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AUSTRALIAN NETBALL LEAGUE 2009

2009 NEW IDEA AUSTRALIAN NETBALL LEAGUE

COMPETITION LADDER

  Played Won Lost Points
Victorian Fury 10 9 0 19
AIS 10 9 1 18
Queensland Fusion 10 7 3 14
Netball NSW Waratahs 10 6 4 12
Netball NSW Blues 10 6 4 12
South Australia 10 5 5 10
Western Australia 10 5 5 10
Territory Storm 10 3 7 6
Canberra Darters 10 3 7 6
Tasmania 10 1 9 2
Singapore 10 0 9 1

Please click on individual results for full match report.

Round 1

24/07/09 2.00pm AIS v Netball NSW Waratahs 52-45 Frank Stewart Training Hall, Canberra ACT
25/07/09 2.00pm AIS v Netball NSW Blues 46-43 Frank Stewart Training Hall, Canberra ACT

Round 2

29/07/09 6.30pm AIS v Singapore 86-17 Brisbane State High School, QLD
31/07/09 7.00pm Queensland Fusion v Singapore 75-22 Cornubia Park Sports Centre, QLD
01/08/09 4.00pm Singapore v South Australia 24-79 Cornubia Park Sports Centre, QLD
01/08/09 6.00pm Queensland Fusion v Tasmania 54-28 Cornubia Park Sports Centre, QLD
02/08/09 10.00am Singapore v Tasmania 21-58 Cornubia Park Sports Centre, QLD
02/08/09 12.00pm Queensland Fusion v South Australia 51-49 Cornubia Park Sports Centre, QLD
31/07/09 8.00pm Territory Storm v Canberra Darters 52-49 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW
01/08/09 6.45pm AIS v Western Australia 58-42 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW
01/08/09 8.30pm Netball NSW Blues v Territory Storm 58-44 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW
02/08/09 12.00pm AIS v Territory Storm 59-47 Sutherland Netball Association Centre, NSW
02/08/09 2.00pm Netball NSW Blues v Western Australia 60-45 Sutherland Netball Association Centre, NSW

Round 3

04/08/09 7.00pm Netball NSW Waratahs v Singapore 75-29 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW
07/08/09 7.00pm Canberra Darters v Singapore 68-33 AIS Arena, Canberra ACT
09/08/09 12.00pm Netball NSW Blues v Singapore 85-14 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW
07/08/09 7.30pm South Australia v Territory Storm 57-51 Waverley Netball Centre, VIC
08/08/09 6.30pm Western Australia v South Australia 47-54 Waverley Netball Centre, VIC
08/08/09 8.15pm Victorian Fury v Territory Storm 59-45 Waverley Netball Centre, VIC
09/08/09 1.00pm Victorian Fury v South Australia 56-45 Waverley Netball Centre, VIC
09/08/09 3.00pm Territory Storm v Netball NSW Waratahs 53-54 Waverley Netball Centre, VIC
09/08/09 3.00pm Tasmania v Western Australia 36-65 Waverley Netball Centre, VIC

Round 4

14/08/09 6.00pm Netball NSW Blues v Netball NSW Waratahs 47-55 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW
15/08/09 5.00pm Queensland Fusion v Canberra Darters 54-43 Marrara Indoor Stadium, NT
15/08/09 7.15pm Territory Storm v Tasmania 52-38 Marrara Indoor Stadium, NT
16/08/09 10.00am Canberra Darters v Tasmania 53-31 Marrara Indoor Stadium, NT
16/08/09 12.00pm Territory Storm v Queensland Fusion 48-54 Marrara Indoor Stadium, NT
15/08/09 6.45pm Netball NSW Blues v Victorian Fury 46-58 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW
16/08/09 12.30pm Netball NSW Waratahs v Victorian Fury 45-57 Anne Clark Centre, Sydney NSW

Round 5

21/08/09 7.30pm Singapore v Western Australia 29-78 Toa Payoh Sports Hall, Singapore
22/08/09 Postponed Singapore v Victorian Fury - Toa Payoh Sports Hall, Singapore
22/08/09 6.00pm Western Australia v Territory Storm 51-49 Toa Payoh Sports Hall, Singapore
23/08/09 1.00pm Victorian Fury v Western Australia 61-48 Toa Payoh Sports Hall, Singapore
23/08/09 3.00pm Singapore v Territory Storm 30-65 Toa Payoh Sports Hall, Singapore
21/08/09 7.00pm South Australia v Netball NSW Blues 67-51 ETSA Park, Adelaide SA
22/08/09 2.00pm South Australia v Canberra Darters 58-43 ETSA Park, Adelaide SA
22/08/09 3.30pm Netball NSW Waratahs v Tasmania 57-39 ETSA Park, Adelaide SA
23/08/09 10.30am Tasmania v Netball NSW Blues 40-59 ETSA Park, Adelaide SA
23/08/09 12.00pm South Australia v Netball NSW Waratahs 37-53 ETSA Park, Adelaide SA

Round 6

28/08/09 5.00pm Queensland Fusion v Netball NSW Blues 60-49 AIS Arena, Canberra ACT
28/08/09 7.00pm AIS v Canberra Darters 51-46 AIS Arena, Canberra ACT
29/08/09 5.00pm Canberra Darters v Victorian Fury 40-66 Frank Stewart Training Hall, Canberra ACT
29/08/09 6.30pm AIS v Queensland Fusion 41-38 Frank Stewart Training Hall, Canberra ACT
30/08/09 1.30pm Queensland Fusion v Victorian Fury 48-52 AIS Arena, Canberra ACT
30/08/09 3.30pm Canberra Darters v Netball NSW Blues 38-67 AIS Arena, Canberra ACT

Round 7

04/09/09 6.30pm Western Australia v Netball NSW Waratahs 57-53 Arena Joondalup, WA
05/09/09 4.30pm Queensland Fusion v Netball NSW Waratahs 49-58 Arena Joondalup, WA
05/09/09 6.30pm Western Australia v Canberra Darters 57-47 Arena Joondalup, WA
06/09/09 9.30am Canberra Darters v Netball NSW Waratahs 47-46 Arena Joondalup, WA
06/09/09 11.30am Western Australia v Queensland Fusion 48-54 Arena Joondalup, WA
04/09/09 7.30pm Tasmania v AIS 27-55 Aurora Sports Stadium, Hobart, TAS
05/09/09 4.30pm Tasmania v South Australia 32-43 Aurora Sports Stadium, Hobart, TAS
05/09/09 6.30pm Victorian Fury v AIS 54-41 Aurora Sports Stadium, Hobart, TAS
06/09/09 11.00am AIS v South Australia 47-42 Aurora Sports Stadium, Hobart, TAS
06/09/09 1.00pm Tasmania v Victorian Fury 23-62 Aurora Sports Stadium, Hobart, TAS

Elimination Round

Semi 1
12/09/09 3.30pm Victorian Fury v South Australia 50-41 Cornubia Park Sports Centre, QLD
Semi 2
12/09/09 5.00pm AIS v Queensland Fusion 46-44 Cornubia Park Sports Centre, QLD
Semi 1
13/09/09 12.45pm Victorian Fury v AIS 46-32 BCEC, Brisbane QLD

*All information obtained from www.netball.asn.au
Please click on individual results for full match report.


Singapore to be part of the ANL!

The New Idea Australian Netball league (ANL) returns for its second year on July 24 and this year the competition has an international twist.

In 2009, Australia’s up and coming stars will be joined by Singapore, with the Asian nation the 11th team in the league. Singapore’s inclusion comes as a result of a long-standing relationship between Netball Australia and Netball Singapore with teams, coaches and umpires visiting from both countries on a regular basis.

Singapore’s involvement also gives ANL teams the opportunity to compete internationally and play and coach against a different style of netball. Teams that travel to Singapore will experience a different netball culture with different crowds, customs and the rigours of international travel. Matches in Singapore offer emerging athletes a unique experience that will be a significant factor in their netball growth and development.

Kate Palmer, Netball Australia Chief Executive, is thrilled with Singapore’s inclusion.

“Netball Australia is very excited that Netball Singapore is participating in the ANL. It is a wonderful opportunity for Australian and Singapore athletes to test their skills against international competition and is great preparation for the Australian athletes who are aiming to play in the ANZ Championship. It will also expose Singaporean athletes to the Australian ANZ Championship coaches who are always on the lookout for talented athletes," Palmer said.

Tan Wee Khim, President of Netball Singapore, also welcomes this bi-nation partnership.

Tan said, “It is great for the development of our Singapore athletes to be able to compete in Australia, one of the world’s top netball nations. The ANL gives Singapore the chance to compete at a higher level and against the stronger and more physical Australian opponents.This marks a new chapter in the development of netball in Singapore as we prepare to host the World Netball Championships in 2011. We appreciate Netball Australia’s openness and willingness to include Singapore in the ANL.We also look forward to welcoming the Australian athletes to Singapore in August for the Singapore leg of the competition.”

The New Idea ANL is a key ingredient in the sport’s development, providing a platform for the country’s emerging talent to test their skills and push for further representative honours. The teams will compete for the national title over seven weekends, culminating in the Finals Series from September 12-13.