May 21, 2020 |  Tournament News


Cancellation of 2020 Junior World Series Tournament

After extensive consultation the WINA Board has decided to cancel the 2020 Junior World Series indefinitely.

The tournament had been postponed to January 3rd to 10th 2021 but these dates are no longer viable due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the resulting travel and playing restrictions.

WINA will resume with the Junior World Series in 2021, with tentative dates being 8th to the 15th of July in New Zealand.

This has been an extremely difficult decision to make given the amount of work that has gone into preparing for the event by athletes, coaches, officials and administrators, however, the safety and wellbeing of all our participants is paramount.

I look forward to seeing you all in 2021.

Best regards
Viv Ellis | President
World Indoor Netball Association


Indoor Netball World Cup South Africa 2019

The Netball Opens World Cup 2019 was held on behalf of the World Indoor Netball Association, by the South African Indoor Netball Federation and Action Sports South Africa in the Western Cape, South Africa.

This event showcased the Worlds best Indoor Netball players who met in Paarl in the Western Cape to compete for the title of World Champions of Indoor Netball in the respective categories.

As with all World events, we also saw the the best officials in the World of Indoor Netball arriving to officiate in these games, and of course each team had their best coaches, managers and sports trainers accompanying them.

There will be 4 nations represented by 15 teams and a total of 265 players and officials.

The World Cup, saw the Open Ladies, Open Men, Open Mixed and 21 and Under ladies categories competing.

The 4th of August 2019 saw the commencement of the events with the finals of the Super 6's tournament took place on Tuesday the 6th of August and the finals of the World Cup 7's event tookg place on Saturday the 10th of August.

The future of Indoor Netball is firmly in the hands of all of the nations who were showing their continued support of our sport.

WINA would like to thank the South African Indoor Netball Federation for hosting this prestigious event and in particular the Paarl Action Sports Arena.

South Africa is an amazing destination and we certainly hope that you enjoyed the visit to our country!

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Indoor Netball World Cup South Africa 2019 - Results



Indoor Netball World Cup South Africa 2019 - Streaming

All the games that were streamed live during the Tournament are still available on our You Tube channel cick on the link below to relive great Indoor Netball.



Indoor Netball World Cup South Africa 2019 - TWEETS


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Indoor Netball World Cup South Africa 2019 - TEAMS


Australia Open Ladies
Australia Open Mixed
Australia Open Men
Australia 21 & Under Ladies
England Open Ladies
Australia Open Mixed
England 21 & Under Ladies

New Zealand Open Ladies
New Zealand Open Mixed
New Zealand Open Men
New Zealand 21& Under Ladies

South Africa Open Ladies
South Africa Open Mixed
South Africa Open Men
South Africa 21 & Under Ladies

WINA Tournament Umpires

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Indoor Netball World Cup South Africa 2019 - Venue


Paarl Action Sports “Home of the Rhino’s” is a three court arena which has a fully licensed bar as well as an Action Deli and Kiosk.

Situated in Groienheuwel area, there is plenty for the players to see and visit. Wine farms are a stone throw away with a variety of restaurants in and around the town and Heritage sites to visit.

Paarl, a mere 60 kilometers from Cape Town and less than an hour by car from the golden beaches of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans, is renowned not only for its illustrious past and unrivaled scenic beauty, but also presents holiday makers an exciting Tourist Destination.

Paarl is one of the oldest towns in South Africa and particularly known for its mountain or "Paarl Rock". The huge granite rock is formed by three rounded outcrops that make up Paarl Mountain and is the second largest granite outcrop in the world.

Paarl boasts a unique attraction in the fact that the foundations of a new language, Afrikaans, a combined Heritage of Africa. The Monument to the Afrikaans language on the slopes of Paarl Mountain, the Language Museum and the Afrikaans Language Route through Dal Josaphat are living Memorials to this achievement.

Paarl's scenic splendour, with five mountain passes and magnificent surroundings, the Berg River majestically winding its way through and bringing life to deciduous fruit orchards and vineyards right up to the heart of the Town, and luxuriant vegetation, provide sufficient incentive to pay Paarl a visit.

Add to this the rich Heritage of well preserved Historic Buildings scattered through the town, the large number of top-quality Restaurants offering traditional Cape cuisine, accommodation for tourists in Hotels and on Farming Estates, and the inevitable Wine industry - and you no longer have an argument in favour of visiting Paarl but an obligation to do so.

As far as the Wine industry is concerned, Paarl boasts the headquarters of the industry in South Africa, the co-operative Wine Growers' Association (KWV) and the Paarl wine route. The KWV is a South African institution that over the years has acquired an international reputation because of its unique achievements and its imprint of quality on the industry.

Other attactions include the Paarl wine route, Ostrich Farm, Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm, Butterfly World and much much more.

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