Men’s netball is an exciting, athletic sport where players require speed, agility and co-ordination to succeed.
Often described as much faster and stronger than women’s netball, men’s netball is an intense, highly-skilled game where only a few intercepts can change the course of a match.
Even though netball is officially classed as a non-contact sport, at Men’s State League level, every ball is hotly contested and play is quite competitive and physical.
Male netballers regularly get the chance to play against elite women competing in the sport including Australian representative players who are among the best in the world.
Some of our men’s State League teams train against State League teams from Netball NSW’s women’s competition, and our State and National Representative teams have trained against women’s state teams and those from the ANZ Trans-Tasman Cup.