Netball is part of the fabric of Kimba Districts

Winners are grinners: In 2010 both the A-grade football team and the A-grade netball team won the premiership. Not all players are pictured. Photo: Supplied.
Winners are grinners: In 2010 both the A-grade football team and the A-grade netball team won the premiership. Not all players are pictured. Photo: Supplied.

According to Kimba Netball Club president, Shenae Mayfield, the committee members, players and coaches at KDFNC love celebrations and that's why they have all been looking forward to the club's 30th anniversary.

"This one gives us a really good opportunity to reflect on the successes we've had as Kimba Districts over the past 30 years, and acknowledge the past players, officials and supporters who have worked hard to make our club strong and successful."

"We invite all past netball committee members, netball players and coaches to return to the club next weekend to watch as we take on Cowell in Kimba."

Photos and memorabilia from the past 30 years will be on display in the clubrooms, providing a talking point for returning patrons who can enjoy some drinks and nibbles while senior netball is being played.

Some commemorative football guernseys will be auctioned off on the night.

The Netball Club is a sub-committee of the KDFNC, a result of the amalgamation of the Buckleboo, Kelly and Kimba Clubs in 1989, which joined the County Jervois League to form the Eastern Eyre League.

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"We have been fortunate to have experienced numerous premiership successes across our junior and senior netball grades since the amalgamation, which are always a cause for celebration and help to create a strong sense of pride and competitiveness in our club," Shenae said.

"A huge success story was the building of our new clubrooms in 2011, which was the result of many months of volunteer work and so it was a wonderful reward when it opened."

"Our football and netball clubs not only provide an opportunity for people to play sport, but they are also central to the social fabric of our community."

"We love to see people get involved in playing or other activities around the club, it's a great way to meet new people and socialise with others in the community."

"Going forward into the next 30 years, I'd like to see Kimba continue to be a club that people want to work and play for."

"I'd like to see us continue to seek opportunities to develop our young players so we encourage more success for them."