WikiZero - 2020 Suncorp Super Netball season.
The 2 point shot is back again, like a bad smell it just won’t go away UGH! We just had a great season of Suncorp Super Netball, we are now in the phase where the post-mortems are done on how the season went, what needs to be improved, changed, what we can do better etc., and the survey has gone out. Which is great, don’t get me wrong, I am really happy the powers that be are asking fans.
The Suncorp Super Netball Commission has announced the introduction of rolling substitutions and extra time to season 2020. In a post-season survey, 63 per cent of Suncorp Super Netball fans voted in support of the rolling substitutions introduction and an enormous 80 per cent were in favour of extra time, after an unprecedented six matches were drawn throughout the 2019 season.
The Firebirds were desperate to take something out of the game and came out hunting a bonus point in the final quarter, but the GIANTS were too dominant and came storming back to claim the maximum points. Score breakdown: Q1: Firebirds 14 v GIANTS 15 Q2: Firebirds 14 v GIANTS 18 Q3: Firebirds 17 v GIANTS 19 Q4: Firebirds 16 v GIANTS 17 FT: Firebirds 61 v GIANTS 69 Suncorp Super Netball.
The 2018 Suncorp Super Netball season is the second season of the premier Australian netball league. The season began on 28 April and will conclude with the Grand Final on 26 August 2018. The start of the season was delayed to late April due to the 2018 Commonwealth Games, which was held earlier that month on the Gold Coast. The fixtures for the season were released on 11 October 2017.
Since its inception, Suncorp Super Netball has actively embraced innovation within the game to enhance its entertainment value, such as awarding a bonus point to the winner of each individual quarter. A rule which, last year, took the determination of the top four-placed teams down to the final seconds of the home and away season. If scores are tied at the end of the match, teams will play.
Suncorp Super Netball (SSN) is a shining example of this: it draws larger audiences across the season than any other women’s code and also has the largest percentage of female viewers. Season 3 of the SSN competition kicks off on 27 April, following an exciting season 2 which saw the introduction of the new bonus point system, bringing great tension to the end of each quarter played.
The Suncorp Super Netball (SSN) Commission has announced two official rule changes ahead of the 2020 Season. After extensive post-season analysis and ongoing trials in the 2019 Team Girls Cup and Australian Netball League season, rolling substitutions and extra time will be introduced in all SSN games in 2020. The changes are expected to be embraced by fans, with 63% voting in support of the.