Coaches requirements



Coaches play a vital role in the sport of Netball through their interaction with their players, managers, and the committee. Rangers Netball Club is run by volunteers, and we encourage parents and Senior players to take on the rewarding position of Coach for Junior teams. 


Unfortunately, the Club cannot not guarantee the provision of a coach to every team, and in the case of there being no volunteers, the Club will approach the parents of the team and appoint a coach. Seniors grade teams may be required to coach themselves.

Rangers Netball Club are committed to providing education, development, and resources for coaches at all levels to increase their knowledge and understanding of the game.  Coaches of Division 1 teams are expected to be working towards coaching accreditation. Ask your Coaching Coordinator for more information about courses and development opportunities for coaches at our Club.

It is also important that coaches are valued for their role and enjoy a fun and rewarding experience along their coaching pathway. It is normal for the end of season to thank the coach with a token gift on behalf of your team.


If you would like to coach but don’t know where to start the club can support, you with coaching clinics & mentors at both club and association level.  There are many members of our club who will happily help you. If you are interested in coaching a team at our Club, please email the Coaching Coordinators with an expression of interest. Coaching can be a very rewarding experience.


Coaching - Rangers will help mentor your coaching ambitions.

1. Chat with our Coaches Co-ordinator's about your options.

2. Get involved with an existing RANGERS netball coach – ask questions

3. Shadow coaching, to learn and see how they operate.

4. Attend and watch club netball games and training.

5. Speak to existing coaches and continue to develop your understanding and expectations.

6. Attend/watch live GBNL or Super Netball Games.

7. Online resources -
Resources Netball Australia.

8. Give it a go!

Contact our coaches co-ordinator at :


We are thrilled that Stevie Anderson, is joining us for another year as our A GRADE / HEAD coach ahead of the 2022 WDNA season.

Stevie has an extensive and growing netball resume, having played in the Queensland Sapphire Series before turning her hand to coaching with the JETS netball Club. Stevie brings a wealth of knowledge to our players as an athlete, coach and captain and we are thankful that she chose to take this next step with Rangers Netball Club

A grade - STEVIE
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Rangers Netball Club respectfully acknowledges the Jagera People as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which our club is based. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We also wish to recognise the tremendous contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make to sport, in particular Netball in Queensland.

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