MCNC - Club Grading Days:
In 2019 MCNC (Club) Grading will be held over 2 weekends:
- First Grading Day - Saturday 9th Feb - JUNIOR AND SENIOR DIVISIONAL PLAYERS
- Second Grading Day - Saturday 16th Feb- NSG AND DIVISIONAL WHO WERE UNABLE TO ATTEND 9TH.
Divisional Grading trials are held at the Mountain Creek High School - new courts use the entry gate next to the swimming pool. Signs will be erected to guide you to the location.
NSG Trials are held at the Mountain Creek State School
NOTE: Club Grading is at the High School NOT the Primary School for Sat 9th.
GRADING TIMES FOR SAT 9th
If in 2018 you played in:
Division 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5
Grading is from 9am - 11am.
Please be at the courts by 8.30am.
Division 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10
Grading is from 11.30am - 1.30pm.
Please be at the courts by 11am.
Division 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
and NET-SET-GO players turning 10 this year
Grading time is from 2pm - 4pm.
Please be at the courts by 1.30pm.
***Get your registrations in and see you all there!!***
All players should bring a water bottle and prepare as they would for a normal competition game; no jewelery, hair tied back, nails clipped, etc.
Please be at the school 15 minutes before your allotted time to sign in so that we can ensure we have all allocated players to put a team on the court at the allocated time, but also to provide time to warm up (we have had injuries in the past due to players arriving late and not warming up properly). If you are late you may miss your opportunity to play.
If you cannot make grading please contact the club ASAP!
MCNC - Club Grading Process:
The Divisional Competition run by the Sunshine Coast Netball Association (SCNA) is an "ability" based competition. For people that are new to the club this may be different to that from your former club/competition as you may have come from a competition that is an Age based competition. The SCNA "Ability" based competition means that players are assessed on their ability and placed into teams with other players with like ability. From there each team is assessed (against other teams) and the competition created. As you can appreciate this presents difficulties when trying to create teams and meet everyone's expectations.
The MCNC tries to please everyone, but as I'm sure you can appreciate with over 225 players that is not always possible. We therefore encourage you to read the grading process document provided at the link below to understand the process and some of the considerations we will undertake in forming tams for the 2018 season. We thank-you for your understanding and patience.