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Tickets are now available

It’s fast, exciting and energetic. Tickets for this year’s Fast5 Netball World Series are now available and it’s the last time the competition will be hosted on Australian soil – don’t miss out<...

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The Teams

The teams are starting to take shape for this year’s Fast5 Netball World Series

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Em Rusciano Q&A

Ever wondered whether Em Rusciano played netball? Who her favourite player is? Who she’s most looking forward to watching at the #Fast5NetballWorldSeries? We did – and asked her to find out.

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The Science Behind Fast5

As the world’s best netballers turn their attention to the Fast5 Netball World Series, a sport scientist has revealed the intense physical demands the dynamic format places on their bodies.

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Fast5 Netball World Series



Fast5 is netball like you’ve never seen before; featuring dynamic rules changes including five players a side, shorter quarters, power plays and super shots!

The Fast5 Netball World Series is fan focused with a huge emphasis on fun. The event is the perfect opportunity to get your friends and teammates together, pulling out your costumes and enjoy a weekend full of world class netball and entertainment.

The Fast5 Netball World Series will be hosted at Melbourne Arena, Melbourne – 27-28 October 2018.

2018 will be the third and final time the Fast5 World Series will be played on Australian soil. England won the 2017 tournament, following on from New Zealand winning in 2016, so Australia will be vying for top place in their final hosting year at the 2018 event.

All teams will play six 24 minute games across the two-day series. Each team will feature on both days of competition, with finals held on Sunday. 1000 goals are estimated to be scored across the two-day series.

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