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Frequently Asked Questions

The 2024 fees are $375 per player. This includes Netball Queensland insurance, Redlands Netball Association and Allstars registration fees. At Allstars the total fee also includes a training shirt, team photo, junior end of year event and subsidised tickets for the senior gala event. We anticipate Netball Connect to open for registration around 8th January. Please like our Facebook page to stay up to date with start of seasons information.

Download Netball Connect App (App Store or Google Play) to register your child and pay. Or visit the Netball Connect Website
Please note we need your child registered by 2 February for 11 years to cadets, and by 10 February for under 7 to 10 years, so we can get a gauge on how many teams we will have and how many coaches we will need. We also need to submit teams to the Redlands Netball Association by their closing date. Late registration may not be accepted, if teams are full.

Please register for your Fair Play Voucher as soon as possible. You will need the voucher number to complete the Netball Connect App process for 2023 registrations. Vouchers are now redeemed via the Netball Connect App only.

If you need a payment plan, please select AfterPay when you register via the Netball Connect app. 

If your child is 10 years or older, they need to participate in the Allstars grading on the days below:

  • Under 10’s Skill Development Workshop Wednesday 14th February 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
  • Under 11’s and 12’s Grading Thursday 15th February 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
  • Intermediates and Cadets Grading Friday 16th February 5.30pm to 8.30pm.

Once teams have been selected your coach will be in contact with training details. We anticipate training to commence late February (depending on your coach).

Netball is a graded, competitive sport from age 11 with representative opportunities. This ensures the best chance of success for teams and the greatest level of enjoyment and development for players.  

Grading is an ongoing process and draws on information from the previous season as well as the club grading days. Allstars considers coaches’ evaluation and independent practical grading.

You can view the Allstars grading policy on our resources page -

Footwork, speed/agility, ball handling skills, attacking, and defending skills, fitness, sportsmanship, and attitude. Each age group is assessed in line with the Netball Queensland curriculum.

Players’ list two positions they would like to trial for, which allow them to display their technical netball skills. While every effort is made to give players time in their positions sometimes this is impossible because of the number of players wanting to trial in the same position. Some players are also easier to grade. Playing a certain position at grading, does not guarantee the player will play that position during the season.

Players are asked to wearch all black to grading (black top with black bike pants or shorts). No club, school, or representative uniforms to be worn.

Due to the nature of change, new registrations and differing player development rates, player movement in and out of teams may occur. We cannot guarantee that teams will be kept together.

Players are required to grade in their correct age group. Please email requests to play up, prior to grading day to The club will consider the abilities of the individual player, numbers available to make up teams and competitive nature of teams impacted.

Allstars Netball Club uses TEAM APP and Facebook to keep our members updated on club events and news.

Please view Redlands Netball Association (RNA) calendar on their website.  Game times will be released closer to the start of the netball season. 2023 dates have already been releases.

Please email the Registrar at

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