We are hosting three ParaNetball championships for deaf players, players with a learning disability and children with special education needs (SEN). The three events, which take place at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre at Nottingham Trent University, will give deaf and disabled people the opportunity to engage in a competitive running team sport.
Officials will be on hand during each competition to educate and guide people through the game and the rules and to inspire them to continue to engage with this wonderful sport.
The winning teams in each three divisions will be presented with a prestigious trophy!
ParaNetball School Championship
The ParaNetball School Championship is tailored to people with SEN and learning disabilities. The inaugural tournament took place on Friday 14 June at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre at the Nottingham Trent University.
North Yorkshire Jets were crowned champions after edging Westcroft School in a closely-fought 4-2 final victory.
2019 Paranetball Results
Gold – North Yorkshire Jets
Silver – Westcroft School
Bronze – Crusaders
ParaNetball Deaf and Club Championships
If you have a hearing impairment, wear a hearing aid or implant you are eligible to enter the inaugural ParaNetball Deaf Championship.
Both these events will take place later this year and we’ll publish event information on this page.