About - East Brighton Vampires Netball Club

Welcome to the East Brighton Vampires Netball Club.

The East Brighton Vampires Netball Club is more than a club, it is a community. It is a community of players, families, coaches and volunteers who love the game, enjoy seeing their families active and are willing to do their bit to make it happen. If that sounds like your sort of netball club then we would love to have you on our team.

We welcome accomplished players and those who just want to play to have some fun with friends and be a part of a team.                                 

“What I really enjoy about the Vampires is that they are all so supportive and encouraging. They are like a big second family to me.” Alice, 10 years

“I love playing netball with the Vampires. It’s a great way to catch up with friends and have fun while playing sport.” Abbie, 10 years

Our club is not just a club for players, it for parents too. We are a friendly bunch who love a chat on the side lines, to cheer on our friends in different teams and admire great sportsmanship.

Parents are encouraged to be actively involved in the club being that as coaches, team managers or volunteers for fundraising events.

 “The East Brighton Vampires is a wonderful organisation that prides itself on true community spirit. As a parent I have found it extremely enjoyable to be part of a club that cares so much about ‘how’ and ‘why’ they are doing what they are doing. It’s all about inclusivity, health, wellbeing, community and achieving your best.”


The Junior Netball Club participates in the Sandringham District Netball Association (SDNA) competition, which runs games on Thursday evenings (for Grade 4 U11 players) and Saturdays, at the SDNA courts on Thomas Street, Hampton.

The Senior Netball Club participates in the Southern Football Netball League (SFNL) competition, and runs games on Saturday afternoons at the Springvale District Netball Association courts on Rowan Road, Dingley Village.

About the Club

We play in three different leagues; Sandringham District Netball Association (SDNA), Caulfield District Netball Association (CDNA) and Southern Football Netball League (SFNL) 

The Junior Netball Club participates in the Sandringham District Netball Association competition, which runs games on Thursday evenings (for Grade 4, U11 players) and Saturdays (U11, U13, U15, U17), at the SDNA courts on Thomas Street, Hampton.

The club also participates in the Caulfield District Netball Club (CDNA) competition, which runs games on Friday evenings (U11, U13) at the Duncan Mackinnon Reserve, Murrumbeena.

The Senior Netball Club participates in the Southern Football Netball League (SFNL) competition, and runs games on Saturday afternoons at the Springvale District Netball Association courts on Rowan Road, Dingley Village.

History

The East Brighton Vampires Netball Club (EBVNC) began life in 2010 as the Brighton Sparks with one U11 team. In 2016, it became part of the East Brighton Vampires Sports Club Precinct, and changed its name to the EBVNC. We now have 25 teams from U11 through to seniors. We also run a fantastic NetSetGo program for Grade 2 and 3 children, hopefully sowing the love of netball in our littlest players.  

Our clubhouse facility is based at Hurlingham Park, 577 Nepean Hwy, East Brighton, and is shared with the East Brighton Vampires Football Club and the Brighton Union Cricket Club.

Values

The EBVNC believes in promoting good sporting values, skills development, team play and a healthy participation in netball at all levels. Players have the opportunity to develop further skills in umpiring and coaching within the Club and beyond.  We are a true community club and we also advocate inclusivity in sport. Members of our committee were instrumental in setting up an award-winning all-abilities netball program with the SDNA.

Parents are provided with opportunities too, to coach, umpire and volunteer in a number of ways.

Our club is a ‘stay and support’ club, not ‘drop and go’ and membership of our club means getting involved, one way or another, for example, volunteering, attending events, watching training and games, and working with team managers, coaches and fellow club members. 

Committee

The EBVNC is managed and run by a dedicated committee, consisting of volunteer parents.

Community Partners

EBVNC thanks our Community Partners.If you would like to become a Community Partner, please contact info@ebvnc.net 

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Call them directly on 9553 8388 or 9553 8344 to place your orders!

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Brighton Spine and Sports clinic is Melbourne’s leading health facility for spine and sports injury management, located in Bay street, Brighton. BSSC has been helping the local community for 35 years and we are proud to form a partnership with the Vampires netball club.

Our experienced team of Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Myotherapists combine to provide the best care for you.  Our team includes highly qualified and experienced sports physiotherapists formally working for AFL clubs and the WTPA tennis tour.  We can manage all sporting injuries of all severity including muscle sprains, ligament damage, joint and bone problems.  

We are open six days a week and offer a clinical rehabilitation gymnasium and dedicated Pilates Studio in conjunction with our many services, to help facilitate the recovery and ongoing health requirements of our patients.

Vampires Netball Club members are entitled to a 25% discount on initial consultations with Paul Trainer, Sabine Groscurth, Bruce Gilmore and Nigel Mitchell.

Brighton Spine and Sports clinic

Bruce has loaded up some exercises which can be done at home.  These are excellent and worth a look.

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Volunteering benefits everyone, but especially you and the EBVNC. We would love to hear from you if you would like to get more involved.

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Sponsorship

An important source of funding for the Club comes from corporate sponsors, such as yourself. We would love to hear from you if you would like to get involved in this way.

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