Who we are

Men’s Netball New South Wales (MNNSW) is committed to developing male netball talent within the state.

Our association is governed by a committee with Clare McCabe the current President.

We run an annual Men’s League competition, M League, designed to showcase the exciting sport at the most elite level and allow us to recognise and develop new talent.

We are affiliated with Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA), and participate in their annual National Championships held over a week at Easter.

2018 Mens Open Premiers

Key moments in our history

Timeline

1985

The beginning

Established NSW Men’s League and competed at first National Championships.

1992

Competition flourishes

Competition representation by Sutherland, Penrith, Campbelltown and Baulkham Hills. Later joined by Eastwood Ryde and Ku-Ring-Gai.

1996

Winners!

Won Open Division for the first time at the National Championships.

2000

At our peak

Reached highest numbers of members (more than 345) with 22 mens teams across three divisions.

2001

A new name

Our name changed to ‘Men’s Netball NSW’

2006

Introducing Mixed

Mixed division introduced at National Championship.

2018

2018 Mens Open Premiers

Nationals momentum

Seven divisions represented at National Championships and won Open title for the fifth time, including back-to-back from 2017.

How we are governed

Our constitution forms the structure of how we operate, and by-laws govern the internal management of Men's Netball NSW, which our committee ensure are upheld.

Policies and procedures

To ensure we are fair and are the very best we can be, we're transparent about key policies like our selections policy and complaints process.

Our home

We're proud to call Netball Central home for our M League competition, and when we last hosted the National Championships.