Engadine eagles netball Club

Engadine Eagles Netball Club (EENC) was established in 1965 and emerged out of a need in the local area for a sporting club providing regular completion for girls.  In 1965, Engadine was a very different place to the town we know today. 


Registration sessions will be held at Engadine West Public School, Buckle Avenue Engadine on Saturday 5th February 2022 (1pm – 3pm) and Wednesday 9th February 2022 (6pm – 8pm).

About Us

Find out about the club and the read up a little history. Everything you need to know about us.


Relive some our favourite Eagles memories over the years.

Engadine Eagles Netball Club
14 Oct: September 2022 Update

2022 Grand Finals Results A HUGE congratulations to all our Eagles teams. We are so proud of you all.We had…

Engadine Eagles Netball Club
14 Oct: Junior Presentation 2022

We would like to invite our players, coaches, managers and families to Ferntree Netball Courts to congratulate you all on…

Engadine Eagles Netball Club
22 Aug: 2022 Annual General Meeting

Notice of Annual General MeetingMonday 5 September 2022 at 7:30pm The 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Engadine Eagles Netball…

Engadine Eagles Netball Club
09 Aug: Summer Comp 2022

Welcome to the 2022 Summer Competition! Link to register;  https://www.playhq.com/netball-australia/register/5ad31a Registration close date is 28th August 2022. Rego cost is just $10 for…

Engadine Eagles Netball Club
07 Jun: Effected Rain Games

With rain effecting Day 2,3 and 6 there are some games which are pending.SSNA have advised that the games will…

Engadine Eagles Netball Club
23 Feb: 2022 Eagles Teams

Team Announcements. Thankyou everyone for your patience throughout the grading process. This year we have seen similar overall numbers when…

2021 Players Registered

The NSW Government has released a new Public Health Order (Public Health Order (COVID-19 Gathering Restrictions) Order 2021) which came into effect today – Monday 29 March 2021.

This order includes changes which affect netball, so please read THE memo carefully.
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It has been requested by the SSNA Umpires Convenor that all Clubs are to advise their teams Coaches that they are to stand back off the sidelines and away from the Umpires. Please give the Umpires space.
It was also mentioned that only the teams captain for each game is to approach the Umpire at the end of quarters should they need to discuss an issue, NOT the whole team, Coach or Manager.
It needs to be reminded that under NO circumstances is there to be any of the following at games on Saturdays -
1. Poor language;
2. Poor attitude; and
3. Poor sportsmanship.
This behaviour will NOT be tolerated by our Club.
 Please remember that there are many young players and siblings on sidelines watching games each week.