2021 Winter Netball Round 4 Grading Fixture

Published on Tuesday, May 4, 2021

The fixture for the fourth round of grading in the 2021 NFNL Winter Netball season has been released.

The fourth and final round of grading will be played this Friday May 7.

Matches will be played across four venues during the 2021 season.

The venues will be: La Trobe Sports Stadium (six courts), RMIT University (three courts), Mernda Central College (two courts) and Mernda Park Primary School (one court)

Grading will again take place over the opening four rounds, with all 98 teams to begin in one grading section, before being placed into their respective sections.

During grading rounds, teams will still be awarded four points for a win and two points for a draw, however percentage will not be carried over to the regular season ladder.

The quarter length of all grading matches will be 10 minutes.

To view the full Round 4 grading fixture, please visit www.nfnl.org.au/nfnl-netball-fixture-results-ladders

All players, officials and spectators are reminded of the following conditions that will be in place during the 2021 winter netball season.

• There will be a $2.50 entry fee for all patrons over the age of 18. This applies at all venues. The fee will be collected at the venue entry.

• All patrons must check-in using the QR code displayed at the entry point of all venues.

• Players and coaches must be registered with the NFNL and have current Netball Victoria membership.

• Officials must be registered with the NFNL and will be required to be added to the team sheet weekly.

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