Cayman Fury Netball Club

ABOUT

Cayman Fury

Netball club

About the Club

Set up in 2024, Cayman Fury Netball Club (the “Club”) is a registered nonprofit club in the Cayman Islands that is run by and for netball enthusiasts. Sessions will be taught by seasoned and trained coaches who have experience of playing at an international level.

We seek to work alongside and complement the netball offerings already available in the Cayman Islands and to create more opportunities for girls to play and develop their netball skills. We hope that in building the Club, elementary and primary aged girls will have the opportunity to play regular games and, one day, compete internationally for the Club.

Who is Behind the Club?

Carolynn

Carolynn has played and coached netball for over 35 years across all levels. She grew up playing representative netball at Australian state and national level for district, school and university teams. Following university, she played in the precursor to the English Superleague, Canadian nationals, the Nations Cup in Singapore and in Cayman.

Carolynn has been fortunate enough to have been coached by the likes of Julie Fitzgerald, Jill McIntosh, Lisa Beehag and Rob Wright and is a qualified coach and umpire.

Kerrina

Growing up in Australia Netball was always her primary sport. Kerrina played netball through school at the highest level, ultimately playing competitive netball for Guernsey and then the Cayman Islands.

Kerrina is passionate about providing the opportunity for the next generation of sports person to develop within the sport.

Vicki

Vicki has fond memories of playing netball as a child and the camaraderie felt on court. As a parent she wanted the same for her daughter, so established an after-school netball club at CIS with Kerrina. The after-school club went from strength to strength with the added help of Carolynn and other CIS parents, which demonstrated the wider opportunity available.

Vicki works largely behind the scenes, acting as treasurer and looking after operations for the club, but you’ll also see her on court helping where needed.

Who can join

Currently we are programming for girls ages 9-14 of all skill levels .

If your daughter is a little younger or older than this age range, please do reach out to us to discuss options.

When do we train and play

Training and skills development will be on Tuesday 4-5.30pm and Saturday mornings will be spent playing games from 8-9.30am. Girls need to attend training sessions to be able to play in the games. If your daughter can’t quite make the whole session please reach out to discuss this with us.

All sessions will take place at the netball courts on the Truman Bodden sports complex.

Training & Skills

Tuesday
4pm - 5.30pm

Games

Saturday
8am - 9.30pm

Games - Yay!

Yes – we are playing proper games – we are aiming for four, 15 minute quarters each Saturday. 

We will organise all the girls into teams according to their age group and availability.  

We know schedules are hectic, so we intend to start and finish on time.  

We also know it’s sunny and hot – it’s Cayman – bring lots of water – it’s only an hour and the girls should be tired by the end of the game.

Ok, how much is it going to cost

Fees will be CI$75 per member for both session each semester this includes coaching, umpires, registration with CINA, use of equipment and a uniform.

Financial support is available for those for whom the semester joining fee is prohibitive, for more details please contact us.

Payment details will be provided following enrollment and confirmation from the Club that there is a space available.

You have a uniform - cool

Each uniform will be ordered specifically for the member so everyone gets their correct size. Girls will also need red, orange or white cycling shorts underneath their dress (not provided).

This sounds great - when does it start

The Club will run from the beginning of September to the Christmas holidays, starting again in January and running to the Easter break. The Club will not run for the summer term e.g. from after Easter to June.

Term 1

September - Christmas

Term 2

January - Easter Break

I’m ready to play netball where do I sign up

Express an interest in playing.

Register your daughter.

Admin stuff for parents

Each member must have current Cayman Islands medical insurance and parents will be required to sign a disclaimer before their child can participate. Girls will be automatically registered with the Cayman Islands Netball Association upon sign up to the Club.