Rustenburg to Host Spar Netball Championships

Defending Spar National Championships winners, Johannesburg, celebrating after winning the 2022 Spar National Netball Championships finals held at the North West University, Potchefstroom in North West Province. Picture credit: Reg Caldecott

The annual Spar National Championships begin in Rustenburg on 2 October when 1800 players will descend on Hoërskool Rustenburg for a feast of netball, with the Under-21 championships being played alongside the senior tournament.

Cape Town to Host Annual National Netball Champs

Photo 1 Caption: Cape Town will host the annual Spar National Netball Championships from Monday 6 December to Saturday 11 December 2021. Photo: Netball SA (Twitter)

Cape Town will host the annual National Netball Championships where the Senior and Under-21 tournaments will run concurrently, with more than a thousand participants from 6-11 December 2021.

SA Netball Champs Goes IPT to Raise Standard of Play

The SPAR National Netball championships near Margate next week will for the first time be played on an IPT basis, departing from the former regional competition basis, in attempts to improve the standard of play.

Mthethwa and Netball Executive Returned to Office

Mim Mthethwa and most of the Netball South Africa Executive has been returned to office in a vote of confidence, with its focus on launching the Netball Premier League and improving netball structures as new four-year term kicks off

Free State Eliminated from SPAR Champs

The 2012 SPAR National Netball champs saw 2011 silver medallists Free State eliminated at the quarter-finals stage by Kenneth Kaunda in Women’s Day’s biggest upset in Auckland Park

Snowy Netball Champs Forces Youngsters to Adapt

The snowy outdoor netball courts of the University of Johannesburg’s Sports Campus combined with the withdrawal of the SPAR Proteas from competing teams opens up opportunities for youngsters to show their talent

Netball Exco Elected

The Council of Netball South Africa (NSA) showed faith with the existing executive committee (exco) with just one change for the next two-year term, from 2007 to 2009.