Who is Netball NSW?
From humble beginnings in 1929 when it had only a handful of players, Netball NSW has grown to become one of the largest independent sports organisations in this state.
Currently with over 100,000 members playing and enjoying netball at all levels of performance in cities, suburbs and country towns in all corners of New South Wales, our sport continues to grow both on and off the court as Netball NSW becomes increasingly successful and professional.
Our netball community
Netball NSW also conducts a range of competitions catering for a variety of skills levels and ages including:
History shows that NSW is one of the most successful netballing states in Australia, claiming countless state titles and producing some of the best players in the country.
From their local club team, to association representative teams, from talent squads and Academies of Sport, talented players are also offered pathways to continue their netball pursuits as they strive to represent New South Wales or even Australia.
At the elite end of the player pathway is the NSW Swifts who participate in the ANZ Championship and were the inaugural champions in 2008.
Some of Netball NSW's greatest athletes (L-R): Catherine Cox, Keeley Devery, Liz Ellis, Anne Sargeant OAM