Scope of the Region
The Oceania Region covers a total of twenty-four (24) countries. For a full list of countries click here.
Current Regional & INF Members
Any country within the Region is encouraged to play and develop netball but those who join both the Regional Federation and the INF, either as Associate or Full Members, gain access to a wider range of support services.
The Oceania Region currently has 1 Associate Member and 7 Full Regional Members.
If you would like more information on joining your Regional Federation and the INF please contact the INF Secretariat.
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Other Netball Nations
The Federation of Oceania Netball Associations, known as ‘Oceania Netball Federation (ONF)’ is the lead INF agency for the Oceania region.
‘Oceania Netball Federation’ is in the process of developing a Regional Strategic Plan setting out how they will support the development of Netball over the next ten years.
Regional Federation Officials
The Executive of the Oceania Netball Federation (ONF) Executive Committee are elected by Members of the Association at the Annual General Meeting held a year prior to the Congress, with the exception of the INF Regional Director, whose term of Office is 4 years.
The current Oceania Netball Federation Executive Committee includes:
- Executive Member
- Head of Events & International
- Oceania Netball Federation Administrator
- INF Regional Director
Oceania Netball Federation (ONF) meets once a year at the Annual General Meeting.
Oceania Netball Federation members are invited to compete in the following events bi-annually:
- Pacific Mini Games
- Pacific Games
The Pacific Netball Series is an annual INF ranked series which has shared hosting by the following competing ONF member countries, as a result of a Memorandum of Understanding and inaugural tournament hosted by Samoa in 2008:
1. Cook Islands
3. Papua New Guinea
The Oceania Netball Federation organizes a Regional qualifying tournament every four years, held the year prior to World Netball Champs.