Hong Kong Netball Associationi

The Hong Kong Netball Association was founded in 1979 with a mission to raise the standard of netball in Hong Kong and increase participation among local schools, universities and across the community. HKNA has three national representative teams - Open Ladies, Open Men’s and Youth Ladies - that compete in the Asian Netball Championships and Regional World Cup Qualifiers.

  • 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

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.