Netball Singapore Nations Cup

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The Netball Singapore Nations Cup is an annual netball tournament organised and hosted by Netball Singapore. The inaugural tournament was played in 2006 and was won by Singapore. The host nation and Northern Ireland are the tournament's most successful teams, both winning two tournaments each.

Netball Singapore Nations Cup
Founded2006
AdministratorNetball Singapore
No. of teams4/6
Most recent
champion(s)
 Namibia (1st Title)
Most titles Northern Ireland
 Singapore
(2 titles each)

TournamentsEdit

      4th 5th 6th
2006 [1]   Singapore   Papua New Guinea   Scotland   Canada n/a n/a
2007 [2][3][4]   Singapore   Trinidad and Tobago   Northern Ireland   Sri Lanka   Canada n/a
2008 [5][6]   Papua New Guinea   Botswana   Samoa   Sri Lanka   Singapore n/a
2009 [7][8][9][10]   Northern Ireland   Scotland   Canada   Tanzania   Singapore   Malaysia
2010 [11][12]   Wales   Scotland   Tanzania   Singapore   Namibia   India
2011 [13]   Fiji   Singapore   Malaysia   Namibia   Sri Lanka   Papua New Guinea
2012 [14][15]   Tanzania   Malaysia   Namibia   Sri Lanka   Singapore   Republic of Ireland
2013 [16][17]   Uganda   Singapore   Papua New Guinea   Sri Lanka   Republic of Ireland   United States
2014 [18][19]   Samoa   Singapore   Botswana   Malaysia   Papua New Guinea   Republic of Ireland
2015 [20][21][22][23][24]   Northern Ireland   Papua New Guinea   Singapore   Botswana Singapore Invitational   Chinese Taipei
2016 [25][26]   Zambia   Papua New Guinea   Botswana   Singapore   Republic of Ireland   Canada
2017 [27]   Cook Islands   Swaziland   Singapore   Republic of Ireland   Malaysia   Hong Kong
2019 [28]   Namibia   Singapore   Botswana   Cook Islands   Republic of Ireland   Papua New Guinea

FinalsEdit

  Score   Venue
2006 [1][29]   Singapore 46–41   Papua New Guinea Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2007 [4][30]   Singapore 56–32   Trinidad and Tobago Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2008 [6]   Papua New Guinea 55–53   Botswana Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2009 [7][9]   Northern Ireland 49–34   Scotland Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2010 [11][12]   Wales 53–30   Scotland Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2011 [13][31]   Fiji 51–42   Singapore Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2012 [14]   Tanzania 45–38   Malaysia Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2013 [16][17]   Uganda 52–29   Singapore Toa Payoh Sports Hall
2014 [18][32]   Samoa 50–41   Singapore OCBC Arena
2015 [20][21][24]   Northern Ireland 52–41   Papua New Guinea OCBC Arena
2016 [25][26]   Zambia 65–49   Papua New Guinea OCBC Arena
2017 [33]   Cook Islands 39–38   Swaziland OCBC Arena
2019 [34]   Namibia 49–42   Singapore OCBC Arena

Winners by nationEdit

Nation Years
  Northern Ireland 2009, 2015
  Singapore 2006, 2007
  Cook Islands 2017
  Fiji 2011
  Namibia 2019
  Papua New Guinea 2008
  Samoa 2014
  Tanzania 2012
  Uganda 2013
  Wales 2010
  Zambia 2016

Main sponsorsEdit

Seasons
Fisher & Paykel [6][35] 2008
NTUC Fairprice Foundation [11] 2010
Mission Foods [23][25][33] 2015–2017
M1 Limited 2019–

ReferencesEdit

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