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Our league is breaking the bias on a regular basis (Image: Morgan Harlow)

Our league is breaking the bias on a regular basis (Image: Morgan Harlow)

On International Women’s Day, the Vitality Netball Superleague is joining the call to #BreakTheBias.

Our athletes playing an elite sport should not be subjected to the bias, stereotypes, and discrimination that can come their way.

Fierce, fast and relentless on the court, gamechangers off the court our league is a safe, diverse and inclusive space where everyone is valued and celebrated.




Image: Ben Lumley


Proscovia Peace against Manchester Thunder (Image: Touchline Pics)

(Photo by Stephen Gaunt of Touchlinepics.com for Manchester Thunder)

Whether it’s playing our sport, leading our franchises or chasing Grand Final glory we are challenging the bias that exists around netball.

Our world class sportswomen combine power, strength and skill to elevate our game and our league higher than ever.

Beyond our league, in our communities, in our schools, colleges and universities netball are breaking the bias on a daily basis.

Speak Up. Show Up. Break The Bias.

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