Southampton University Netball Club have 5 teams competing in the BUCS Western Conference League. We pride ourselves on the high standard of netball we play and the girls' commitment to the club. We also have a new Development Squad to keep the competitive level of our BUCS teams high, as well as increasing the basic knowledge of the girls.
We also have themed socials every week, an annual tour in Spain and also organise fundraising and charity events throughout the year.
If you want to get involved in SUNC look us up on facebook or email us..
These are the current membership plans offered by Netball, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.
Returners Year Membership (£50) Membership allows for court time for matches weekly and two training sessions a week, Level 2 qualified coaches and qualified umpires. Includes umpiring courses want to be taken, a fee will be paid for by the club to assist. Allows entry into BUCS leagues, played every week, and transport to and from the other universities.
Freshers Year Membership (£75) Membership includes entrance into the club and initial trialling costs. Allows for match dress for BUCS matches to be given out at the beginning of the year. Also allows for court time for matches weekly and two training sessions a week, Level 2 qualified coaches and qualified umpires. Includes umpiring courses want to be taken, a fee will be paid for by the club to assist. Allows entry into BUCS leagues, played every week, and transport to and from the other universities.
This Years Committee
All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Netball this year are:
Emma Drysdale Club Captain
Grace Turner Vice Club Captain
Harriet Dorrington Development Squad Coordinator
Annabelle Newland Social Secretary
Emily Buller Fitness Secretary
Gabrielle O'Driscoll Tour Secretary
Mororeoluwa Okoh Treasurer
Hannah Rodericks Kit Secretary
Georgia Ivey Sponsorship & Media Secretary
Hannah Brotherwood Fixtures Secretary
Clare Peirson Social Secretary A
If you've got any questions or want to find out more, either email the group directly, or fill in the form below:
For Afghans and non-Afghans to come together, share what they know of the culture, food, traditions, music, cinema, etc as well as socialise. We also plan to do fund-raising throughout the year for Afghanistans needy people. Make people more aware of Afghanistan and remove the stereotypes. Offer informal language lessons for those interested led by our own volunteering members. Have socials on the big calendar events such as Nawrooz (new year), Eid, etc. Attan practice taught by our members. (Attan is the traditional Afghan dance.) Trips to London or Oxford for poetry, exhibition/ Afghan restaurants.