The Nations Cup (previously the 4 Nations Netball Cup and the 5 Nations Netball Cup) is an annual netball competition organised by Netball Singapore.
The Cup was first held in 2006 in Singapore and featured Papua New Guinea, Scotland and Canada.
The 2007 competition, which was held at Toa Payoh Sports Hall in Singapore, was won by the Singapore Netball National Team. Canada, Northern Ireland, Sri Lanka and Trinidad & Tobago also competed.
The 2008 competition was won by Papua New Guinea who defeated Botswana in the final. The other three competitors were Singapore, Samoa and Sri Lanka.
In 2009, Northern Ireland emerged as the winner, defeating their long-time rivals, Scotland, 49-34. Other competitors include Singapore, Canada, Malaysia and Tanzania.
Scotland, Wales, Tanzania, Singapore, Namibia and India competed in 2010.
In 2013, Singapore and Uganda battled for the Nations Cup title in front of over 2,000 noisy fans. Uganda took the title on their inaugural visit to the Nations Cup with a 29-52 result.
Performance of nations