Contact Us
P&F Association

GSLC Netball Academy


The Good Shepherd Lutheran College Netball Academy provides a high quality netball program in a safe and caring environment.

Aims Of The Program
• To provide opportunities for individual growth through sport
• To provide a supportive environment for young athletes to develop
• To develop individual technique through quality coaching
• To provide opportunities for students to enter competitive netball locally and further a-field
• To foster friendships, community involvement and team spirit under the banner of sport

Good Shepherd Lutheran College has two outdoor hard courts. These flexi pave courts, situated in the Primary School area, provide a safe, modern surface for netball trainings and competitions. The Secondary Section has two outdoor hard courts.
In addition our Health and Physical Education Centre includes an indoor netball court featuring a cushioned playing surface and electronic scoreboard. This facility enables both Primary and Secondary teams to train and play in all weather conditions.

Good Shepherd Netball Club
Good Shepherd Netball Club enters school-based teams into the local Noosa District netball competition which caters for a wide range of ages and abilities.

Our College enters teams in the Primary Saturday morning competition which comprises
Net-Set-Go and Netta Programs for the youngest non-competitive players and competition fixtures for the U10, U11 and U12/U13 age groups.

At Secondary level, we also enter school-based teams in the Monday and Thursday night senior competition and girls compete in teams graded on their playing ability.The Vicky Wilson squad play in the Sunshine Coast Schools Netball competition that runs on Monday evenings at Fisherman's Road in semester one.

Costs for this competition are based on the Noosa Netball fee structure and are approximately $200 per player per season including hire of netball dress.

From these competitions, Noosa Netball selects talented players as members of their Noosa Representative Squad who are then eligible to compete at a State level. Good Shepherd has a history of producing outstanding netballers who have excelled in their chosen sport and have been selected in State League teams and also into the Queensland Firebirds teams.

Good Shepherd Netball Academy Program
The Head Coach of the GSLC Netball Academy is Jacqui Delaney. Jacqui was a member of the Australian Netball team from 1997-2002. In 2002 she was a member of the Gold Medal Commonwealth Games Team and also part of the World Championship Team in 1999. Jacqui was awarded Australian Netballer of the Year twice, in 1999 and 2001.
Jacqui has been a guest coach at the South Australian Institute of Sport, NSW Institute of Sport and for the Adelaide Thunderbirds.
As a player and a coach of the game, her philosophy is simple-to keep talented netballers involved in the sport by providing an environment which fosters guidance and improvement

Good Shepherd Netball Academy is a program of netball excellence. Players from both Primary and Secondary sections of the College are eligible to enrol in the Netball Academy squad training sessions which are held from 6.30am to 8am on Fridays for girls in Years 6,7,8 and 9 and 6.30am to 8.00am on Thursdays for Senior girls and Vicki Wilson Squad .
Expert coaching from Jacqui Delaney is provided for the girls and encompasses the following

• healthy lifestyle choices
• advanced netball skills and drills
• player development
• rules and umpiring
• tactics and teamwork
• fitness and endurance
• commitment and team spirit


Sunshine Coast Secondary Schools Competition Monday Night- Maroochydore
The is the highest schools based competition on the Sunshine Coast. Most schools from the region participate in this regular season fixture which runs from Term 1 and concludes in Term 2.
Vicki Wilson Cup
This is open to the senior school players. A team is selected to participate in a 1 day carnival involving local regional schools. Players who would like to participate in the Vicki Wilson Cup are encouraged to nominate themselves for the GSLC Senior team which competes at the above competition.
Primary Schools Cup
A team is selected to participate in a weekend carnival. From the carnival the best primary school team is decided.
We took a team of 9 girls to the 2014 Mission Foods Primary School cup at Palm Beach coached by Jacqui Delaney.
Our 2014 team went through their pool undefeated putting them through to the final where they were unsuccessful. A fantastic effort by all the girls.

Queensland Independent Secondary Schools Netball Carnival takes place annually with over 60 teams competing.
2018 our selected team will be travelling to Townsville during the July school holidays.

   Student Resources       Staff Login       Privacy Policy