Warkworth Twilight Netball is returning for a second season and will kick off at the Warkworth Showgrounds on October 24.
The competition will go for nine weeks until December 19 and will have a capacity of 16 teams.
Warkworth Netball Club president Pania Beazley-Searle says the format will be much the same as last year, but with shorter games and more prize money.
“The main feedback we had from the last competition was that the 40-minute games were too long.
We’ve shortened them to 24-minutes this year,” Beazley-Searle says.
“The prize money for first place in both grades has been raised to $150, and we will give out spot prizes each week.”
The two grades available this summer are social and competitive, with a minimum age of 13 in both.
“We would like to host a junior grade, but don’t have the committee support for that at this stage, so will hopefully include one in future.”
The cost to play is $200 per team, or $150 if your team provides an umpire for the whole competition.
You can enter as an individual to be placed in a team. Registration forms can be found at warkworthnetballclub.com