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Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022

Australia took back their title as Commonwealth Games Champions in the exhilarating final by beating Jamaica 55-51. New Zealand were pleased to finish with bronze medals, after beating defending champions, England into fourth place. The Uganda She Cranes finished fifth with a win over South Africa. Malawi finished seventh, Wales eighth, Scotland ninth, Northern Ireland tenth, Trinidad & Tobago eleventh and Barbados twelfth. It is exciting to note that four teams from Europe Netball – more than from any other region – are ranked in World Netball’s top twelve!

August 2022

Open Challenge 2022

This annual event took place in the Isle of Man from Thursday 12 May – Sunday 15 May.


2025 Netball World Youth Cup

Europe Netball is absolutely delighted that the 2025 Netball World Youth Cup is coming to Gibraltar. The entire European region will be throwing its support behind the tournament for what will be the third international netball tournament in Europe in recent years. Gibraltar Netball has hosted a number of international national tournaments with Europe Netball but this event takes the country to another level and is perfect to showcase both the sport and Gibraltar.

The Isle of Man vs Wales Test Series and Europe Netball’s U21 Open Championships


11 November 2021

Open Challenge 2021

You can still watch this exciting event that took place in Gibraltar over the weekend of 7 October is still available for viewing on:


First Coach Developer Session

Netball Europe held its first Coach Developer Session on Sunday 14 May 2021 in preparation for the delivery of the Pilot Entry Level Coach Education Course. The  4 pilot countries participating are : Ireland Gibraltar Malta and the Isle of Man.

This first level coaching course has been developed by NE’s coaching working group: Linda Dyer, Joan Young, Kendra Slawinski, Maggie Jackson and Liz Broomhead.

Sunday’s session was delivered by Kendra Slawinski.


Officiating cooperation between the regions

Check out this article from the Jamaica Observer.