'Nets' Indoor Netball has been running successfully for over 30 years in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, and is played by 90 000 men, women, and children monthly.

'Nets' differs from standard netball as it is played in netted courts where the ball is never out of play.

There are 2 versions of the Indoor netball game. The standard 7's netball and the faster and more popular 6's netball where a team consists of 2 Defence, 2 Links and 2 Attack.

In 2007 England competed in its first Tri Nation Tournament in South Africa, against South Africa and Australia.

Following on from this success England competed in the 2008 Indoor Netball World Cup in Australia. 

In 2010 England competed in its third World Cup tournament again in South Africa with the Women's Open team gaining a silver medal and an England player winning ‘Player of the Tournament’.

In 2012 England competed in World Championships in Australia, the England U21 team reached the finals for the first time gaining a silver medal. 

In 2013 England competed in the Tri Nation Tournament in South Africa, against South Africa and Australia. England won 'Player of the Tournament' in the U18 and Over 30's team category. 

In 2014 England competed in the World Cup tournament in South Africa with the Women's Open team gaining a silver medal and 3 England players winning 'Player of the Tournament' in 6's Mixed, U21's and Women's Open. 4 players also won the 'Best and Fairest' nominations.

In 2015 England competed in the Aged World Cup in Australia with the Women's U18 team becoming World Champions in Super 6's. It was also the first time that England entered a mixed U23 squad.

In 2016 England will be competing in the World Championships in New Zealand within the following categories: Womens U21, Womens and Mixed.

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