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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Umpire testing approved for mens and mixed netball

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are delighted to share the following news from Netball Australia regarding umpire testing on mens and mixed matches.   “In recent times, we have received a number of queries on whether or not testing for badges may occur on mens and/or mixed netball matches. Netball Australia has […]

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Australia’s pride at New Zealand Mens Nationals

Australia’s 17 & Under and Masters teams contested a jam-packed New Zealand Mens Nationals late last week. With teams playing two games a day, it was a test of endurance for the body and mind. Australia’s 17 & Under side competed in the 23 & Under division and despite losing every match, showed significant improvement […]

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Australian success in first tour of PNG

Australia have capped off a brilliant week in Papua New Guinea, winning both the Mens and Mixed series. The Sir John Guise stadium in Port Moresby was in full voice over the three days of competition, as the two countries battled it out in the inaugural Trans Pacific Cup. The Australian Mens Reserve side made […]

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2019 Australian Championships venue confirmed

The Australian Mens & Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA), in association with the Victorian Mens Netball League (VMNL), are excited to announce Casey Stadium as the venue for the 2019 Australian Championships. Casey Stadium, redeveloped in 2017, is a state-of-the-art indoor sporting venue – one of the most prominent and versatile in Victoria. The centre features […]

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2018 Australian teams announcement

The Australian Mens & Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) is pleased to announce the following players selected for international duty this year. Eight teams will participate across three tours. Congratulations also to our Australian umpires who were appointed following performances at the Australian Championships in Sydney.   Trans Pacific Cup (from August 27 in Papua New […]

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2018 Australian coaching appointments

The Australian Mens & Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) is pleased to announce the following coach and staff appointments for the three international events this year. Umpire appointments will be made after assessment during the 2018 Australian Championships.   Trans Pacific Cup (from August 27 in Papua New Guinea) Mens Reserves Coach: Kim Kiely Manager: Narelle Costelo Mixed […]

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2018 Australian Championships umpire pool

Umpires are an integral part of netball. They are essential to the progress and success of the sport. Part of the Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association’s Strategic Plan 2017-2021 is to strive for “continuous improvement to the National Umpires Pool, allowing new talent and development opportunities for umpires.” To that end, AMMNA are pleased […]

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Australian Championships event information

With the 2018 Australian Championships right around the corner, we’ve compiled vital information regarding transport to Genea Netball Centre, plus parking and further details about the venue.   Genea Netball Centre There are no ATMs on site, but one is located next door at the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre. There is also access to […]

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NZMMNA announce Trans Tasman selections

New Zealand Mens and Mixed Netball Association have selected their 20 & Under and 23 & Under squads for the 2018 Trans Tasman Cup. A final team of 12 will be selected next year, plus two non-travelling reserves. The Open Mens team has been named. The 23 & Under coach will be announced in due […]

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