Community and Sporting Connections

St Monica's Netball Club

St Monica’s Netball Club is a community based club with a broad range of players, and have been a proud part of the SAUCNA association for approximately 50 years. Their teams start with Under 8's and go all the way through to the Open divisions. Throughout the year they also run a Have-A-Ball programme over a 10 week period for 5-7 year olds, teaching basic ball skills in an encouraging and fun learning environment.

For more information:

Email: stmonicasnetballclub@hotmail.com

Website: stmonicasnetballclub.squarespace.com

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Broadview Tennis Club

Broadview Tennis Club offers competitive and social tennis to players of all ages and abilities.

For more information:

Email: enquiries@broadviewtennis.com.au

Website: broadviewtennis.com.au

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Elite Swim School

Elite Swim School offers a professional and enjoyable environment for children to learn to swim. It was established in 1988 and caters from babies to upper primary, along with adult and squad sessions.

For more information:

Email: enquiries@eliteswim.com.au

Website: http://www.eliteswim.com.au

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Tennis Coaching

Mr Tennis

MR Tennis is a fun, tennis coaching academy that is suitable for people of any age, skill or experience.  MR Tennis was formed by head coach, Martin Richards, in 1997 at the Broadview Tennis Club .  MR Tennis is ready to take anyone and turn them into the next superstar!!!

For more information:

Email: martin@mrtennis.com.au

Website: mrtennis.com.au

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Walkerville Junior Football Club

Walkerville Junior Football Club was established in 1961 and is a successful, welcoming, and well-run club located in Adelaide, South Australia affiliated with SANFL Juniors from season 2017.

For more information:

Contact: Contact Us

Website: wjfc.com.au

 

Saint Monica acknowledges that we are gathered on the traditional country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationships with the land. We acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.