Beginner Umpire Clinic - 9:00am
Intermediate Umpire Clinic - 1.00pm
How do gradings work session - 3.00pm
Annual General Meeting - 5.00pm
Note - The Umpire Development events (Quiz Night and Clinics) are open to all umpires, coaches, players or anyone interested in the rules of netball. The Quiz Night will be a major event in 2019 - stay tuned for a challenge to all clubs!!
The only compulsory meeting in 2019 is the AGM on 28th July - all other Umpire Development events are not compulsory however we encourage as many umpires as possible to attend so that we are all on the same page regarding rules and interpretations.
The Umpires Written Examination is intended for those umpires wishing to attempt a grading. Others may attend however in 2019 an online rules test will be implemented. More details soon.
Match Protocols for Umpires
A series of match protocols have been developed based on the Netball Australia document produced in 2016. These are now available for viewing and download and are to be implemented in SAUCNA from Summer 2016/17.
Match Protocols Document - version 3 updated August 2017 for Modified rules procedures for a draw
From 2019 the umpire registration process will change. Clubs will be sent a list of umpires, at the Association AGM in February, who were registered in the previous year for confirmation or deletion for the following calendar year. Any new umpires for the upcoming year must complete an individual form (from below) and have it signed by the authorised signatory of the club.
Umpires Clinic Registration Form - Registrations close TBA - no late registrations accepted
Umpires Exam Application Form - Applications close Thursday prior to each exam
Umpire Registration Form - ALL umpires new to umpiring at SAUCNA must complete this form in their first year of umpiring. In subsequent years umpires are registered as per the process listed above.
Umpire Grading Application Form - All umpires wishing to attempt a grading must complete this form
Junior Umpire Screening Application - All potential umpires who have turned 13 years of age, but have not yet turned 14 years of age must be screened before being permitted to umpire competition matches.