Indoor netball is a variation of netball, played exclusively indoors, in which the playing court is surrounded on each side and overhead by a net. The net prevents the ball from leaving the court, reducing the number of playing stoppages. This gives indoor netball a faster pace than netball.
There are two main types of indoor netball, “5-a-side” and “7-a-side”. Indoor netball has both ladies and mixed-gender matches, and to a smaller extent men’s games.
The rules of indoor netball are similar to that of netball, with two teams aiming to score as many goals as possible. An indoor netball game consists of four quarters of 10 minutes. There are two umpires one for each half of the court. The winning team is the one with the most points at the end of the match.
As well as running competitions for both Ladies and Mixed with the traditional 7 a side teams we also run 5 a side ladies competition. We also have a junior competition from Under 11 to Under 15 with clinics for the younger kids.
For nearly 30 years people have been enjoying playing indoor netball at Werribee Indoor Sports Centre.
This fast game is ideal for all types of groups and at 40 minutes per game fits into our busy lifestyle. From beginners to social & work groups this game appeals to our team sports spirit & is great for forging friendships or meeting new people.
The rules are simple & all necessary instructions & equipment are supplied. We also provides daytime Ladies competitions.
Werribee Indoor Sports offer Senior, Junior, Super League as well as midget clinics for 5 years old and over.