There was a purple tinge at Narellan Sports Hub on Saturday.
Camden and District Netball Association's home base was decked out in purple for the CDNA's inaugural "Say No To Domestic Violence" round.
CDNA teamed up with the Camden Police Area Command to run the event and make a stand against domestic violence.
It was also a chance to raise funds awareness for the Camden-Wollondilly Domestic Violence Committee. The committee supports women and children experiencing domestic violence in the Camden and Wollondilly areas.
The round generated about $4000 for the committee.
CDNA president Anthony Plater said the day was a great success.
"The goal of the day was to raise awareness," he said.
"We are both humbled and proud of our netball community for their response and support."