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PRESENTATON ON NETBALL SOUTH AFRICA TO SPORT PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE DATE: 26 AUGUST 2008 PARLIAMENT. VISION. Netball South Africa ‘s vision is to be the most recognized, respected and professional women's sport organization in South Africa.

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Presentaton on netball south africa to sport portfolio committee date 26 august 2008 parliament l.jpg

PRESENTATON ON NETBALL SOUTH AFRICATO SPORT PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE DATE: 26 AUGUST 2008PARLIAMENT


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VISION

  • Netball South Africa ‘s vision is to be the most recognized, respected and professional women's sport organization in South Africa.

  • To develop to its fullest potential at all levels and to become world championships ,reflecting our values of integrity ,commitments and professionalism, thus inspiring all south Africans.


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MISSION

  • Netball south Africa is the national controlling body of netball in south Africa, who's priority is to develop netball from grass root to elite level .NSA is committed, to providing fair competition ,access to facilities and equity in participation at levels . Netball south Africa is committed to the provision of the highest standards of coaching , administration and officiating at junior ,senior and elite levels”


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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

  • Netball is an amateur sport and netball south Africa (NSA) is a non-profit organization.

  • Statistically, Netball is the number one women sport in south Africa.

  • Netball South Africa’s primary role is to administer and develop netball from grassroots to elite level.

  • we are custodian of 38 netball regions in the country.

  • we encourage and support mass participation.


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ORGANOGRAM

  • IFNA

  • NSA COUNCIL

  • NSA EXECUTIVE

  • (PROVINCIAL STRUCTURE)

  • REGIONS

  • DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

  • WARD

  • CLUBS


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NSA NATIONAL STRUCTURE

NSA EXECUTIVE

PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

D COACHES D UMPURES DSELECTION D DEMARCATION

BOARD BOARD OF BOARD OF REGIONAL

OF COACHES UMPIRES SELECTION MEMBERS

NSA OFFICE WORKERS

COUNCIL MEMBERS ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

REGIONS

DISTRICT MUNICIPALITIES

WARDS

CLUBS


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DEVELOPMENT

  • 4 Directors responsible to plan, coordinate and implement/monitor development programs at National and Regional level.

  • Provincial/Regional Convenors responsible for planning, coordination and implementation/monitoring of development programs in the Region, record and submit reports on development, to Directors.

  • Each Director keeps record of all activities/programs/projects in portfolio concerned.

  • Development programs aimed at players and officials.

  • Leagues at club level, Regional and Provincial tournaments and S A Championships used as platform for development.

  • Development Workshops conducted by the Executive in each province.

  • Compilation of data base of members, players and technical officials and records thereof kept by each Director to feed into NSA data base.

  • Development programs run in partnership with leading netball countries (involving taking technical officials overseas to learn from top officials in the game as well as officiate in tournaments there while being mentored and evaluated).

  • Regular training camps in partnership with High Performance Institutes/Centres.


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SELECTION

  • Director Selection coordinates all selection processes and oversees the selection process of all national squads and teams.

  • A team of selectors is appointed to work with Director Selection for selection of squad players and national team players. The Executive ratifies final team lists.

  • The National Coach for the S A Spar Protea team sits in all selection meetings/sessions for guidance and advice to selectors on the type of players with potential to be in the senior team; while other coaches for the junior national teams sit in selection meetings/sessions when selection of players into teams under their care are conducted.

  • National Championships, the National Netball League and the Merit Tournament are the main platforms used for selection of players into squads.

  • S A Games, SASSU and S A Schools Netball also provide other platforms for selection of players.

  • The Selection policy clearly outlines the required level of competence of any individual appointed as a selector and type of players to be selected.


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COACHES AND UMPIRES

  • Both Director Umpires and Director Coaches keep data base of all umpires and coaches and their grading (level) respectively.

  • Senior umpires and coaches are appointed into the Board of Umpires and Board of Coaches under the leadership of the Director concerned and their responsibility is to train and mentor identified potential umpires and coaches and also grade umpires and coaches.

  • Grading of umpires and evaluation of coaches occurs at S A Championships.

  • Both Director Umpires and Director Coaches have the responsibility to coordinate and monitor all development programs of umpires and coaches in the country to ensure that IFNA standards, and therefore NSA standards, are not compromised (any development in these areas taking place even in schools and anywhere where netball is played).

  • The career path of umpires and coaches should ideally be up to international levels.


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DEMARCATION ANDSTRUCTURES

  • The Director Demarcation and Structures is responsible for ensuring that NSA Constitution, policies, rules and regulations are adhered to by members.

  • She has to ensure that structures/committees entrusted with the responsibility to run netball in the regions are established and they are functional.

  • She manages affiliation and registration of regions to NSA.


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TRANSFORMATION

  • NSA has to ensure that netball is played by all people of S A.

  • NSA has to assist regions in the provision of facilities, depending on availability of funds.

  • NSA has to ensure that all players have equal opportunity to compete in all national and international competitions.

  • NSA has to ensure that all technical officials have equal opportunity for growth towards officiating at national and international level.

  • NSA has to ensure that there is a balance between participation and performance. While the ultimate aim is to ensure that every player/official gets equal opportunity to participate, quality performance should not be compromised (need for constant review of transformation policy to achieve both objectives, i.e. participation and performance).

  • Current status as reflected by teams presented to NSA for national championships is that both black and white players and officials are well represented.


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FUNDING AND SPONSORS

  • NSA receives funding from SRSA for development.

  • Spar sponsors only the senior national team.

  • Lottery funds development programs according to approved programs.

  • Gilbert sponsors NSA with balls for national championships.

  • New Balance sponsors NSA with shoes (playing shoes) for national teams.

  • The SABC is NSA’s broadcasting sponsor as well as the naming right’s sponsor of the NNL.

  • N.B. All Executive Committee members serve on voluntary basis as NSA cannot afford to provide salaries with benefits should the Executive Committee members perform NSA duties on full-time basis.


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DEVELOPMENTS PROJECTS

  • Merit tournament

  • Executive workshops

  • National Squad camps

  • Schools projects

  • Establishment of Structures

  • Netball equipments for regions

  • Regional development tournament

  • Decentralization of regional squad camps


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MEDIA COVERAGE

  • NSA enjoys reasonable coverage from most newspapers and almost all radio stations in the country.

  • Some radio stations conduct live broadcasts with representatives of NSA.

  • We do get negative publicity from time to time, but we have been able to give objective responses towards that and it also helps that we have established a circle of journalists who understand netball, journalists who have covered netball stories for some time.

  • NSA Council understands protocol to be followed when there is need for comment on netball matters.


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NATIONAL TEAMS’ INVOLVEMNT

  • The S A Spar Protea team is currently ranked 9th out of 22 countries; we are ranked 2nd in Africa after losing to Malawi at the 2007 WNC as well as losing to them in the test series played in S A last year.

  • The U/21 team ended 5th at the YWNC in 2005.

  • Our U/20 have won all Zone 6 Games encounters and we hope to defend the title even at this year’s games.

  • The U/21 national team will participate at this year’s COSANA Games in Lesotho; they are the defending champions and we hope to defend that title as well.

  • The S A Spar Protea team will play a test series against Barbados in S A in October.

  • The S A Spar Protea team will tour for a Tri-Nations with Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.


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CHALLENGES

  • Transformation

  • Funding

  • Facilities and resources

  • Working relationship between provincial government and regional structures

  • Voluntary Management


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IMPORTANT EVENTS

  • 2008 U/21 COSANA Games in Lesotho

  • 2008 Zone VI Games in Potchefstroom

  • 2008 Tri-Nations in Jamaica

  • 2009 U/21 World Netball Championships

  • 2011 Senior World Netball Championships


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THANK YOU !


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