This Trophy has been gladly introduced and held up high by winning group commanders five times since its creation in 1995;
– 1995 in Birmingham, England
– 1999 in Christchurch, New Zealand
– 2003 in Kingston, Jamaica
– 2007 in Auckland, New Zealand
– 2011 in Singapore
With the trophy turning 20 one year from now (2015), the Netball World Cup has gotten an early birthday present with the never-ending trophy experiencing a reclamation in front of the fourteenth version of the Netball World Cup in Sydney one year from now.
Initially made in 1995, the reclamation mirrors the rebrand from World Netball Championships, to Netball World Cup – a move to align the competition with other global wearing occasions.
Initially made by Birmingham based specialist Marcus Steel, the trophy was initially utilized when the World Championships was played in the city, that year. Australia were delegated World Champions that year with their skipper Michelle cave Dekker the first to hold the trophy on high. Sanctum Dekker has been trailed by four resulting commanders from Australia and New Zealand who have won the selective chance to raise netball’s zenith prize at the finish of the last.
The trophy is made in three primary areas. The base comprises of ebonized turned Leadwood with two groups of strong silver. The middle area is a cross section of strong silver bars with gold enumerating, speaking to a net. On top sits a globe of scratched glass speaking to the world.
In 1960, agents from Australia, England, New Zealand, South Africa and the West Indies met to examine institutionalizing the principles of the game. This prompted the foundation of the International Federation of Women’s Basketball and Netball (which later turned into the International Federation of Netball Associations). Formal tenets were set up at this inaugural meeting and a choice to hold World Championship competitions like clockwork was additionally made. The principal World Netball Championship was held in 1963 and was facilitated by England. From that point forward there have been 12 more competitions.
Australia national netball group 9(1963,1971,1975,1983,1991,1995,1999,2007,2011):
The Australia National Netball Team, generally known as the Australian Netball Diamonds, speak to Australia in worldwide netball tests and rivalries. The group was shaped in 1938 and played in the main universal session of netball, against New Zealand. In 2008 the group embraced the moniker “Jewels” in accordance with other Australian brandishing groups, including the national ladies’ ball group, the Opals.
Australia have customarily been viewed as the best netball group in worldwide netball: they have won ten of the thirteen World Netball Championships, notwithstanding being the present title holders and positioned first in the INF World Rankings. The Diamonds contend yearly in a home-and-away test arrangement, the Constellation Cup, with lasting adversaries New Zealand. Standard test matches are additionally held with other real netball nations, including England and Jamaica. To date, Australia have won ten World Championships and three Commonwealth Games occasions.
The Diamonds are controlled by Netball Australia, the national representing body for netball in the nation. Players are typically chosen from Australian ANZ Championship establishments. The group are in a matter of seconds captained by Queensland Firebirds protector Laura Geitz. Lisa Alexander was selected head mentor in August 2011, assuming control from Norma Plummer.
The New Zealand national netball group, usually known as the Silver Ferns, speak to New Zealand in global netball. The group take their epithet from the Silver Tree Fern (Cyathea dealbata), which is a notorious image for some New Zealand sports teams.The Silver Ferns were framed in 1938 as a delegate New Zealand group to visit Australia. To date, they have been a standout amongst the most prevailing national netball groups on the planet, alongside the Australian Diamonds, and have a triumphant record against most other netball countries. Toward the end of the 2011 universal netball season, the Silver Ferns were positioned second in the IFNA World Rankings.
The Silver Ferns contend every year for the Constellation Cup a home-and-away test arrangement with Australia, furthermore play test matches with other real netball nations, including England and Jamaica, all the time. They have contended at each World Netball Championship since its initiation in 1963, and in each Commonwealth Games since netball’s consideration in 1998. The Silver Ferns have won the World Netball Championships four times (in 1967, 1979, 1987 and 2003); they are likewise the prevailing Commonwealth Games, winning the two latest titles in 2006 and 2010.
The Silver Ferns are managed by Netball New Zealand, the national overseeing body for netball in the nation. Silver Ferns players are generally chosen from New Zealand ANZ Championship establishments. The group are without further ado captained by Laura Langman after occupant skipper Casey Kopua née Williams got to be harmed. Waimarama Taumaunu is the present head mentor after previous mentor Ruth Aitken resigned in 2011
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