Masters State Titles, historically known as the State Championships – Masters, not only has a new title but will also be heading to the Regional NSW city of Tamworth in 2019.

Netball NSW are excited to see our Masters events, BING LEE Masters State Titles along with the Social Masters Competitions played out in the one venue. With both Competitions competing in an O35 and O40 Division, Associations will enjoy the competitive competition to take home the Masters State Title to their Association, while our Social Divisions will enjoy the time together with friends and a little netball.

All will be able to enjoy a Social event on the Saturday night. It’s an opportunity to relax, meet new friends and take in some of the pleasures of a rural city.

2019 Key Dates

24 June Masters State Titles entries open
23 August Masters State Titles entries close
27 August Masters State Titles late entries close (Association rep teams only, $500 late entry fee applies)
30 August Masters State Titles Provisional Grading released
6 September Masters State Titles appeals close
11 October Masters State Titles fixtures released
19-20 October Masters State Titles @ Tamworth Netball Association and Sports Dome


Saturday, 19th – Sunday 20th October 2019

Tamworth Netball Association/Tamworth Sports Dome – 7-9 Jack Smythe Drive, Tamworth NSW 2340


To register teams in the 2019 Masters State Titles, all the steps outlined below must be completed:

Competition entry cost – $298.75 + GST p/team

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Masters State Titles Competition Rules


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Contact Netball NSW Competitions Manager Claire Dale: (02) 9951 5005 or


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From State Championships – Masters to Masters 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.

It was determined the duplication of physical, financial and human resources required to manage 2 separate events, which align with the same elements of the National Player Pathway Framework, is not an effective use of NNSW resources.

It was recommended that the current State Championships – Masters and Social Masters events be combined. The State Masters Titles would be a Competition open to teams representing Associations, as well as a Social Competition open to teams not affiliated with a NSW Association.

Unlike the Senior and Junior State Titles, the smaller size of this event allows for this Competition to be hosted by a NSW Regional Association. There are many growing Associations in Regional NSW with indoor and outdoor Facilities of a standard to host the event.