Nominations for vacant positions

Following our AGM on 16t May 2020, the new executive is seeking your assistance in calling for nominations for the following vacant positions. Executive: Integrity Officer Strategic and Competition Development Officer Operational Marketing Officer Historian Relevant position descriptions are available upon request.  All applications can be sent directly to the AMMNA committee (admin@ammna.com.au) with a current […]

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AMMNA hold 2020 Annual General Meeting

The Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) held its 2020 Annual General Meeting on Saturday May 16. The positions of President, Domestic Director and Umpire Director were filled on two-year terms. The Secretary position was filled on a one-year term. The Strategy and Competition Development, Integrity Officer, Marketing and Communications and Historian positions will […]

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AusPlay participation survey data update

Sport Australia’s lastest AusPlay data has revealed an overall increase in male participation in netball. Captured from January 2019 to December 2019, the data shows approximately 88,600 males over the age of 15 (adults) participated in the sport at least once across the 12-month period. This equates to 11% of adult netball participants. A total […]

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Men’s and Mixed Netball World Cup postponed

The Men’s and Mixed Netball World Cup Committee and Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) regret to advise that the Men’s and Mixed Netball World Cup has been postponed due to the risks associated with COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The Men’s and Mixed Netball World Cup was to take place this October in Perth, Western Australia. […]

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2020 Australian Championships have been cancelled

The Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) and South Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (SAMMNA) regret to advise that the 2020 Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Championships has been cancelled due to the risks associated with COVID-19 (Coronavirus). After extensive consultation by the AMMNA Executive and state members, SAMMNA have been afforded the […]

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National Umpire Pool in the GAME

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are proud to announce GAME Clothing as the uniform provider for the 2020 Australian Championships National Umpire Pool. GAME Clothing are a family-owned company producing Australian-made sportswear and have created high quality products for over 25 years. GAME Clothing have also been great supporters of AMMNA and […]

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2020 Australian Championships National Umpire Pool

The Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are pleased to announce the National Umpire Pool that will officiate the 2020 Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Championships in South Australia. In all, 46 umpires from seven states around Australia are represented in the Pool, and one from New Zealand. Sixteen of the officials will take […]

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Sponsor Opportunities

The Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are the governing body of men’s and mixed netball in Australia. AMMNA operates as a volunteer-run, not-for-profit and receives no local, state or federal funding. Participation in the Australian Championships and national teams is purely via a user-pay system. That’s why sponsorship is crucial to an organisation […]

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Comet Netball sign multi-year deal

The Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are proud to announce Comet Netball as the official netball supplier to the organisation for the next two years. Comet Netball are a Melbourne-based company who have been manufacturing high-quality netballs for over 15 years. The agreement will see Comet supply netballs for the 2020 and 2021 […]

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Team record for Australian Championships

The Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are delighted to confirm a record number of teams will compete at the 2020 Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Championships in South Australia this April. On the back of consecutive years of 42 teams competing, the total will hit 47 this year. 2020 Australian Championship hosts South […]

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