"Playnetball has created a really positive and friendly vibe."
Meg, Home and Away
"This is the best social league I’ve played in. I love the end of season prize giving ceremony."
Harriet, Riskettes
Ingrid, Goals Allowed
"I was initially nervous about starting to play netball again but have enjoyed getting back into it."
Imogen, Riskettes
"We get on well with the umpires and find their advice each game really helpful!"
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We offer graded netball leagues with different levels of play to suit players of all skill and experience level.

The information below should help you decide which leagues are best for you, but if you’re not sure, give us a call and we’ll talk it through with you!

A Grade & Mixed A Grade – Competitive

For players who have a clear and logical understanding of team tactics and strategy. You’re probably pretty fit, experienced, competitive and are fully aware of the rules of the game.  A grade players have often played at club or university level.  Monday Women’s A grade in Angel is probably our highest standard of women’s netball.

Mixed A grade is similar to women’s but the inclusion of experienced male players ensures the standard is a little higher and the game a little faster.   Our Tuesday Mixed A grade is probably the highest standard mixed netball league in London.

B Grade – Intermediate

For players who are fit and have played a fair bit previously. You should know most of the rules and have an average grasp of playing netball strategically as a team.

C Grade – Recreational

Our lowest level of netball although this doesn’t mean it’s uncompetitive!  The standard for our current C Grade league is a little higher than beginners. This is for players who are returning to netball after a break, new players with a little experience picking up the game or players who just want a bit of a run around without it being too competitive. You should have a basic understanding of the rules.

Beginners Training

If you’ve never played before you’ll probably want to come along to our beginners training.  We run courses 2 – 3 times a year which will run through some of the basics of the game before having a short game where you’ll work on understanding a little bit more about the rules and how to play.