Netball Central the venue for 2018 Australian Championships

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association and Mens Netball New South Wales are pleased to confirm Genea Netball Centre (formally Netball Central) as the venue for the 2018 Australian Championships. The state-of-the-art centre was officially opened in February 2015 and played host to the 2015 Australian Championships – one of the first events at […]

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Bumper 2018 international calendar for AMMNA

The 2018 Australian Mens & Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) international calendar will see eight representative sides compete in three competitions. Two teams, Reserve Mens and Reserve Mixed, will tour Papua New Guinea in late August next year to play matches against the PNG national mens and mixed sides. It will be the first time any […]

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The world’s best to contest 2018 Trans Tasman Cup

The world’s best mens and mixed netballers will descend on Adelaide for the 2018 Trans Tasman Cup next October. On the back of the success of New Zealand’s 20 & Under Mens invitational side at this years Australian Championships, the New Zealand Men’s & Mixed Netball Association (NZMMNA) have confirmed that they will enter a […]

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New Trans Tasman logo unveiled

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) and New Zealand Mens and Mixed Netball Association (NZMMNA) are delighted to unveil a new logo for the Trans Tasman Cup. The logo will be used for the first time for the 2018 Trans Tasman Cup to be held in Adelaide next year. AMMNA’s Marketing Engagement Manager […]

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Australian sides put on good showing in New Zealand

Three Australian representative sides competed a brilliant few days at the 2017 New Zealand Mens Netball Championships in Invercargill. Combined, the three teams won 14 of their 21 games, plus two showcase matches. As per AMMNA’s rules for non-Australian state representative teams at the Australian Championships, the Australian teams were not eligible for finals. North […]

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AMMNA unveil new Australian Championships logo

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) are ushering in a new era for the sport by unveiling a new, permanent Australian Championships logo. Previously, it has been the responsibility of the host state to design the tournament logo each year. However, it was determined by the AMMNA committee that for continuity and progress […]

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Australian teams ready for New Zealand Championships challenge

Three Australian representative teams are on their way to Invercargill for the 2017 New Zealand Mens Netball Championships which start later this week. A total of 19 teams will compete in three Pools. The Australian Mens Reserve will compete in Pool Blue, the 20 & Under side in Pool Green and 17 & Under team in […]

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2017 AMMNA AGM committee announcement

At the AMMNA Committee AGM on Saturday April 15, elections were held for numerous positions. The positions of Vice President, Secretary, International Director and Development & Strategy were filled on two-year terms. The position of Integrity Officer was also filled on a one-year term.   Position Name State President Grant Crocker VIC Vice President Steven McInnes […]

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2017 AMMNA Australian teams announced

In front of 750 attendees at the 2017 Australian Championships Presentation Night at the RACV Royal Pines Grand Ballroom, the AMMNA selectors named those taking part in the three Australian teams heading to the 2017 New Zealand Mens Netball Championships this September in Invercargill. AMMNA congratulates the appointed staff and players selected. You hard work […]

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2017 Australian Championships wrap-up

After seven days of hard-fought netball the 2017 Australian Championships are over. The AMMNA committee thanks the Sunshine State Mens & Mixed Netball Association for hosting a brilliant event, lead by President Carolyn Sweet and Tournament Director Tammy Holcroft. The competition across all seven divisions was fierce, resulting in some of the closest finals results […]

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