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The Suncorp Super Netball Trophy is Coming to You
The countdown is on for the 2024 Suncorp Super Netball season,
and before all 8 teams hit the court to fight it out for the 2024 Suncorp Super Netball trophy, the trophy is touring the nation.
Connecting Suncorp Super Netball with Saturday Netball, the Suncorp Super Netball trophy will be making ten stops around the country with plenty of opportunities for you to get a piece of the glory before the season starts.
The Trophy Tour will kick off with a bang at West Coast Fever's Fan Day and Woolworths NetSetGO Come and Play day at the Gold Netball Centre in Perth on Saturday 17th of February.
The second stop of the Trophy Tour will see the Suncorp Super Netball trophy head down south to Saint Helens in Tasmania.
The trophy will stop by Netball Tasmania's East Coast pre-season weekend to witness the Cavaliers and South East Suns face off in a pre-season match at Bendigo Bank Community Stadium in Saint Helens.
The next stop on the trophy tour will be Townsville for the Suncorp Spirit Cup! The trophy will be dropping past the much loved pre-season match where the Sunshine Coast Lightning will face the Queensland Firebirds. The match will be held on Saturday 2nd March, centre pass at 5PM AEST. Tickets for the event go on sale Thursday, 1 February at 10am AEST.
The trophy will be coming to the home state of the 2023 premiers on Sunday 10 March for the Adelaide Thunderbirds Fan Day which includes a practice match against the Queensland Firebirds commencing at 2PM at Netball SA Stadium.
The SSN trophy will be heading to the Northern Territory to make an appearance at Darwin Netball Association on Thursday 14 March for Round 1 of their domestic league.
In it's first ever visit to the Northern Territory, the SSN trophy will be stopping past a few local associations and is also hoping for a few crocodile sightings!
The trophy will be stopping past Ballarat where the Melbourne Vixens will be hosting the Adelaide Thunderbirds, GIANTS Netball and West Coast Fever for a blockbuster weekend at Selkirk Stadium.
Netball Victoria will also run community activities across the weekend, giving fans the chance to participate in netball clinics, umpiring and coaching courses, and meet some of their favourite Vixens athletes.
The SSN Trophy's next stop will be the nation's capital!
The trophy will be hosted at the HCF State League for the Wednesday and Friday evening matches where association members and the general public are invited to come and get a glimpse of the glory!
The SSN trophy's next stop will be Suncorp Team Girls Cup, the Suncorp Super Netball League's official pre-season tournament which is set to be played in Sydney for the first time.
The trophy can be found in the fan zone on Saturday 23rd March and Sunday 24th March, which requires a ticket for access.
Save the date, Sydney! The trophy will be coming to Netball Central on Wednesday 3rd April. More details are coming...
The SSN 2024 Trophy will be dropping into the Queensland State Age Championships which will see teams from across the state be hosted by Western Districts Netball Association.
Representing the pinnacle of elite netball in this country, it is extremely fitting that SSN trophy drops in to see the up-and-coming stars (aged 15-18) of netball at the Queensland State Age Championships.
The SSN 2024 Premiership trophy will be stopping past the National Netball Championships in Frankston on Tuesday 9th April.
Representing the pinnacle of domestic success in netball, it is extremely fitting that the trophy will be stopping past the nations largest pathway event, hosting the up and coming stars of netball.
The Trophy Tour will conclude in Melbourne ahead of the Round 1 derby where the Mavericks will play their first ever Suncorp Super Netball match against the Melbourne Vixens.
Stay tuned for details on where you can meet your favourite Melbourne stars and your final chance to see the SSN trophy before the season kicks off.
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