Senior State Titles is a flagship event within the NNSW talent pathway. Historically known as the State Championships, in 2019 we see a change to the Competition which will be now known as the Senior State Titles, with the Opens, 17s & 15s contesting the Competition.

2019 KEY DATES

NETBALL NSW SENIOR STATE TITLES
11 February Senior State Titles entries open
12 April Senior State Titles entries close
16 April Senior State Titles late entries close ($500 late entry fee applies)
18 April Senior State Titles provisional grading released
26 April Senior State Titles appeals close
31 May Senior State Titles fixture released
8-10 June

 

Senior State Titles

(Div.1 & 2 – Campbelltown District NA, Div.3 & 4 – Camden and District NA)

 

VENUE INFORMATION

Saturday, 8th June – Monday 10th June 2019

Opens*, 17U, 15U, Division 1 & 2 – Campbelltown Netball Association, Redfern Rd, Minto NSW 2566

Opens, 17U, 15U, Division 3 & 4 – Camden & District Netball Association, 2 Porrende Street, Narellan NSW 2567

*Please be advised that a decision is still been made on the location of  Opens Division 2, a final decision will be communicated in December 2018.

ENTRY INFORMATION

More information to come.

COMPETITION INFORMATION

Senior State Titles Competition Rules

EVENT INFORMATION

More information to come.

TEAM LISTS

More information to come.

MORE INFORMATION

Contact Netball NSW Competitions Claire Dale on (02) 9951 5005 or cdale@netballnsw.com

RESULTS

View Full Fixtures/Results HERE

From State Championships to Senior State Titles – why the change?

In 2018 McLaughlin Sports Consultancy completed a comprehensive Netball NSW Competitions and Events Framework Review.

Evidence was collected and analysed relating to the current relevance, effectiveness and sustainability of the NNSW Competitions, the Events Framework and its delivery.

A significant point of stakeholder concern relating to the effectiveness of the State Age Championships was that, due to the size of the event in recent years, it needed to be hosted at three to four venues simultaneously. This created major logistical and financial issues for Associations and their members.

It was recommended that the format of the State Age Championships be altered, to allow it to be delivered at two large venues (Divisions 1 & 2 at one venue and Divisions 3 & 4 at another). To facilitate this, it was recommended that the State Age Championships include under 12s, 13s and 14s and the State Championships include, Opens, under 17s and under 15s.

With these changes a new event names were put forward, hence the Junior State Titles and Senior State Titles came into being.