The four leading netball nations have come together to create a new tournament. Rob Ridley examines the format and the commercial implications of the venture.
England Netball has expanded its domestic Superleague competition to 10 clubs with the launch of three new teams, including one backed by Premiership rugby union club Wasps.
Netball Australia and Netball New Zealand have today (Thursday) confirmed that their ANZ Championship club competition will be scrapped to make way for new domestic leagues supported by fresh broadcast rights deals.
The South African Rugby Union’s (SARU) bid for the 2023 Rugby World Cup was dealt a blow today (Monday) after Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula banned it and three other national federations from hosting and bidding for international events over failings in meeting racial transformation targets in their respective sports.
Sanzea, a new partnership formed by the domestic governing bodies for netball in Australia, England, New Zealand and South Africa, has confirmed the dates and venues for the inaugural edition of its International Super Series national team tournament.
This year’s ANZ Championship, the top tier of domestic netball in Australia and New Zealand, is set to go ahead as scheduled amid reports of a major restructuring of the competition in 2017.
The domestic governing bodies for netball in Australia, England, New Zealand and South Africa have entered into a new partnership with the aim of developing a new national team competition.
The International Netball Federation (INF) has announced that its Fast5 World Series national team event will be held in the Australian city of Melbourne from 2016 to 2018.
The International Netball Federation (INF) has awarded the hosting rights for its 2019 World Cup to the English city of Liverpool.
In 2011, Telstra entered a two year agreement with Netball Australia to reach an estimated 1.2 million netball participants and their families in Australia. A national sponsorship with benefits from grassroots to elite level.
England Netball has submitted a bid to the International Netball Federation (INF) for the city of Liverpool to host the sport’s 2019 World Cup.
The International Netball Federation (INF) has appointed Clare Briegal as its new chief executive.
Hockey New Zealand has named Malcolm Harris chief executive, swapping roles with the body’s CEO Hilary Poole who will join Netball New Zealand.