14/04/2024

The Super Netball season will resume next weekend. Image: Dani Brown

The Suncorp Super Netball League has confirmed there will be no matches this weekend, after a mid-week relocation to Queensland has presented challenges regarding the fixture.

The Suncorp Super Netball League has confirmed there will be no matches this weekend after a mid-week relocation to Queensland has presented challenges regarding the fixture.

The league is currently working through fixturing the remaining three rounds of the home and away season as the finals series approaches.

Netball Australia CEO Kelly Ryan said earlier this week that player welfare is of high priority and the league is currently working with venues and the media to ensure the season can resume in the week ahead.

“The teams have experienced a highly disrupted week, having relocated to Queensland at very short notice,” Ryan said.

“We have a number of challenges to work through with our stakeholders including venues and broadcast before we can lock in the fixture for the remaining three rounds.

“We are committed to delivering a full 60-game season of Suncorp Super Netball without extending the length of the competition.”

The Melbourne Vixens and West Coast Fever played their rescheduled Round 8 match on Thursday night. Photo: Super Netball

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The Giants have finally made their way to the Sunshine State after being linked to an exposure site in Melbourne.

The Victorian and Queensland governments have since revised the exposure site and the Giants were cleared to travel on Wednesday afternoon.

All clubs are adhering to enhanced league protocols whilst in Queensland, which includes stay-at-home restrictions.

“We are delighted to have all eight Suncorp Super Netball clubs in Queensland to complete the season,” said Netball Australia CEO Kelly Ryan.

“The league is closely monitoring exposure sits and working with state governments to protect the health and wellbeing of all players, staff, and umpires, as well as the broader community.”

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