Key Information

Netball has the highest female participation numbers within Scottish Student Sport! 

BUCS league matches take place on Saturdays, from October to February with knockout Conference Cup and Plate matches throughout the season, which finish up at the SSS Conference Finals in March.

Many Scottish university teams also compete in local association leagues, regional ladders and national competitions.

The annual SSS Netball Championships is hosted towards the end of the season, which gives all netball institutions the opportunity to be crowned SSS Champions regardless of the division they play in.

Our Recreational Tournament offers players in Development or Recreational squads the opportunity to play for fun

We are also seeking opportunities to bring in Men’s and/or Mixed Netball too – please get in touch if you want more information

Sport Chair: Emma Cartmill


Governing body: Netball Scotland

Upcoming Netball Events

You might want to know…

  • Check out the BUCS Netball page here!

  • SSS works closely with Netball Scotland and Sportscotland to deliver introductory umpiring and coaching courses specifically designed for students.

  • A Representative National Squad is selected each year following trials in November, with training and top competitive fixtures part of the calendar. The squad in the 2018-19 season, traveled to the University of Hertfordshire to compete in the first BUCS Netball Home Nations since 2012.

Meet your Sports Chair

Emma Cartmill

I was introduced to Scottish Student Sport at the beginning of my university career at Heriot-Watt in 2015. After graduating four years later with an MA (Hons) in International Business with Spanish and awarded full blues for outstanding performance in Netball, I knew sport would continue to be a huge part of my life.

During my time at university, I was part of the SSS National Netball Squad in 2016 & 2019 and have represented my country with Netball N.I. since 2013, currently training with the N.I. Senior Squad. I have been involved in many volunteering roles such as Sports Union Ambassador and Club Captain at Heriot-Watt Netball Club.

This has led me to join the family at SSS as Netball Chair in 2020, while working as Sports Administrator at Heriot Watt Sports Union. I am truly passionate about the positive impacts of sport and how I believe it has the power to inspire, unite and drive individuals to pursue their goals.

Sports Development Group Members

Emma is supported in her work by the following volunteers:

  • Sarah Gandon
  • Meg Wallace
  • Rosharna Thomas-Grant (Student Representative)

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2017-2018 Results and Archived