You can become an ADNA member by joining a club or starting a club and playing in the leagues. Clubs are always on the lookout for new players, and ADNA would be very happy to provide assistance with the start up of any new club if they can. You don't even have to be a player - you can volunteer to coach, umpire, be a team manager - any number of things.
If you would like to join a club in any capacity, then a good place to start may wll be to have a look at the 'club contacts' page. There is a list of all the clubs currently in ADNA (both league and recreational), with details of training times and venues. This should give you an idea of the clubs that are close to where you live, or who train at times to suit. The list also gives a list of contact e-mail addresses and websites, so you can get further information from the clubs if you would like it, or simply contact them to see about going along to a training sometime.
If you are new to the area, and don't know where club areas are, then you can always get in touch with ADNA, and we can set out an e-mail for you, to see if anyone is looking for players.
If you are looking to start a new club - fantastic! The more clubs we have in the area the better. If you get in touch we can offer as much advice as we can.