Asian Netball Championships
|Current season, competition or edition:
2016 Asian Netball Championships
|No. of teams||9 (2016)|
|Most titles||Sri Lanka (4 titles)|
The sixth Asian Netball Championship was held in 2005, and was won by the Singaporean team  with a win over the Malaysian team with a score of 53–39 in the final. The fifth Asian Netball Championships was held in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2001. Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Maldives, Singapore, Thailand and Sri Lanka competed. It was won by one goal by Sri Lanka over Singapore. The Malaysian Netball Association hosted the first Asian Netball Championship in 1985, and the 3rd Asian Youth Netball Championship.
The top team in Asia is Sri Lanka, having won the Asian Netball Championships 4 times, although Singapore is the reigning champion.
|Year||1st||2nd||3rd||Venue||Number of teams|
|1985||Malaysia||Sri Lanka||Singapore||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||5|
|1989||Sri Lanka||Singapore||Malaysia||New Delhi, India||4|
|1993||Hong Kong||Singapore||Sri Lanka||Hong Kong||5|
|2001||Sri Lanka||Singapore||Malaysia||Colombo, Sri Lanka||8|
|2005||Singapore||Malaysia||Sri Lanka||Toa Payoh Sports Hall, Singapore||8|
|2009||Sri Lanka||Singapore||Malaysia||Juara Stadium, Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||10|
|2012||Singapore||Sri Lanka||Malaysia||Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka||10|
|2014||Singapore||Sri Lanka||Malaysia||Singapore Sports Hub OCBC Arena, Singapore||10|
see also Asian Youth Netball Championship
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- Government of Sri Lanka
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