World Netball Series
The Fast5 Netball World Series is an international netball competition that was contested for the first time in October 2009. The new competition features modified "Fast5" rules, and has been likened to Twenty20 cricket and rugby sevens. The competition is scheduled to be held annually in England until at least 2011, and will be contested by the six top national netball teams in the world, according to the IFNA World Rankings.
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