Netball Asia

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Netball Asia
Founded 1986
Region Asia
President Anna Wong
www.netballasia.com

Netball Asia , formerly the Asian Netball Federation and Asian Federation of Netball Associations (AFNA), is the governing body of netball in Asia. Netball Asia was founded in 1986 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, three years after representatives from five Asian netball countries – Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and India – met during the 1983 Netball World Championships in Singapore to discuss the creation of an Asian netball governing body. The current president of the AFNA is Anna Wong.[1] The Asian Region covers a total of 49 countries.[2] The Asian Region currently has 8 Associate Members and 10 Full Regional & INF Members.[3]

Full members[edit]

As AFNA on 20 September 2010, Netball Asia has ten full members:

Associate members[edit]

As AFNA on 20 September 2010, Netball Asia has five associate members:

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