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Our weekday competition is for high school aged females (or those turning 18 in the current year) as graded.  Females of any age are eligible to play in Division 1 and female players aged up to 19 yo are eligible to play in Division 2.  


An ungraded open division may be available to females aged 15 years and above, based on members interest and player numbers.

Participants may choose to organise their own team (entity team) with their own coach, team manager and uniform, or play for a club affiliated with LNA.  More information regarding clubs can be found in the Club pages within the website.

The weekday competition is played over two evenings - Thursday and Friday, with the higher divisions generally playing on Friday evenings.  Games are played at Leschenault Leisure Centre, which currently has four indoor courts, but future expansion of the centre will see additional courts added.

LNA takes every effort to keep our playing times reasonable, with three time slots:  5pm, 6:15 & 7:30 as our playing times where possible (dependant on team numbers) on both Thursday and Friday evenings.  

The weekday competition is graded, with the number of divisions dependant on player numbers and skill levels.  Players from all divisions must be available to play on the specified grading days, which may include days outside of the normal playing day.  Grading is performed by the grading committee and usually runs for 2-4 sessions to ensure that grades as as level as possible to allow for an even competition.

Players must be appropriately dressed (please refer to the season Bylaws for further information) and all members and spectators are expected to abide with our code of conduct.

Fixtures normally run from late April/Early May through to late August/Early September (including finals).  

Fixtures and results are available on PlayHQ, once uploaded.  

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