The Club was then known as 'The Grange Methodist Women's Basketball Club' - with ONE team. Miss Margaret McCullouch was Secretary.

By 1970 the name was changed to the 'Grange Methodist Netball Club' when the name netball was brought in Australia wide. Lorna Godfrey was Secretary with 8 teams in the club. The uniform was a black tunic with white shirt. Players also wore long white socks with black Volleys (no ASICS back then!).

Lorna Godfrey was Secretary from 1970 - 1975. Taking over from Lorna was Miss Helen Plush (now Helen Surplice). Helen was secretary from 1970 - 1972.

Click here to view a youtube video of an interview with Lorna Godfrey, taken at our club presentation night in 2015.

1977 the uniform changed to the black wrap skirt with blue and white trim and blue t-shirt with black trim around the collar and sleeves.

1978 the name changed to the Grange Uniting Netball Club.

1980 Miss Barbara Dodd became Secretary; in 1982 she married George Morgan. Barbara was secretary until 1983.

1984 the Club updated the uniforms to black pleated skirts and blue polo shirts.

1985 Barbara Morgan returned as Secretary - holding that position for 15 years until 2000.

1987 the Club merged with other Church teams and became the Henley Uniting Parish Netball Club. We changed uniforms to the grey pleated skirt and pink polo shirts. We entered the first male team.

2000 the name reverted back to the Grange Uniting Netball Club and the A line grey and maroon dress became out uniform.

2004 the grey skirt and maroon shirt were introduced.

2007 the maroon and silver body suit became our uniform for older girls, aged 11 upwards.

2014 the Club celebrated 60 years. The "A line' pink/burgundy/silver dress was introduced for all age groups to wear. There were 22 winter teams registered. George Morgan was awarded the 'Golden Whistle' for 40 years of umpiring with the Club.

2017 the club was able to resurface the courts at Beech Street, thanks to the hard work of our members and the assistance of our valuable partners.

2018 the club introduced Life Membership to acknowledge those volunteers who have made significant contributions to the club over at least 20 years.