At the conclusion of Central Manawa National Netball League re-selection trials that took place on Tuesday, 22 July, the selectors have named the following players for the Central Manawa training squad to compete in the upcoming National Netball League  (NNL) competition to take place in August-September 2020.  

Netball New Zealand and the country’s four Netball Zone chief executives have announced a change to the Netball Centre affiliation fees for 2020.

Throughout your umpiring journey – grassroots to elite – there will be people along the way to help you develop, improve and provide feedback and mentoring.

Umpire Coaches and Assessors are a vital tool for umpires at all levels and are available to assist at Centre, Zone, National and International levels.

For more information on how to become an Umpire Coach-Assessor and the dates of up and coming workshops in the first instance you can contact your local Netball Centre, please find the contacts for each Centre here

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New Zealand’s ANZ Premiership along with Community Netball have been suspended for the foreseeable future whilst the Beko Netball League has been cancelled for 2020.
Netball New Zealand has made the decision to postpone the 2020 ANZ Premiership for two weeks due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Netball New Zealand and the country’s five Netball Zones have made a number of recommendations regarding the approaching Community Netball winter season due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Netball Central’s production line of top-quality whistle blowers continues to flourish with eight of the 14 selected in the 2020 National Umpire Squad coming from the Zone, including newcomer Marly (Marlissa) Howard.

At the conclusion of Central Manawa Beko trials that took place on Saturday 1 February, the selectors have named the following players for the 2020 Central Manawa squad to compete in the Beko Netball League.