The 2017 Samsung State Championships will be hosted by Baulkham Hills Shire Netball Association from Saturday 10 June – Monday 12 June, 2016.
Based on final entries received, should a second venue be required Hawkesbury City Netball Association will co-host the Competition.
|2017 NETBALL NSW STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS|
|7 April 2017||State Championships entries close|
|11 April 2017||Late entries close ($500 late entry fee applies)|
|13 April 2017||Provisional grading released|
|21 April 2017||State Championships appeals close|
|5 June 2017||State Championships fixture released|
|10-12 June 2017|
|State Championships (Baulkham Hills, Hawkesbury City (back-up)|
Entry Form and Information:
DOWNLOAD: State Champs Team Registration Form 2017
DOWNLOAD: State Champs Umpire Nomination Form 2017
DOWNLOAD: State Champs Late Registrations / De-Registration Form 2017
DOWNLOAD: Application for Underage Athletes to Play State Champs 2017
DOWNLOAD: MyNetball How to Guide
DOWNLOAD: Competition Rules
Team Lists: Teams Lists will be published once final grading has been released.
More information: Claire Dale – Competitions Manager, Netball NSW (02) 9951 5005 or [email protected]
What are the State Championships?
Held over the June long weekend annually, the Netball NSW State Championships is three days of competition bringing together elite netballers from across the state, with State Champions in each division crowned at the end of the final day.
The inaugural Netball NSW State Championships was held in 1969 at Moore Park in Sydney with 24 affiliated Associations entered in two age divisions – Opens and Cadets. Manly-Warringah Netball Association took out both divisions in the inaugural year.
Fast forward to 1983 and the State Championships was being contested at the Anne Clark Centre from Saturday 11 to Monday 13 June. That year there were three divisions being contested, with the following Associations named Champions: Open – Randwick; 21/U – Eastwood Ryde; 18/U – Manly-Warringah.
In 2013, the State Championships involved over 1,350 athletes from 133 teams representing 76 Associations from around the State, competing in six age divisions; 17U, 19U, Opens, Masters 35+, Masters 40+ and Masters 45+, across two venues – Baulkham Hills Shire Netball Association and Parramatta Auburn Netball Association.
Want to know more? Read the articles below to get a taste of what the annual Netball NSW State Championships are all about: