High Schools Championships

The Netball Tasmania High School Championships for secondary students will be back for its third year in 2022 and is set to once again be bigger and better, with the addition of a 7/8 competition for boys and girls in addition to the 9/10 tournament! The dates of the 2022 Champs may be accessed here or viewed below.

The HSC began in 2019 and is one of the largest netball tournaments for secondary students (girls and boys) in Tasmania. The Championships attract Government, Catholic, Independent and Specialist school teams from around the state and displays some of the state’s best young netballers. Teams play in a round robin carnival across multiple regions around Tasmania, with the top teams advancing through to the State Final.

Electronic scoring will be in play for the duration of the tournament, whereby devices used to track score will link to the relevant fixture by location. To follow along, click the fixture button to the location of interest below to check up on your competing school! 

For more information, contact Mackenzie Queen   |    mackenzie.queen@tasnetball.org.au or 03 6159 6139

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2021 Champions

Champions and MVP's

10 teams across three pools played off to become State Champions on Wednesday 13th October, and we've crowned the 2021 Premiers! The contests throughout the day were fierce, with many results being decided by the slimmest of margins. The boys pool had six round robin matches, two of which were drawn; an indication of the calibre of the competition.

Congratulations to all who participated, but particularly our Champion schools, Clarence High School and St Patrick's College, who were victorious against challenging opponents. Our match MVP's were chosen by esteemed selectors, who chose Ryan Williamson and Ava Lockwood-Roden as the game changers.

We look forward to the 2022 competition and seeing further growth and development of netball in schools around the state!


1.	Cost per team, ‘Team Fee’ is $180* (GST inclusive) plus player membership fees ($10pp for any non-registered players). An umpire fee is applicable if you are unable to bring your own official for the Regional Carnival. 

2.	Schools can enter multiple teams in each gender division if they wish. However, if the cap of twelve (12) teams is reached, Netball Tasmania will only accept one team per school, per division.

3.	Where schools enter teams in both the 7/8 and 9/10  age groups, grade levels must be adhered to.  For example, 9/10 students cannot play down to make up numbers in the younger division and vice versa. If schools are entering only a 9/10 team, younger students may be granted an exemption to ensure that a team is filled upon request. This request will take the form of an email from the school coordinator to Netball Tasmania // Mackenzie Queen. 

4.	Teams will be split into Pools in each region, with the top two teams (in each gender division) from each region then progressing through to the State Final, to be held in Hobart on Wednesday 26th (Girls) and Thursday 27th (Boys) October. Teams will not be required to pay another Team Fee for the State Final and umpires will be supplied by Netball Tasmania for this event.

5.	Team personnel must be bona fide full-time students at the nominated school for the majority of the year.

6.	A minimum of eight and a maximum of twelve players may be nominated in a team. Player names and DOBs must be listed on the Player Nomination Form (available on Netball Tasmania website) to be eligible to play in the Regional Carnival and State Final.

7.	Players must be uniformly dressed in appropriate attire and footwear.

8.	Teams will be required to supply their own bibs, along with any equipment needed for warm up. Contact may be made with Netball Tasmania to request equipment if needed.

9.	Teams must supply one scorer for each game they play. Their scorer will sit alongside the opposition scorer for the duration of the match.

10.	Teams must supply an umpire for the Regional Carnival. The umpire is required to bring their own whistle. If a Team is unable to supply an umpire, they will be charged $25 per game for Netball Tasmania to pay an independent umpire to officiate. Netball Tasmania will assign umpires to matches. Netball Tasmania will supply umpires for the State Final.

11.	Teams will be required to fund their own travel costs. 

12.	Netball Tasmania reserve the right to cap the maximum of twelve (12) teams for each of the gender divisions of the Regional Carnivals. Netball Tasmania reserve the right to cancel the Event(s) if sufficient team numbers are not met. Any monies paid will be refunded in full.

13.	Netball Tasmania secures applicable insurance (personal accident and injury etc.) via the Netball Australia Group Insurance Scheme. For athletes to be covered under this insurance, they must be a registered member of Netball Tasmania. Any athletes currently registered with Netball Tasmania through their participation in sanctioned rosters will be covered by insurance. Any players not already registered will be required to pay a registration fee of $10 prior to the carnival to ensure that they receive insurance cover. Any athlete who is not a (paid) registered member of Netball Tasmania at the time of the carnival will be ineligible to compete.

14.	Match times, conditions and fixtures will be released to participating schools closer to the event.