From social games to state competitions, QUT offers opportunities for netball players at all levels.

Become a part of QUT Netball

Sapphire and Ruby Series

QUT Netball is a new addition in 2021 to the HART Sapphire and Ruby series. The Semi-professional league provides a pathway for QUT Netball players to become elite athletes.

The coaching staff includes Paula Stuart as Head Coach for the Sapphire team and Hillary Collins as Head Coach for the Ruby team.

Learn more about the HART Sapphire Series competition and season fixtures

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GBNL Netball

The Greater Brisbane Netball League (GBNL), formerly known as QPL, is a multi-division region wide competition to determine the best Association teams within the region.

It caters for netballers over the age of 16. QUT Netball have teams in the U17, U19 and open divisions.

The competition is open to QUT students and non-students. The season runs from April through to September.

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Open and Mixed Community Netball

QUT Sport supports mixed and open based teams which contest local competitions in the community at both indoor and outdoor locations. These competitions are open to QUT Students only.

Students join to meet new friends and play in a friendly, competitive environment in the lead up to the National University Championships and other intervarsity based offerings where QUT goes head-to-head with rival Universities.

The National University teams are coached by Nationally recognised netball coaches and are always looking to welcome new players into the teams.

Intervarsity Opportunities

Each year QUT enters into a series of intervarsity events, competing against universities from across South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

These intervarsity events comprise of numerous sports and Netball is a popular permanent fixture in the fold. With a rich history in these events, QUT sends multiple teams to represent, offering opportunities for all genders and abilities to play at the collegiate level without a long-term commitment.

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