Honour Board

'Recognising the past for a stronger future'

 

History of the Honour Board - As Wyndham Netball Association was formed in 2013 with the Amalgamation of the Werribee Netball Association and the Werribee Junior Netball Association, Wyndham Netball recognizes the Life Members from both of the former Associations.

 

In 2017 Hoppers Crossing Netball Association (morning competition) ceased operations and Wyndham Netball began looking after all the operations of the former Association. In 2018 Wyndham Netball formally recognised the Life Members of the former Association as now Life Members of the Wyndham Netball Association.

 

Wyndham Netball Association continues to thank all of our Life Members and Distinction Awardees for all the tireless efforts they have contributed to make who we are today.

 

Distinction awards are awarded annually at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) for outstanding contribution to Wyndham Netball Association.

 

Wyndham Netball Association – Life Members

Phil Morley

 

Werribee Netball Association – Life Members

Elaine Gebbie

Jenny Toohey

Irene Cooney (dec.)

Wilma Ryan

Sheryl Marriot

Kerryn Flaherty

Lorraine Purdon

Lyne Moore

Joanne Ryan

 

Werribee Junior Netball Association – Life Members

Kerryn Flaherty

Victor Armstrong

Sue Barnes

Sandra Cameron

 

Hoppers Crossing Netball Association – Life Members

Dulcie Harvey

Yvonne Stormonth

Barbara Harrington

Lynn Tyrrell

Noeline Chalmers

Dot Buttler

Gaye Mancer

Wyndham Netball Association – Distinction Awardees

2015 – Maija Lowcock

2015 – Natalie Elford

2015 – Wyndham Victory Netball Club

2016 – Louise Mason Suanders

2016 – Doug Mitchell

2017 – Natasha Oakley

2017 – Giulia Galea

 

Werribee Netball Association – Distinction Awardees

Kelvin Murphy

Val Self

Jane Squire Austin

Rhonda Hopper

Joy Delaney

Angela Bugeja

Maryann Parry

Denice Parslow

 

 

 

 


 

Special Honour

Two of our Life Members, Irene Cooney and Kerryn Flaherty were imoratlised with the unveiling of the name for the outdoor courts at Eagle Stadium. The name was chosen because of the the great significance both women made to netball, women in sport and to the sporting facility over the many years.