Eagles Netball Club is one of the top junior netball clubs in the country. We compete in local, regional and national competitions across all age groups, ranging from Under 9's to Seniors.

Head coach Maria D'amaro and her coaching team will provide your daughter with all the necessary support to gain whatever she wants from netball; whether it's to improve her fitness, play competitive netball at Regional level or have the opportunity to trial at Satellite, County, Super League or National level.  

Maria is very proud to have had the pleasure of coaching and playing a significant part in the development of the following elite Eagles players.


The club are equally very proud to have achieved our England Netball Silver CAPS accreditation and we're currently working hard towards our gold status.  This award represents a duty of care and commitment to development of players, coaches and umpires. 

Eagles welcomes new players, please contact us to get more information about joining Eagles Netball Club.  We look forward to seeing you on court.  

There are times where you just have to tip your hat to the opposition and say that they are better than you. They are an exceptionally good team and probably a cut above the rest of the league. We have to be realistic because all of their team are either involved in England youth teams of some description or are affiliated with Super League teams.
— Panthers joint-coach James Robert

Eagles Netball Club confirmed its position as one of the top junior netball clubs in the country after two of its teams were crowned undefeated south regional champions.

The title successes mean both the under-14s and under-16s have earned places at the prestigious England National Club Finals which features the best 18 clubs in England.

The Maidenhead based club saw its teams romp to unbeaten seasons in the south region league, beating sides from Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire and Sussex. 

Eagles U14 Squad - 2016/2017

Most of the girls are Berkshire County players and many have come through the ranks of Eagles having joined aged seven or eight. Some have progressed to regional standard and the under-16s captain is a member of the England National Academy

Head coach Maria D’Amaro said she was proud that Maidenhead was home to some of the best young netball talent in the country.

“All the players at the club – from the seven-year-olds to seniors – have worked incredibly hard this season," she said.

"For our two teams to qualify for nationals is a huge achievement for a small club coached and organised completely by volunteers."

“Hundreds of clubs started on the road to nationals in September and to be in the finals shows the quality of our play."

"These girls work really hard at elite performance levels but they are also great friends who work for each other."

She added: "The finals will be another step up and the biggest challenge they have faced but we are looking forward to competing against the best in the country.”

"The future looks really bright for quality netball in Maidenhead when we are able to develop quality coaches as well as players.”

The under-16s will head to their finals in Redbridge, Essex at the end of April, while the under-14s will be going to Birmingham in May.

Eagles U16 Finalists - 2016/2017

Eagles Netball Club u16s flew off with a silver medal at the National Netball Club Championships at the weekend.

The Maidenhead team, who qualified for the finals as undefeated South Region League champions alongside Weston Park Blades, made it to the final before being pipped by Tameside after extra-time.

The girls team, captained by Suzie Liverseidge, won both of their group matches to go through to the knock-out rounds where strong opposition in Bury and Tunford were dispatched.

Despite the side’s relative young age – the team included four u14s players – they competed well in the final against Tameside, and led for much of the contest, before being reeled in to 26-26 before the end and losing the match in extra-time.

The Eagles were one of 18 clubs from across England to qualify for the national finals which were held in Essex last weekend.

Head coach Maria D’Amaro, said: “We would like to express our pride and gratitude to the girls who were fantastic ambassadors for Eagles and netball in general."

“They worked so hard to prepare and it paid off."

“Silver medal winners, second in the country! Well done girls, you’ve done yourselves, your families, Eagles and netball in general proud.”

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