Established in 1966, Frankston & District Netball Association is long established, non-for-profit organisation providing access to the sport of netball across Frankston and the surrounding area. The organisation’s core function is to identify and meet the needs of netball players, coaches, umpires, administrators and clubs and enhance participation experiences to encourage active participation.



Frankston Police Community Engagement Day – Round 9

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FDNA June Newsletter

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FDNA Strategic Business Plan 2018-2021

The Frankston District Netball Association (FDNA) Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021 will play an integral role in guiding the Association to achieve its goals over the next three years.

Today, FDNA is a thriving Association delivering opportunities to the community in and through netball. It is also facing great change. It is against this backdrop of exciting change that this Strategic Plan has been shaped. Mission, vision and values have been workshopped and agreed by the Association representatives and absolutely reflect history and roots, community soul and aspirational expansion.

FDNA AGM Presentation 2018

FDNA achieved some very positive results in 2018. Most notably the development of the 2018-2020 High Performance Pathway Program, the development of the 2018-2021 Strategic Business Plan, progressed detailing of the Jubilee Park Indoor Stadium development and the successful 2019-2023 VNL License Application.

Several new initiatives were introduced, increasing participation opportunities including; Walking Netball, Boys Netball and the Junior Spring Competition.

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High Performance Pathways

FDNA Squad

Our Frankston Representative (Squad) teams are selected from our Saturday participants to compete against other associations throughout the season. Successful representative teams progress to Association Championships and provide opportunities for players to be talent identified through the Netball Victoria pathway.

Peninsula Waves

FDNA is the licence holder for the Peninsula Waves VNL Netball Club providing pathway access for our aspiring athletes to elite netball. Peninsula Waves is one of only 10 teams granted a licence in the State VNL competition.

Two Bays State Titles

Victoria consists of 22 netball regions. The Two Bays region encompasses Frankston along with our regional partner associations. Two Bays are represented at the State Titles annually with Frankston players strongly represented.

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