2018: The Year That Was

2018 has been a huge for the Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association. We’ve seen growth in the quantity of participants and standard across each domestic competition, a record number of teams take part in the Australian Championships in Sydney, plus our biggest international calendar to date – the Australian 17 & Under and 35 […]

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2019 Australian Championships umpire nominations

The 2019 Australian Mens & Mixed Netball Championships will be held from Sunday April 21 to Saturday April 27 at the Casey Stadium in Melbourne. The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are calling for nominations from nationally badged umpires to become a member of the National Pool of Umpires. National B, A or […]

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Four Australian teams heading to 2019 New Zealand Nationals

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association are pleased to announce that four representative teams will take part in the New Zealand Mens & Mixed Netball Association (NZMMNA) Mens Nationals next year. An Australian 17 & Under, 20 & Under, Mens Reserve and Masters (35 & Over) team will make the trip in September at […]

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Australian Sonix, 23s complete Cup sweep

Australia have claimed three of four Trans Tasman Cups in Adelaide, with the Sonix Men and 23 & Under sides doing so in a clean sweep. New Zealand’s 20 & Under team delivered a strong first half and managed to hold on to record 42-35 win to win the series 2-1 and take the Cup […]

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Australia claim Opens, 23 & Under titles

Australia can lay claim to having won at least three of the Trans Tasman Cups for 2018, after both the 23 &Under and Open Mens sides delivered 32 goals victories in Game 2 of both divisions. Dravyn Lee-Tauroa returned for New Zealand, after missing the first 23 & Under test with an ankle injury. Although […]

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Joy and drama in Adelaide

The Trans Tasman Cup for the 20 & Under division will come down to a deciding match on Saturday after Australia clinched a 41-39 victory in another scintillating contest. Both sides tweaked their starting line-ups from the first test, but it was the Aussies who had the better of the opening half with Manawa Aranui […]

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Australia score big wins over rivals

Australia enjoyed a night of big victories on Day 2 of the 2018 Trans Tasman Cup, with a 35-goal win in the 23 & Under division, and later a 45-goal win in the Open Mens. A 10-2 start rattled the young Kiwis early – with seven players in the team are under the age of 20. […]

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Spoils shared on opening night of 2018 Trans Tasman Cup

New Zealand’s 20 & Under team staged a famous come-from-behind victory to open the 2018 Trans Tasman Cup at Priceline Stadium in Adelaide last night. Australia were out of the blocks early – leading by five goals at quarter time and took a handy 27-21 lead at the main break, as Manawa-Zane Aranui and Taylor […]

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Trans Tasman Cup event information

With the 2018 Trans Tasman Cup just a matter of days away, we’ve compiled some important information regarding the event if you’re joining us in Adelaide.   Priceline Stadium 155 Railway Terrace, Mile End Opened in 2001, Priceline Stadium is the home of Netball South Australia and the Adelaide Thunderbirds. The venue features four indoor […]

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Australian teams announce leaders

The Australia Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) is proud to announce the following leadership appointments for the four 2018 Trans Tasman Cup teams. AMMNA congratulates each athlete and wish them success for the upcoming series.   Mens Open Captain               Andrew Simons Vice-captain       Steven Philpot Leader         […]

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