The Centralian advocate Fri 4 Oct 2019
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 2019 SPORT 55 V1 - CAVE01Z01MA ASNA look for a new teammate THE Alice Springs Netball Association is looking for someone new to join their team. ASNA are advertising their vacant position of office manager to help run their competition in Central Australia. The full time position would have flexible working hours, totalling to 37.5 hours per week with four weeks of paid leave annually. The position will require the successful candidate to provide a high level of support to the executive committee, communicate strongly with all stakeholders and be proficient in their computing skills. For a full copy of the position description, contact the Alice Springs Netball Association office at netball@alice springsnetball.com.au. The applications for the position close today so get in quick. Anyone is welcome to apply for the role. Nominate a mixed team now TEAMS can nominate now for the coming mixed netball season to begin on Tuesday, October 29. The season will again run for six weeks in a round robin format finishing on Tuesday, December 3. Games will be run along the same lines as the previous popular format. While a sport, so there is a winner and loser in each game (unless a draw), the season is designed as a social activity along Good Sport guidelines. Teams must have at least four females on the court at all times so it is important to have enough in the team to comply with this. Entry forms are available from the Alice Springs Netball Association Facebook page. Nominations close on Tuesday, October 22. Umpires are also required and those interested can nominate to ASNA. ITS A GREAT ATMOSPHERE. WE ALL TRAIN TOGETHER SO WE GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER AND HAVE A GOOD BOND MARLIE DAWES Ready and raring to go for a new season ANTHONY GEPPA firstname.lastname@example.org FUN, exciting and welcoming. Thats the message that the Alice Springs Cricket Association womens competition is spreading ahead of their season launch this month. The new womens season will kick off in the Red Centre on Thursday October 17 with momentum building just three weeks out. The competition will for the first time feature a fifth team with the sport growing leaps and bounds in recent years according to Community Cricket Manager Matt Henderson. The Alice Tigers is the latest club to put a side in and they are going to be supported by the Alkamilya Football Club, Henderson said. They wanted something to do in the summer which reflects I guess the work weve been doing to grow womens cricket over the last few years. To seem them get on board is really exciting and good for the competition. The women that have been playing for a long time are really excited by that too. It really is a family atmosphere at the games too, a place to bring the whole family down. With the season less than three weeks away, there is still time for players both new and old to register to play. New co-chair of the womens subcommittee Marlie Dawes began playing cricket in Alice Springs herself three years ago, and hasnt looked back since starting. This is my third year playing. I saw an ad on Facebook for a come and try day and thought Id come down for something to do, Dawes said. Its something really fun for the girls, we all have a good time together. Its a great atmosphere. We all train together so we get to know each other and have a good bond. We arent out there playing for sheep stations. Were there to have fun and better womens cricket in town here. Wed love to get as many people involved as we can. To get involved, head to Traeger Park on Monday nights at 5.30pm Sandy Warner, Vee Normington, Marlie Dawes, Elizabeth Johnson, Bronte Stray are looking forward to the start of the new cricket season. Picture: SOCIAL MEDIA NT Cover may be excluded if a driver is unlicensed, listed for a specified excess, under the influence or shown in your policy schedule as a declined driver. Exclusions, terms and conditions apply. Higher excesses may apply for drivers not listed on the policy or under 25 years of age. We do not provide advice based on any consideration of your objectives, financial situation or needs. Call or go online for a Product Disclosure Statement to see if TIO is right for you. Territory Insurance Office (TIO) is a trading name and division of the insurer Allianz Australia Insurance Limited ABN 15 000 122 850 AFSL No. 234708. Cover for your car whether its you or someone else driving Get a Quote today on 131 846 or visit tiofi.com.au With the only contact centre, claims team and assessors based in the Territory, were here when you need us most. celebrating YEARSYEARS
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