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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Selectors sought for international appointments

The Australian Mens and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) have a bumper international calendar in 2018 and early next year will be seeking nominations for Australian representative coaches and managers. All coach and manager candidates will be interviewed and assessed and appointments will be made prior to the 2018 Australian Championships next April. For these appointments, […]

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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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