The Club

Whether you are an experienced player wanting to excel through the performance programme or if you want to simply improve your fitness, meet friends and have fun, there’s a place for you in Saints Netball.

Saints Netball boasts an increasing player membership year on year.  Even with Covid restrictions, we have doubled the number of players in our netball programme this year, creating 12 training bubbles, each with a bubble lead, Covid Officer and led by a qualified coach.  We would normally compete each week in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) League and we hope competitive netball will return in the 2021/2022 season.

Our social netball programme is something we are extremely proud of, providing so many students with the opportunity to play netball each week, informally and in a fun environment.  We also organise several tournaments and leagues throughout the year.

As much as we are committed to our on-court performances, Saints Netball is a club passionate about enabling our members to reach their full potential off the court as well. We look to support our members to fulfil their aspirations, follow their dreams and to give something back to others, both locally and internationally. We are a unique club committed to continuous improvement and we strive to make each season even better than the last.

Saints Netball is your home away from home. Regardless of your playing level, or reason to be involved, we are sure that your time as a Saints Netballer will be one of your best memories at St Andrews.

 

 

 

“Every girl in our club becomes part of a netball family which remains as tight-knit as ever. Especially for our first years, being part of our club means that whatever you come up against in University life, there’s always someone to support you.”

Harriet Bell

 

“Saints netball was a huge part of my university experience. Looking back I know that it contributed to all of my favourite moments at university. It also helped any low points as turning up to training and spending time with all the great people never failed to cheer me up. The structure and fitness was invaluable during the most stressful parts of my degree as it let me relax for a few hours at a time.”

Ellen Jardine