The new look Mount Isa Ametaur Netball Committee of 2018 is ready for another big season.
Newly elected president Wai Emery said there are some old faces from the previous year but new faces as well.
“We have the best of both worlds with a stable committee, some of which have been playing netball for a very long time,” Ms Emery said.
“I’ve been playing netball for just over six years but I am new to the role of president.”
The committee members for 2018 are Julie Hutchinson as vice president.
Barbara Baker was elected as the registrar and Hayley Drewe is assistant registrar and assistant games convenor.
Ereka Bexfield is the treasurer and the assistant treasurer is Lenore Krutzfeldt.
The representative coordinator is Pania Osborne.
Sabrina Gasio is the newly elected publicity officer and Nikki Barlow was elected as secretary.
The games convenor is Andrea Smith and Bronwyn Pirihi is the grants officer.
Nikki Dalla Vecchia is now the coaching coordinator.
Ms Emery said the committee oversee the running of the memberships which is well over 500 at the moment.
On Saturday, the Waitangi day game was a success, with many players, newbies and spectators attending.
“It was great to see such a turn out of people for the Waitangi Day match even though it heated up pretty early.”
Spectators were treated to a showdown when both teams fought like champions.
The teams drew in an action-packed first quarter.
New Zealand took the lead in the second quarter by two points but by the third quarter the two teams were drawn again.
The last quarter saw New Zealand amp up the pace and blow the World out of the court with a victorious 27-17 win.