Packer and the South Sydney Resource Centre.
8 May 2014
Mo’onia – Mon★™ @Mon_Star9 1h Tonga vs Fiji A. Fiji A played strong 43-32. @TongaNetball improved from the 1st game #TeamTonga #gamechangers
8 May 2014
Sydney Uni Netball @SydUniNetball now Impressive win by @SydUniNetball vs Manly last night – really turned it on after half time. @gretskies11 leading the line @SydUniSportFit
20 April 2014
SUNC – Fully Committed to Women’s Sport
CONGRATULATIONS Emily Chancellor on her many many achievements First Class Honours, EDS Netball Scholarship Program & Aussie Squad Rugby 7’s… FANTASTIC Effort Who is Emily Chancellor?

Emily is a CSNA/Sydney Uni State League player as well as pulling on her Aussie gear as a Rugby 7’s player Friday 21 March at the half time break during the Waratahs V Rebels Super Rugby game & scored a try….
In the first week of March Emily was at Nationals & Represented NSW A in Rugby. They lost in a close game during the Finals to QLD having only conceded 2 tries up until that game.Emily is currently training full time with the Aussie team 1 of 2 players not contracted. The world rankings for Women’s Rugby 7s is #2 for the IRB World series, sitting behind NZ with one final tournament to be played.Emily’s current short-term goal is to travel with the Aussie team in September/October this would be a wonderful experience…At the recent Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness Sports Awards Dinner 2013 Emily was named as one of 3 athletes to receive a Blues Association (3) Congratulations Emily a well deserved reward.Nickname: Em, chance, marg

Sport/Event: Rugby 7s & Netball

University, Degree & Current Year:
USYD, Masters of Management, 1st Year

What is the best thing about studying at Sydney Uni?
The environment here is awesome. Always feel like there is someone to listen if I have a problem!

How and when did you get into your sport?
I started playing Rugby 7s about 12 months ago with a friend from netball actually, it was sort of a challenge/dare to see if we could – and I loved it! I’ve been playing netball for as long as I can remember

Celebrity you’d like to meet and why?
Layne Beachley because she is an awesome role model for women and proves that women can break into what is seen as men dominated sports.

Pre-Competition Ritual/s?
Don’t really have any!

Favourite hobby (outside of sport)?
Photography is a fave of mine, but if sleeping was a hobby that would be up the top of the list!

Favourite motivational quote?
Eat like a caveman. Train like a beast. Champions are not born they are made. – anon

Your best sporting achievement?
Being in the Aussie Squad for Rugby 7s (currently)

Your best Academic Achievement?
Getting first class honours last year

Your advice for other student athletes?
You know the amount of effort and commitment
you put into your sport, if you can put half that amount into your Uni work you will be surprised at the results you can achieve. Work to your strengths and don’t be afraid to ask questions if you don’t understand!

 — withEmily Chancellor.


16 April 2014

Congratulations CSNA/Sydney Uni Kirrily Laws. As part of the Netball NSW (NNSW) underage ID selection process Kirrily competed in the Academy games with the Sydney Netball Academy (SNA) her team placing 1st after a narrow win 18-17 to the Western Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS).

Sydney Uni Netball Club player (SUNC) player Kirrily has just turned 17yrs she is a hard working & dedicated athlete pursuing the netball pathway through her “train hard play hard attitude…” well done Kirrily on your reward of MVP for Sydney Netball Academy.


16 April 2014
Sydney Uni Netball Club representative Georgia Marshall has received confirmation that she’s one of Australia’s most promising netballers after she was named in the U19 National Development netball squad.Marshall’s selection followed the conclusion of the 2014 National Netball Championships held late last month at the Waverley Netball Centre in Melbourne.SUSF Posted April 16, 2014 by Andrew Tilley

 — with Georgia Marshall.

31 March 2014
Well what a day Penrith turned on the Sunshine and as the temperature was rising we competed in our first Representative Carnival of the season. The U15’s CSNA/Sydney Uni team worked hard managing to go through undefeated winning their Division, a great effort! 


Sydney Uni Netball Club

 (Click & Type) NEW Rego Sydney Uni Social Comp Type in Me

Sunday & Tuesday Social Netball

Competition Start Dates Sunday 27 April & Tuesday 29 April respectively.

Competition End Dates to be confirmed approximately around 30 August 2014

Times: The draw will be automatically allocated. There will be no guarantee of team times for matches.

Venue:  Sydney Uni Sports Aquatic Centre

Cost: $700 per Team Registration (to be paid at the Aquatic Centre counter) all Individual players MUST have an SUSF Annual Membership. The SUSF membership is your insurance. If you have a current membership you do not need to renew just include it on the team registration form. If you haven’t already joined SUSF & your a SU Student it’s $60- if you are a community member it’s $65-

Rego Forms: Receipts of Payment are DUE Tuesday 29 April

Sydney Uni Social Netball


Call to Sydney University NETBALL STUDENTS wanting to play @

Eastern Uni Games in Newcastle 6-10 July 2014

EUG trials are coming… “Ladies & Mixed”

Date: Monday 14 April

Time: 3pm – 5pm

Venue: Sydney Uni Aquatic Centre Netball Courts 2 (downstairs)

Check out Sydney Uni Netball Clubs EUG’s updates @

Sam Dawes or 0421 174 054



Mo’onia is hosting 2 days of Netball Clinics with
Sydney Uni Netball Club State League players 10-15 years.
The clinics will be held at the Robyn Webster Indoor Sports Centre, Tempe Reserve on Monday 14 & Tuesday 15 April from 10am – 3pm both days.

Please click on the form for Clinic information Mo’onia Gerrard April Netball Clinic


Sydney Uni Netball Clubs FAST 5

Get your friends together for FAST 5 Netball

Date: Friday TBC

Time: 6pm – 10pm

Venue:  Sydney Uni Sports Aquatic Centre

Cost: $20 per person registration (Individual)

Rego Forms: Email Sam:

We look forward to seeing you in April…

Social Netty


NSG! – 2014 last day for for NSG! We may hold another at the end of this season… thank you to the U15’s Reps for their great Coaching effort throughout the program, well done girls :)


CSNA/Sydney Uni announce Waratah Cup in 2014…

CSNA/Sydney Uni are seeking to appoint the following official positions in the roles of Coach, Assistant Coach, Trainee Coach, Manager, & Bench Officials to our State League Teams for 2014


SUNC Announce… Mo’onia Gerrard as our new Coach for 2014

Over the last few months we have been working hard to progress our High Performance program through the Elite Development Squad (EDS) Scholarship program. We anticipate having 4 state league teams moving forward and acknowledge this is something our program and athletes need to make sure we have a secure pathway as players develop, mature and grow.

With that in mind it is with great pleasure I announce we have secured Mo’onia Gerrard as one of our new EDS Coaches for 2014.

Mo’onia needs little introduction as she is arguably the most recognisable netballers in Australia. She has competed at the highest level, achieving 68 test caps for Australia and 2 World Championship victories. Mo’onia has a very strong history with CSNA/Sydney Uni and has been extremely impressed with our program.


Thank you Mo’onia your netty clinic was lots of fun and we all learnt a lot & St Andrews College Sydney Uni we thank you for your support of Netball :)

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