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GAME Clothing reaching new heights in 2022.

GAME Clothing’s partnership with Netball Queensland and the Queensland Firebirds has come to a close. We have thoroughly enjoyed collaborating with the team at Netball Queensland, servicing their entire portfolio including the Suncorp Super Netball team, State Team programs, HART Sapphire Series Officials, NQ Officials, Nissan Arena, Vicki Wilson Cup & Primary Schools Cup, Queensland Sapphire Program, Diamond Spirit Program and the Nissan State Age Carnival. It will always be an honour to provide Queensland players and supporters, with Queensland made clothing.

GAME Clothing pride ourselves on our extensive knowledge and experience with Netball. We will continue to support Queensland’s devoted Netball community through private partnerships and events, providing top quality netball gear to you. The decision to focus our efforts on the broader community’s needs sees GAME Clothing reaching new heights in the years to come. We look forward to working with our customers in a more direct environment, allowing us to maintain the same passion and dedication we have always brought to the Sportswear industry.

It is our mission to support the community and we will continue to do so by supplying Australian Made garments, handcrafted by Australians.

Keep your eye out for an exciting project we will be launching shortly.

Stephanie Wood – a Netballer on the Rise

Stephanie Wood is a young netballer on the rise. At just 22 years of age, the born and bred Queenslander is keen to take the next step in her netball career.

Stephanie began playing netball at age 6, following in the path of her two older sisters.

She first represented Queensland in U/17’s in 2008 before moving into the U/19’s team the following year.

Stephanie Wood – Netball Champ

In 2010, she helped guide the Queensland U/19’s team to a remarkable National Championship win and she was awarded the San Remo Most Valuable Player award. In the same year she began a scholarship at the AIS.

In 2011 she was awarded the coveted Gweneth Benzie Award – a prestigious honour given to an AIS netballer who displays all the attributes to one day represent the Australian Netball Diamonds.

“Having the honor of receiving the Gweneth Benzie Award at the AIS in 2011 was very special to me, it’s the only trophy I have on display in my room.”

Stephanie says her greatest achievement to date was representing the Australian U/21’s team in New Zealand in 2011. Here she played a key role in the goal circle and helped Australia claim a series win.

From the National U/21’s team and captaining Queensland in underage competitions, Stephanie has successfully progressed into the senior pathways and has learned some valuable lessons along the way.

“Playing at an elite level has definitely taught me that not everything comes easy like it did when I was younger and that sacrifices have to be made for me to reach my goals. Also, it’s taught me how important time management is.”

Stephanie has developed into one of Queensland’s most reliable and consistent performers and is working hard to catch the eye of the powers that be at the elite level. She’s currently busy training and playing for the Queensland Fusion in the Australian Netball League and has been used as a replacement player and training partner for the Queensland Firebirds.

Stephanie Wood in Netball Queensland Hoodie

Stephanie is a dedicated, determined and passionate netballer with a bright future in the sport. She’s an accurate shooter renowned for her creativity, court craft and knowledge of the game. She has speed to burn and a maturity and poise beyond her years.

“My short term goal is to play in an ANZ Championship team and my long term goal is to play for Diamonds… I’ve learnt that not everything will come easy and there will be some highs and lows, but the highs make the lows worth it.”

Stephanie currently works for GAME clothing and will be at the NQ merchandise store at State Championships in Townsville. She’s can’t wait to see all the representative players from around the state in action.
Story by Dan Ryan

New Netball Queensland Netball Uniforms

The latest range of netball uniforms from Netball Queensland have just been released. The 2014 collection looks awesome! Your team will look fantastic in the new gear on or off the court. Take a look at our exclusive sneak preview video.

Netball Uniforms Australia

The collection includes a range of netball dresses, netball skirts, netball shirts and loads of teamwear including winter gear to keep you warm court side this season. Featuring plenty of bright colours such as lime, pink, purple, red and orange.

Visit Game Netball to view the full range. We are working hard to get the new designs up on the website fast.

Queensland Champions Cup – Premier Netball Competition

Game Clothing is extremely proud to support the Queensland Champions Cup, which is the premier Netball competition in Queensland. It is played throughout Queensland and is a critical pathway for Netballers and Officials to develop into elite athletes. It also acts as the direct pathway for State and ANL teams.

Netball Dresses and Uniforms by Game Clothing

As well as overall support, Game Clothing also supplies all the Netball Dresses and Netball Uniforms used by the teams. These are our Australian Made Sublimated range that we supply throughout Australia and even the world.

Watch the QCC Netballers in Action

Below is a video we put together from photos taken by “Sports in Digital” throughout some of the games in 2013. Enjoy:

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