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netball

a team game similar to basketball, played mainly by women
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There are now 130 women playing netball every Monday evening.
Keenan has wasted no time getting to work with her new players ahead of Netball Superleague 2016's January launch.
Gilbert Sales & Marketing Director Richard Gray says, "The future global growth of netball is very important to Gilbert and we are very excited to have entered into this partnership agreement with such a dynamic organisation that is Netball America.
Ama attending the Netball Youth Camp was a massive inspiration to the girls knowing that she played for their club and the fact that she was flying out to play in the World Cup.
Nominated in recognition of her outstanding contribution to netball through delivery in the education environment, receiving her award from West Midlands Netball Board member Ann O'Rourke.
It's a combination of these reasons that the tournament is being renamed, so that through the legacy everyone involved in netball in Huddersfield will remember her and her contribution.
Above, Grangetown Netball Club Under 11s and Under 12s.
The media attention during the Games has helped enormously as netball is no longer viewed as just a schoolgirls' sport.
The girls swapped bibs for ball gowns at a makeover organised by the National Lottery, which supports Northern Ireland Netball.
Together they signed a yearlong sponsorship deal between Tidy Bingo and the netball teams.
The New Zealander has helped transform Welsh Netball since she took over as the first full-time paid coach in 2010 after previously being the head coach of Fiji.
GRASSHOPPERS Netball Club have raised PS185 for The Mary Stevens Hospice by holding a Family Fun Netball Tournament in memory of their late team-mate, Lynn Price.