ADF Netball Nationals to hit Wagga Wagga

The Australian Capital Territory will host to the 2019 Australian Defence Force (ADF) Netball Nationals, with the event taking place at the RAAF Base in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. The state competition element will begin this Sunday December 8, with four days of round robin matches between ADF state teams in Ladies, Men’s and […]

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SpaceQuake Sports to stream 2020 Australian Championships

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are pleased to announce SpaceQuake Sports as the live streaming provider for the 2020 Australian Championships in Adelaide. SpaceQuake Sports are a South Australian-based company with extensive netball broadcast experience, in particular Netball South Australia’s Premier League. The 2020 Australian Championships Live Stream Director Michael Hutchinson is […]

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AMMNA Awards 2020 | Adelaide Convention Centre

The South Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (SAMMNA) are pleased to announce the Adelaide Convention Centre as the venue for the 2020 AMMNA Awards The state-of-the-art facility is one of the world’s most flexible and technologically advanced, comprising three distinct yet seamlessly integrated buildings. The centre prides itself on its community consciousness, social responsibility […]

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2020 Australian Championships Umpire Pool nominations

The 2020 Australian Mens & Mixed Netball Championships will be held from Sunday April 12 to Saturday April 18 at St Clair Recreation Centre in Woodville, South Australia. The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are calling for nominations from nationally badged umpires to become a member of the Australian Championships Umpire Pool. National […]

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AusPlay participation data update

Participation of males in netball across Australia has surged according to Sport Australia’s lastest AusPlay data. The July 2017 to June 2018 survey reported approximately 73,000 male participants around the country. The latest survey (capturing data from July 2018 to June 2019), shows an increase of almost 50%, revealing more than 107,500 play the game […]

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Council of Eminent Selectors

Each year the Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) seek nominations for Australian representative coaches, managers and trainers for development and international competitions. For these appointments, a Council of Eminent Selectors has be established, of which a subset will form a panel to assess the nominations. Applicants will be interviewed and assessed, with appointments […]

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Aussie success in New Zealand

Australia’s 17&Under, 20&Under, Mens Reserve and Masters representative teams headed to Wellington for the 2019 NZMMNA (New Zealand Mens and Mixed Netball Association) Mens Nationals last week. The 17&Under and 20&Under teams both competed in the 23&Under division with some strong results, particularly given Australia’s 17&Under side did not win a game at last years’ […]

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Team leaders named for NZ tour

The four Australian representative teams headed for the 2019 NZMMNA Mens Nationals in Wellington have named their leadership groups. Congratulations to all the athletes on their appointments. Teams will depart for New Zealand on Monday September 9. 17 & UnderQuinn Spencer (Captain)Nash Hosking (Vice-captain) 20 & UnderJake Novak (Co-captain)Hadley Dixon (Co-captain) Masters (35 & Over)Shane […]

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Australian teams A.I.S bound

The four Australian representative teams heading to the New Zealand Mens and Mixed Netball Association (NZMMNA) Mens Nationals in September will prepare for the event with a weekend-long training camp at the Australian Institute of Sport (A.I.S) in Canberra. The weekend of August 3 will see the Australian 17 & Under and 20 & Under […]

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AMMNA Awards draws curtain on 2019 Australian Championships

The 2019 AMMNA Awards were held at the Pullman Hotel in Albert Park on Saturday night, following Grand Final Day of the Australian Championships. Hosted by ‘The Voice of Netball’ Sue Gaudion, the night celebrated the 2019 Australian Championship winners, MVPs and umpires and saw the announcement of the Australian touring and non-touring teams. You […]

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