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Asian Netball Championshipsi

The 2022 Asian Netball Championships are scheduled to be held in Singapore between September 3 and 11, with Hong Kong among 11 teams taking part. The championships also serve as qualifiers for the 2023 Netball World Cup.

  • National coach Dion Te Whetu praises team’s effort at the tournament, where they finished 4th
  • Stand-out player Krystle Edwards to undergo surgery for torn ACL and meniscus

Gessy Li says she is ‘proud of my team’ after 54-42 third-place play-off loss to Malaysia. In the final, defending champions Sri Lanka successfully retain their title with a 63-53 win over Singapore.

Sri Lanka stay undefeated after 62-51 win in Singapore, but Hong Kong’s Krystle Edwards says the team has a ‘good chance’ in Saturday semi-final – ‘we just have to believe’.


Malaysia’s national netball team was made to sweat before seeing off Hong Kong 55-46 in the third round of the Asian Championships in Singapore on Wednesday.

Hosts pull away for 56-46 victory in opening Group E game in round two. Hong Kong’s Krystal Edwards and Elderi Bennett-Horak keep side in it with near-perfect performances at net.