Societies


We are an netball club that is open to players of all ages and abilities. We have different training sessions through the week so the opportunity is there to play competitively or just for fun. We organise a variety of different social events throughout the year which can involve making some crazy costumes.

Committee:
President: Ami Maddison
Vice-Presidents: Sasha Miller and Erika Bruijstens
Social Secs: Hannah Leslie, Eryn Cole and Stephanie Kydd  Wellbeing Ambassador: Caitlin Hinchcliffe 
Recreational Coordinators: Lianne Jamieson and Annie Murray 
Social Media Coordinator: Claire Pirrie 

Regular events include:
BUCS Training - Monday 6pm-8pm 
Social Training (all abilities) - Tuesday 5.30pm-7pm  Wednesday social events 
Blues Ball 
Mini Blues 

 


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