Places are still available in our
2022 Boys Pride Program!
Email email@example.com if you are interested in joining Western Roar's underpinning program which gives young male netball athletes the opportunity to train alongside our premiership winning Men's WANL team.
Western Roar is now taking nominations for Life Membership.
The awarding of Life Membership to Western Roar Netball Club is in recognition of the significant, sustained and lasting contribution to the sport of netball for and in the Club. It is the ultimate accolade the Club can bestow on any member for their contribution to the organisation of Netball in Western Australia.
To view our Life Membership Policy or lodge a nomination please click on button below.
Nominations close Monday 4th February 2022.
The Annual General meeting of Western Roar Netball Club Inc. will held on February 22, 2022
Gold Netball Centre
Emma Putt's amazing year at GIG WANL was topped off at this year's 20 & Under Grand Final when she took out the division's Most Valuable Player Award - congratulations Emma!
CONGRATULATIONS to Western Roar's Stewart Burton for being honoured with the 2020 GIG WANL Men's Grand Final Most Valuable Player Award. Stewart polled all 9 votes on the night...amazing!
Last Friday night both the Western Roar 20 & Under and Men's teams were victorious in their respective GIG WANL Grand Finals! This is an amazing achievement and everyone at the Club is very proud. Well done to all players, coaches and support staff plus a huge thanks to everyone who came down to cheer our teams on!
For the second year in a row, Western Roar's 20 & Under team has finished Minor Premiers and will compete in the 2020 GIG WANL Grand Final! Joining them again this year is our Men's team who staged a massive Pre Lim win. Best of luck to both of our teams - GO ROAR!
For the second year in a row, Western Roar has all three teams competing in the GIG WANL Finals Series. Making us the only club to do this for two consecutive years - Good Luck Teams!
In round 13 of the 2020 GIG WANL Season;
Tess Gee-Cransberg played her 186th League Match making her the most capped player in the history of Perth Bullets/Perth Lions/Western Roar.