After 86 years of being purely a cricket club, Sandy Creek expanded to netball by nominating a team in the Gawler and Districts Netball Association for the 2018 Winter season.

Check back here for updates. All fixtures and results are available via the Association's Sandy Creek Netball Club website.

Sandy Creek opens its doors to all

Originally published in The Bunyip on 23rd September 2020, by Liam Phillips. Link to original article is: THE Sandy Creek Netball Club is now running a modified – or ‘modies’ – program to teach the game to the next generation, including children with disabilities. The club has grown from one team in 2018, to

Netball Premiers – A1 ENA Carnival

The Sandy Creek Netball Team expanded its wings to test itself against some different and challenging opposition. The girls took up the challenge and remain undefeated in season 2018. They won 5 minor round games, semi and grand final. Their resilience, courage and true Cocky spirit were on show for everyone to see. They continue

Sandy Creek Netball off to a flying start

Written by Jack Hudson for The Bunyip newspaper, May 16 2018. Despite being in its infancy, Sandy Creek Netball Club has taken the Gawler & District Netball Association by storm in its debut season and currently sits undefeated atop the A-Grade ladder. The Cockatoos have dominated, beating Xavier Saints by 36 goals in their inaugural

Sandy Creek Netballers make history!

Congratulations to the Sandy Creek Netball Club on their first game and came away with a win. In very warm conditions, the girls led from the very first minute until the end running out 63-27 winners. Incredible performance and looking forward to the rest of the season. Big thanks to our sponsors, Kurt Roberts and

Launch of Sandy Creek Netball!

The inaugural Sandy Creek Netball Club is official! After 86 years of solely being a cricket club, Sandy Creek has expanded to throw its balls in the ring. The netball ring that is. Please come and witness a piece of history as the netball girls take to the courts as Cockatoos, for the very first