Clearly that review above is written by someone that works there. One Netball charges the most for playing netball, around £10 a game per player, hires umpires that are very average, don't know the rules and can be biased. I wouldn't bother playing in a One Netball competition, try one of the other leagues that charges less and has more consistent umpiring.
Everyone at One Netball UK is passionate about social netball and focused on facilitating a well run, organised and fun competition, where players can get involved. Whether you're a first timer or an ex-pro or anything in between; if you're playing with your work, your friends or have registered as an individual - we want you to enjoy your netball experience!
One Netball UK operates seasons the whole year round and also hosts tournaments catering for teams of all levels. We have venues all over London and all venues are selected under strict criteria; taking in the quality of the courts, size, facilities, transport links and proximity to the local drinking hole. Our players come from all over the world with the majority being English, Australian, New Zealanders or South African.
We are looking to the future too - sourcing new venues and starting coaching programs and umpire development schemes.
Established in 2008.
One Netball UK came into conception early 2008 and is the result of the buyout of Social Sports by CNUK, effectively combining London's two biggest social netball competitions. Its director Stacey Barbuto has been managing netball competitions in London for 10 years.
The combination of CNUK and Social Sports has redefined the netball scene in London, with the union combining the best elements of both leagues with the aim of providing players with a premier sporting experience.
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