Karana Netball Club was founded in 1964 by the late Cleone Probert (Boniwell). Cleone had played with another club before travelling overseas. On her return in 1964 she formed the first Karana team with players from the disbanded Friends Old Scholars team and others.
The name Karana is an aboriginal word meaning “Quietly” or “The Quiet One”.

The first team consisted of herself, Sandra Creese, Betty Parssey, Ruth Marshall, Sandra Moore, Pat Hurd and Gail Salter. Training was held in the gym at Hobart Matriculation College where Cleone taught.
Karana has grown from that small start to one of the largest clubs within the STNA. In 2018 Karana has 29 teams competing in the RACT Insurance League and the Southern Tasmanian Netball Association. Karana has over 260 registered players, coaches, umpires and supporters.
Since the formation of Karana, its club members have taken pride in preserving the values of the founding members and have not changed the club colours from the original red and blue, nor changed the club name. more

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A little birdie has told us that club stalwart

Debbie Carpenter has moved to Victoria today.

We wish you well, you will be missed,
we know your family, friends and club members will look forward to your visits.

Best of luck with your new adventure

Love from

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