THE Tamworth Netball Association (TNA) has been left "cranky" after complimentary hand sanitiser was stolen at Monday night's games.
Three bottles of sanitiser was purchased by TNA ahead of Monday night's games, to help ensure the well being off all players.
However, by night's end, two of the three bottles had been taken from the court areas.
TNA president Bec McKenzie took to social media to voice her disappointment about the incident.
"I write this post feeling very disappointed and more than a little bit cranky," McKenzie's post read."
"TNA provided you all with the opportunity to play your games tonight [Monday] when most other sports cancelled.
"In doing so, we provided you with the best environment we could, including providing hand sanitiser for all three court areas.
"As you would be aware, finding hand sanitiser at this time took a lot of time and effort.
"It was purchased by TNA, not by council
"To find that two of the three hand sanitisers had been stolen by the start of round three left us, as organisers, incredibly disappointed and very cranky.
"It is fair to say I had higher expectations of our netballing community.
"We should be looking out for each other, not stealing and leaving others without."
The incident comes as TNA's plans for the upcoming season were put on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Netball NSW advised Tamworth's Monday and Thursday night competitions will be suspended until at least May 2.
A decision has yet to be made on representative events such as the NSW Netball Championships, the Australian Men's Netball Championships and representative training sessions.