Netball at the Commonwealth Games

Netball is one of the core Commonwealth Games sports, so must be included in the sporting program of each Games. 1998 was the first Commonwealth Games in which a netball competition was held, and has been included in all Games since.

Australia and New Zealand fought out every gold medal match from 1998 to 2014, with Australia ahead 3-2. The evenness of the two nations was highlighted by the final in 2010, which had to go into double overtime before New Zealand finally won.

2018 saw a possible changing of the guard, with Australia being defeated in the final by England, and New Zealand finishing forth after a shock defeat to Malawi in the earlier rounds. England had won the bronze medal three of out the five previous times this event has been held, with Jamaica winning the other two.

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