Win Netball World Cup tickets!

Here’s the chance to win one of 5 pairs of tickets to this exciting netball tournament this summer!

5 prizes to be won!

THE CHANCE TO WIN ONE OF FIVE PAIRS OF TICKETS TO THE MOST EXCITING EVENT IN WOMEN’S SPORT THIS SUMMER!

Joining forces with the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019, Prima are offering five lucky winners the chance to attend one of the most sought-after sporting events this year.

Our winners will bag two seats to see Home Nations team Northern Ireland battle it out against Zimbabwe in their World Cup debut. Taking place at Liverpool’s iconic M&S Bank Arena on Sunday 14th July, this opening weekend match is set to be a thrilling clash between the two elite teams.

To enter: Click on the ‘Enter Competition’ button below and enter your details – easy!

Enter by:   April 6 23:59, 2019

No purchase necessary! Good Luck.

See competition website for full terms and conditions.

Promoted by: Prima

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BBC Get Inspired: How to get into netball

How do I start?

Find a club in England,WalesScotland or Northern Ireland to get started.

What is netball?

Netball is a seven-a-side game where the aim is to score goals by passing the ball down the court and throwing it in your opponents net. Unlike basketball, players are not allowed to move/run/dribble with the ball. It is all about the passing.

Is it for me?

No matter what your fitness level is, there is a position on court for everyone. Netball is a non-contact sport, so men and woman and boys and girls can all play on the same side. There’s also a strong sense of friendship and team-bonding within netball teams.

What to expect when I start?

  • Netball is an all over body workout so is great for losing weight and improving muscle tone.
  • You don’t need any special kit, just clothes that you feel comfortable exercising in and trainers.
  • You move through the court by running and jumping so it helps with balance and coordination.
  • High 5  is a programme for children aged 9-11 that teaches them the rules and basic techniques.
  • Walking Netball is growing in popularity and is a low-impact way to play the game with no age limits – younger or older!
  • Disability Netball is similar to the traditional game but with a few adaptations such as using a ball with a bell inside for people with visual impairments or installing an induction loop for those who are hearing-impaired. Find your nearest club on Parasport UK.

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