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Are you a UNSW student and would you like to attend this mammoth event and compete in July?

About Unigames Games

Each year, UNSW students have the opportunity to play intervarsity netball, i.e. represent UNSW at Australian University Sport - called "Unigames" for short.

For popular sports such as netball, there is a qualifying event earlier in the year. The top teams from this event make it through to the Australian games later in the year. 

Since inception, UNSW Netball has missed only one Australian Unigames event.

We generally send 1 womens and 1 mixed team each year, and you do not need to be a top flight player to make it. It is an incredible event, both socially and in sport, and everyone who has been says it is one of the distinct highlights of their university life.

In order to advance to the Australian University Games (AUGs), UNSW must compete at EUGs.

UNSW Netball will be sending both a mixed and a women's netball team to EUGs. This includes:
* Mixed - 5 men, 5 women
* Womens - 10 women

To be able to attend EUGs you must also be:
- enrolled as a student at UNSW in semester 1,
- financial (attendance costs approx TBC), and
- able to play netball well, of course.

TRIALS
TBA.

To attend all you need to do is email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and let us know you're coming and two preferred positions.

The squad will be coached and selected by TBC.

TRAINING
TBC

COSTS
TBC

ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation is yet to be finalised by the University and isn’t payable until just before Uni Games. Over the last few years this has ranged from between $300-$350 for the whole weeks accommodation. Although it isn’t all that cheap, the friends you’ll make at Uni Games is something you can’t really buy. There will also be opportunities for fundraising throughout the Semester.

CONTACT
For further information, contact Sam Elliott, UniGames

Further information will be updated closer to the event date.

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