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Netball South AfricaNSA MembershipStructuresNSA executiveNSA structureComposition of NSANSA ProgrammesChallengesHead office netball homeNetball homeNational team preparationNSA international eventsNSA DebtAbuse of playersRole of NSA in development of netball in Africa
CompositionCurrently 47 Regions 5 Regions still in the process of changing according to Municipal DemarcationRegistration fee per region R3000Affiliation fee per region R350.00Increase of affiliation suggested for 2013 -R1000.00
NSA Programmes Funding Requirements
Key InitiativeTalent identificationKey ProjectsNetball schools /clubs/regions in all provinces Deployment of qualified scoutsCost per annumR2,25 millionTargeted OutcomesGreater proportion of players from rural communities in provincial teamsGreater number of registered netball playersSelection of Talent Squads
Key InitiativeFacilities & Equipment ProvisionKey ProjectsUpgrading and/or provision of courtsProvision of Balls, Scoreboards, Poles (including portable)Cost per annumR2,5 millionTargeted OutcomesGreater access to facilityAvailability of basic equipment
Key InitiativeCompetitionsKey ProjectsAll ages competitions (12-19 )Best schools leagueRegional leagues (National Club Championships ) National Netball Premier LeagueFast net League (Males and Females )Open tournament (Named after a late female stalwart)Cost per annumR10 millionTargeted OutcomesContracted professional playersIncreased visibility of the sportAttractive Netball brands
Key InitiativeCapacity BuildingKey ProjectsEducation and Training ProgrammesInformation/Data ManagementCost per annumR2 ,5 millionTargeted OutcomesBetter qualified administratorsImproved standards of coaching and umpiringImproved governance at all levelsTimely & relevant availability of information
Key InitiativeSUPPORT ON NATIONAL DUTY (INCENTIVES )Key ProjectsNational players National coachesNational umpiresNational technical officialsNational executive committee Medical practitioners Cost per annumR 3,6 million
ChallengesProvinces to assist regional teams to participate at national championshipsAt the moment they only assist provincial structures.No netball offices in the regions, a workable solution would be for us to identify a school in each local municipality. To get government and the private sector to provide resources, and have local clubs making use the school.Schools will be an ideal home to host netball clubs.
Head office netball homeNetball facility:Phase 14 indoor courts, 5000-10000 seating capacity to be of International standard2 premium change rooms 6 standard change roomsAll change rooms designed to accommodate wheelchair sports participantsNetball injury prevention and rehabilitation and program roomsUmpires change rooms accommodating disabled personsFirst aid and drug testing facilitiesKitchen and kiosk facilitiesSport specific air coolingCorrect lighting for TV coverage
Netball homePhase 210 outdoor all weather courtsAccommodation for playersSee attached plans R 350 000 000.00Multi purpose venueBasket BallVolley BallRope SkippingGymnasticsTable tennisDISSA (Disability Sport South Africa)
Identified property/LandAvion Park owned by Propnet (Government land)Staff: Need a full staff compliment of 18 paid staff membersCurrently only two paid staff membersShort term needs funding for the post of a CEO
National teams preparationCamps:Invite players to camps through the selection process; see attached bookletTested, provided with training programmes according to the outcomes of the test results. Players get tested at every camp to monitor the progress. Training programmes are athlete/position specific.
Monitor the final 15 in the squad
BudgetTraining camps amounts to R350 000.00 per camp and includes flights, accommodation and meals, medical, physio, sport scientist and all programmes.Test series localTo host a 3 Test series R950 000.00To participate abroad R750 000.00 the Hosting team pays for accommodation and meals.
NSA international events2012 2015WORLD NETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS IN 2015COMMONWEALTH GAMES 2014ALL AFRICA GAMES 2013WORLD YOUTH NETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS IN 2013
Test series 2012JAMAICANORTHERN IRELANDQUAD SERIES AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND, ENGLAND AND SAWORLD GAMES (FAST NET) NEW ZEALANDIN ORDER TO PREPARE FOR THIS WE NEED TO ARRANGE 5 TRAINING CAMPS PER TEAM (U/21 TEAM AND Protea team, as well as the team to participate in the Fast Net games)Test series 2013WORLD YOUTH NETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS U/21Budget: Appendix AALL AFRICA GAMESFIJIUSAARGENTINATest series 2014ENGLANDSINGAPOREMALAWINEW ZEALND/AUSTRALIATest series 2015WORLD NETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS5 TRAINING CAMPS IN PREPARATION1 TRI-NATIONS TEST SERIES
Appendix A: U/21 Protea Team International Participation
To Prepare the U/21 team for the 2012-2013 World Youth Netball ChampionshipsEnglandAustralia, AIS
PREPARATION CAMPS & TRIALSper groupcampstotalAccommodation Pre-departure Camps SA 2012 30 X R600pp = R18 000 X 5 days = R90 000 X 5 Camps900005450000 Meals 30 X R 300 pp 450005225000Flights local players 15 X R3 000 pp450005225000Recovery snacks 30 X R 120 pp 18000590000Physio 1 X R1 500 pd7500537500Medical 2 X R2 000 pd200005100000Sport scientist 1 X R1 500 pd7500537500Facility 1 X R3 000 pd15000575000Medical equipment5000525000Local transport 30 X R 250 pd375005187500Travel assistance 15 X R1 500225005112500Players support 30 X R1 000300005150000Wooden sprung floor250005125000Clothing Training 30X R1000300005150000Umpires 4 X R 20008000540000Media & Marketing 1 X R25000250005125000TOTAL R2 155 000.00
Abuse of playersWe have found ourselves in a situation that we are not certain of how to deal with.We have done investigations about the abuse, the players confirmed verbally that they were abused and to scared to come forward and put it in writing.
Role of NSA in development of Netball in AfricaNSA Relations with IFNA We are full members of IFNAWe have 2 international umpiresTertia le Roux was invited to the World Netball Championships as a technical officialNoluntu Dyubhele was identified as a international technical official.1 MAP representative1 CAP representativeOne of our players (Erin Burger) awarded player of the World Netball Championships.Bongi Msomi was awarded player of a match.President and Vice President invited to IFNA CongressPresident and Vice President are members of Africa NetballWe hosted the first Africa qualifying games.