Suncorp NetSetGO is a fun, safe, social and active program for girls and boys aged 5 to 10. It gives kids of all abilities a positive introduction to netball and teaches them the basic skills of the sport.

Suncorp NetSetGO is divided into three tiers; Net, Set and GO, meaning that your child will learn at a pace that’s right for their age and ability.

Each week your child will take part in skill based activities, minor games, music, dance and modified matches that will help them develop fundamental movement skills, as well as important social skills like team work. Each session will be lead by an accredited coach, using modified equipment




In 2021 HDNA will be offering the H-Series a competition based out of Highfields, designed to be more inclusive, lower costs, no uniforms, less competition rules. Its netball for the players. Focused on fun, friendship and inclusivity.

Regional Competition involving the 12 Affiliated Associations from across the Darling Downs. HDNA utilises this competition for our Development Teams, Coaches and Umpires, for exposure to carnival format and a higher level of competition than Club netball provides. It is a direct pathway leading into State Age and QPL.

The Nissan State Age Championship is Netball Queensland’s junior association carnival for players aged 12 to 15. The aim of this event is to provide an inclusive environment for young players to come together and compete against players from across Queensland. HDNA nominates 8 teams in State Age (2 per age group).


Meg Englart is a 18 week competition played by Associations from across the region. Played at a Under 19 and a Under 15 competition level it was designed to harness the emerging talent in the region and have them compete in a environment where their talent could grow and develop. 


The Queensland Premier League exists to provide a multi-division state wide competition to determine the best Association teams in Queensland. It caters for netballers over the age of 16 and includes Open, Men’s, 17U and 19U (and Mixed and Masters) Divisions. The QPL culminates in a QPL State Finals weekend where the winning teams come together from around Queensland to battle it out to be crowned State Champions.



HDNA has a home for everybody and social Netball is a place where players of all abilities can take the court and enjoy Netball in whatever capacity they want to. It's about friendship fun and playing Netball.