After a week of intense speculation, Netball Australia has announced the end of the ANZ Championships and a new broadcast deal for 2017. We'll have all the news and reactions as they unfold.
19 May 2016 - 11:47 AM  UPDATED 20 May 2016 - 11:39 AM
Friday 20 May 2016
Change can be daunting ... just ask Australian netball fans, who have been left with many questions after the game’s 'landmark moment' yesterday. Erin Delahunty shares some of their reservations.
By any measure, Netball Australia’s long-awaited announcement about the future of the game – which includes the end of the trans-Tasman ANZ Championship, a new all-Australian league, with new sides aligned to AFL and NRL clubs to replace it and a...
The three new teams of the revamped netball comp will be aligned with Collingwood, the GWS Giants and Melbourne Storm. Wait, what? Collingwood fan Danielle Croci weighs in.
May 19, 2016 will go into the history books as a huge day for the state of netball, and the wider sporting community, in Australia.Exciting times[node_list uuid="206cb59a-30a6-45b9-a065-cb34acac077f"]In an interesting move, the three preferred...
Thursday 19 May 2016
A new eight team comp with expanded TV coverage is coming next year. Here’s why you should be pumped.
1. Three additional teams will help form a National Netball LeagueIn addition to the existing five teams, three new franchises will join the competition.2. Which means more opportunities for young playersObviously more women will be needed to make...