Casey Netball Governance

Casey Netball Association is a body corporate incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 consisting of persons who under, and in accordance with, the provisions of the club’s rules are members of the club.

The business and affairs of the club are overseen and controlled by a board. The board comprises of elected officials and are led by are chairperson. The board nominate a Public Officer.
The Association will be governed with integrity and in a responsible and accountable manner. The baord and management are dedicated in their approach to work continuously to improve strategies and structures in pursuit of excellence.

This will be achieved by continually reviewing our processes to ensure they met our strategic goals and best practice.
The board meets at least 10 times a year for the purposes of overseeing all aspects of the Association’s business plan and objectives.
Additionally, the board reviews the performance of the Association’s management team in consultation with the General Manager, measuring results against the business plan objectives, ensuring compliance with legal requirements and monitoring the strategic risk management plan.

A brief description of the Association’s approach to governance is set out below.

Members’ role

The Association’s rules require that a meeting of members of the Association be held annually. The purpose of the Annual General Meeting is to:

·         Receive reports and audited financial statements from the board in respect of the immediately preceding financial year.

·         Elect members of the board.

·         Consider any other business for which notice has been given in accordance with the rules set out in the Association’s constitution.

·         All (voting) members are advised in the notice of the Annual General Meeting about board retirements and nominations for election or re-election. Members are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting.

Board composition

The composition of the board reflects the broad range of experience, skills and knowledge required to oversee the management and control of the Association’s business and affairs.


To assist in the execution of its responsibilities, the board has established a number of sub-committees to which the chairperson appoints board members.

Sub-committees operate principally in a review or advisory capacity (except where powers are expressly conferred on or delegated to a sub-committee by the board). Sub-committees meet as required either monthly or, in some cases, bi-monthly.