Leeds Rhinos Netball, like the wider Rhinos family, places a huge emphasis on community. By this, we mean our ongoing commitment to providing a range of services that, through sport, will benefit as many people within the community as possible.
Rhinos is Approachable – with an objective to remain inclusive, regardless of status or background, finding a class to suit anybody who wishes to train with us.
Rhinos is Accessible – with classes running as far north as Barnard Castle, down to Auckley in the south, and a number of towns in between, for players aged five years and above.
Rhinos is Attainable – from our entry-level classes through to our Academies, we are defined by our fair and transparent ‘netball for all’ attitude, supporting athletes who are willing to commit to reap the rewards.
To us, it’s so much more than a game. It’s a community.
Mini Netball - for players aged between 5 and 12 years, our age-based classes help those who are brand-new to netball and others already familiar with the game through school to develop the game's basics in a fun, inclusive environment
Hubs Network - for players aged between 11 and 19 years familiar with netball, playing regularly at school or club, and ready to take their netball to the next level with weekly sessions including fitness, skills improvement and advanced game understanding.
Camps - for players who want to continue their training during the school holidays, with a range of age and ability based camps to suit the newest Mini netballer through to the more advanced, performance-bound players.
Masterclasses - an intense training day with performance coaches, including high-end drills, skills and matchplay, designed to help performance-bound athletes improve their game.