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A new brand of netball on your screens

Five on-court players instead of the mandatory seven, three-point scoring zones and a power play quarter where points scored are doubled.

These are the radical innovations to a new and exciting brand of netball, dubbed Fast5, which pits the top six netball nations in the world against each other in a world series.

Fast5 makes its debut this weekend and will be broadcast live on SuperSport and in High Definition.

To be played over a three-day period, the tournament will be contested by Australia, New Zealand, England, Jamaica, Malawi and South Africa.

Fast5 is an evolution of the high speed variation of traditional netball, FastNet, which was introduced in 2009.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Friday, November 9
SS4HD, SS6 (06.00am)

Saturday, November 10
SS4HD, SS6 (05.15am)

Sunday, November 11
SS4HD, SS6 (04.15am)


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