Spectre of World Cup continues to cast shadow over Super Netball season | Erin Delahunty

Questions raised by the restructuring of Australia’s domestic competition are unlikely to be answered soon

It was always going to be this way. From the moment it was revealed how the 2019 Super Netball season would be structured to accommodate July’s World Cup , it was inevitable certain individual performances would be viewed through the prism of the global tournament.

The quadrennial World Cup, to be held in Liverpool, is one of netball’s pinnacle events and its spectre has loomed large over the world’s best league since round one. The season will pause after round nine is complete on 23 June and re-start on 27 July for five more rounds, before finals.

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