The 2015 Netball NSW Championships were held from Saturday 6 to Monday 8 June, 2015 at Illawarra District Netball Association.

Just over 1,200 matches were played and more than 40,000 goals scored across the long weekend, with bright blue skies greeting thousands of visitors from all corners of the State..

Congratulations to the following winners, including Gosford Netball Association who claimed the Pat Weston OAM Country Championship trophy after finishing the highest ranked regional team in the Open Championship division.

Open Championship
Winner: Manly Warringah
Runners-Up: Randwick

Open Division Two
Winner: Westlakes
Runners-Up: Hastings Valley

21/U Championship
Winner: Charlestown
Runners-Up: Newcastle

17/U Championship
Winner: Ku-ring-gai
Runners-Up: Liverpool City

17/U Division Two
Winner: Wagga Wagga
Runners-Up: Lakeside

17/U Division Three
Winner: Coffs Harbour
Runners-Up: Maitland

Masters Divisions
Over 35
Winner: Manly Warringah
Runners-Up: Baulkham Hills

Over 40
Winner: Manly Warringah
Runners-Up: Penrith

Over 45
Winner: Hills District
Runners-Up: Wyong District

The 2015 Netball NSW State Championships will be held from . The event will be hosted by Illawarra District Netball Association.

Netball NSW would like to thank our Major Partners of the 2015 State Championships; The Athlete’s Foot, The Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE), BBX and Coast2Coast.

2015 State Championships Tent Booking Form
2015 State Championships Entry Form
2015 State Championships Team Registration Form

2015 State Championship Final Grading:
Please click here to view 2015 Final Grading

2015 State Championships – Timings:

Matches will consist of 2 x 13 minute halves; 1 minute half time break and 2 minutes between rounds.

Illawarra – All Age Divisions
First game of each day:
Saturday 6 June: 9:15am
Sunday 7 June: 8:30am
Monday 8 June: 8:30am
Teams will be called to assemble for the Parade of Districts at 7:30am, with the Parade commencing at 7:45am. The Opening Ceremony will follow the Parade of Districts, and all teams are required to remain assembled until the Opening Ceremony has concluded. Team mangers and Association representatives are required to remain after the Opening Ceremony for a Team Managers Meeting. Teams are then able to warm up on court after the completion of the Parade of Districts and Opening Ceremony.

2015 Important dates:

10 April – Netball NSW State Championships entries close
14 April – Netball NSW State Championships late entries close ($500 late entry fee applies)
16 April – Netball NSW State Championships provisional grading released
24 April – Netball NSW State Championships appeals close
1 June – Netball NSW State Championships fixture released

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>Frequently Asked Questions
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>Items Permitted Courtside
>Players Village Map – Illawarra
>Anti Doping Policy
>Parking/Traffic Management – Illawarra
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>Score Sheet

2015 17U Championship
2015 17U Division 2
2015 17U Division 3
2015 21U Championship
2015 Open Championship
2015 Open Division 2
2015 Over 35s Championship
2015 Over 40s Championship
2015 Over 45s Championship

Further details to be added to this page when they become available.

Netball NSW would like to thank our Major Partners of the 2015 State Championships; TheAthlete’s Foot, The Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE), BBX and Coast2Coast.

What is 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:

12/06/13: Orange crowned 2013 Country Champs
10/06/13: 2013 State Champions crowned
09/06/13: State Championships Day Two wrap
08/06/13: Day One wraps at State Championships
08/06/13: State Champs kicks off at Baulkham Hills and Parramatta Auburn
03/06/13: State Champs just around the corner

Click here for more State Championships articles

State Championships enquiries?
Please direct all State Championships enquiries to Netball NSW on (02) 9951 5000.