Ashford Mixed Tournament

Ashford Mixed Netball Tournament 2024!

Play Netball hosted our second Mixed Netball Tournament on the 3rd March 2024! Held at Courtside, Ashford, Play Netball invited all of our nearby leagues to enter teams to compete against each other for a fun, social but competitive tournament! 18 teams took part, which was coordinated by Rachel Saunders, with many players desperate to sign up to another mixed tournament straight afterwards!

1st Place


2nd Place


3rd Place

Greenwich Royals


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Sunday 3rd March 2024

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18 Play Netball Teams

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Courtside, Ashford, TN23 5RW

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Umpires Provided

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10am – 4pm

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Men and Women 18+

How Our tournaments Work

Here is a quick rundown of how our mixed tournaments work:

  • There is space for 24 teams to take part. All teams must already be registered to a Play Netball league. The men who are playing for your team do not need to be registered with Play Netball.
  • There is no limit to the number of players assigned to your team but you must start with at least one male player on the court and there can only be a maximum of three male players from your team on the court at one time.
  • There should only be one male player positioned in each third of the court. For example, GS, WA and GK. You cannot have two male shooters or two male defenders in the circle.
  • There will be 4 groups of 6 teams. You will play each team in your group once. Winning teams will then move onto further matches. If you have not succeeded past the group stage, there are opportunities for you to play friendlies with other teams.
  • Team registration is £80. This will need to be paid in advance to confirm your team’s space.
  • You don’t need to provide an umpire or scorer. Teams will need to bring their own bibs.
  • There will be trophies awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.


    I love Play Netball, I had been looking for a friendly social league for a long time and this was it. It’s a great way to get out of the house, keep fit and make friends. I had not played netball since leaving school (18 years to be exact)! But it didn’t take long for me to remember. This is my ‘me time’, as most mums will know ‘me time’ is hard to come by, but for me this is time well spent.

    Rhian Jacob-Moffatt