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Asian Netball Championship





The Asian Netball Championship is a netball competition held every four years with teams from across Asia competing.

The Malaysian Netball Association hosted the first Asian Netball Championship in 1985 which the host nation crowned as the Champions.

Sri Lanka has also won this title in the years 1989, 1997 and 2001 and currently holds the record of most number (four times) of crowns in the Asian Netball Championship history.

The Second Asian Netball Championship was held in 1989 and Sri Lanka won it for the first time.

The Third edition of the Asian Netball Championship was held in Singapore in 1993 and Hong Kong took away the title and Sri Lanka finished runner up.

Sri Lanka regained the Asian Netball title in 1997 when it was held for the fourth time in Singapore.

The Fifth Asian Netball Championship staged at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium in Sri Lanka from 23 to 29 July 2001. This is the first occasion that Sri Lanka hosted an international netball competition. Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Maldives, Singapore, Thailand and Sri Lanka competed. It was won by one goal by Sri Lanka over Singapore.

The sixth Asian Netball Championship was held in 2005 in Singapore and was won by the Singaporean team with a win over the Malaysian team with a score of 5339 in the final. Sri Lanka placed third.

Sri Lanka is the defending champions of the Asian Netball Championship after beating Singapore in 2009 in the finals by 77 goals to 48 at the seventh Asian Netball Championship. This was held in 2009 in Malaysia from 19-28 June.

Sri Lanka once again receives the honor of hosting the Asian Netball Championship for the second time this year and it will be held from 25th -31st August at the Sugathdasa Indoor Stadium.



  • Asian Netball Championships-2009 Results
  • Date: 19th to 28th June 2009
  • Venue: Juara Stadium, Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Results --> Asian Netball Championships 2009



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Date

Game

Pool

Matches

 

 

Results

19.06.09 (Fri)

G1

B

Malaysia

v

India

78-15

20.06.09 (Sat)

G2

A

Singapore

v

Chinese Taipei

55-34

 

G3

B

Sri Lanka

v

Hong Kong

80-27

 

G4

A

Thailand

v

Maldives

49-18

21.06.09 (Sun)

G5

B

Pakistan

v

Hong Kong

12-76

 

G6

A

Singapore

v

Maldives

67-19

 

G7

B

Malaysia

v

Sri Lanka

52-72

 

G8

A

Chinese Taipei

v

Thailand

39-52

22.06.09 (Mon)

G9

B

India

v

Sri Lanka

27-103

 

G10

A

Singapore

v

Thailand

65-22

 

G11

B

Pakistan

v

Malaysia

6-89

 

G12

A

Maldives

v

Chinese Taipei

39-49

23.06.09 (Tue)

G13

B

Hong Kong

v

Malaysia

26-52

 

G14

B

India

v

Pakistan

53-24

24.06.09 (Wed)

G15

B

Sri Lanka

v

Pakistan

102-12

 

G16

B

Hong Kong

v

India

52-33

26.06.09 (Fri)

G17

Semi Final

Maldives

v

Hong Kong

28-50

 

G18

Semi Final

Chinese Taipei

v

India

40-33

 

G19

Semi Final

Thailand

v

Sri Lanka

44-88

 

G20

Semi Final

Singapore

v

Malaysia

51-39

27.06.09 (Sat)

G21

7/8

Maldives

v

India

31-33

 

G22

5/6

Hong Kong

v

Chinese Taipei

45-37

 

G23

3/4

Thailand

v

Malaysia

41-61

28.06.09 (Sun)

G24

Final

Sri Lanka

v

Singapore

77-48