Court image


Last updated 25 May 2021
Court 1Open
Court 2Open
Courts 13 - 20Open


  1. May 2022

    1. Sun 29

      WDNA Rep Carnival

    2. Tue 31

      Umpire Development

    3. Tue 31

      Team Training - ALL AGES

  2. June 2022

    1. Sat 04

      Umpire Appreciation Day

    2. Sat 04

      Day Season - Round 5

Full calendar

Important Umpiring Information

Umpires help keep the game safe, fair, and fun for everyone. As an umpire you will develop personal skills such as communication, resilience, confidence, and leadership.  Join our team.

If you are interested in umpiring in 2022, please complete this online form HERE

At Kenmore Bears Netball Club, we aim to -

Provide umpires with an environment that allows them to feel connected, respected and energised in their role.

Provide coaching and mentoring of umpires by suitably experienced and/or qualified umpires. 

Support umpires by providing and promoting opportunities to increase their knowledge; gain experience and develop their attributes and competencies.

Requirements for umpiring at Kenmore Bears Netball Club -

·        Currently registered with KBNC and/or Western Districts Netball Association (WDNA).

·        Minimum of 12 years of age.

·        Hold a Working with Children Card or Blue Card, if over 18 years of age.  Please contact the Club for assistance.

·        Hold a current and appropriate pass mark in the Rules of Netball Theory Exam.

·        Compliance and endorsement of KBNC and WDNA Codes of Behaviour and Umpire Policies during any activity for the KBNC as an umpire.

KBNC Umpire Policy

KBNC Code of Behaviour Policy

WDNA Umpiring Policy and Guidelines

WDNA Codes of Behaviour

If you are interested in umpiring in 2022, please complete this online form HERE

Fixture Allocations

Western Districts Netball Association (WDNA) requests that all Clubs supply an Umpire for each of their games, except for those in A Grade and A Reserve, for which WDNA provide High-Performance Squad umpires. 

Bears has a weekly Umpiring Roster that is determined by umpire availability. The Umpire Coordinator manages this roster and contacts all umpires in the lead up to Saturday matches. It is an expectation that all umpires confirm their allocated games within 24 hours.  Failure to do so, may result in the allocated game being offered to another umpire. 

Bears is responsible for ensuring each umpire is allocated to matches of suitable standard. Accordingly, please contact the Umpire Coordinator prior to swapping matches with another umpire. 

The current Saturday roster can be found on the Kenmore Bears Netball Club website.

On Match Day

Umpires are to wear a predominantly white shirt and white or black skirt or white or black shorts. Alternatively, an umpire may be in Club Uniform, with a white shirt over the top of the uniform.  Appropriate sports footwear must be always worn. 

It is important you are independent, that is have your own whistle, white shirt, drink bottle, copy of the rules etc.

Please arrive at your allocated court no later than 15 mins prior to commencement of the game (or as soon as possible after the completion of your game should you be umpiring or playing prior).

Note, WDNA may at their discretion swap you on to another game for operational requirements.   

Please advise the Umpire Coordinator if this has occurred

Too sick to umpire?  If you are unable to umpire, as you are sick or injured on Match Day, you must contact the Umpire Coordinator by text, as soon as possible, so a replacement umpire may be found.

Umpire Payments

Umpire payments are made monthly through the season in lump sums. 


·        KBNC Award                                     $10 per game

·        WDNA Award                                   $15 per game

·        National C                                         $20 per game

·        National B                                         $25 per game

·        National A                                         $30 per game

Beginner umpires will be offered a token of $5 per game, after completion of 3 games, in recognition of their commitment to developing as an umpire.

Umpire coaches with a WDNA Award will receive $15 per game, while all National Badges will receive $20 per game.

Umpiring for Other Clubs:

You may be asked to umpire on behalf of another club by the Umpire Coordinator.  In most of these instances, you will be paid in cash, on the day, by the other club.  Should this not occur, please contact the Umpire Coordinator to facilitate your payment.  If you are directly approached to umpire by another club, you may wish to refer them to the Umpire Coordinator for assistance.

Contact Information

For more information, please email