The Nissan State Age is Netball Queensland’s junior association carnival for players aged 12 to 15.  The aim of this event is to provide an inclusive environment for young players to come together and compete against players from across Queensland.

The regulations pertaining to this event have been designed around the following guiding principles

  • Ensuring all players are provided with an opportunity to participate
  • Creating a positive netball experience for all involved
  • Optimise playing and recovery time to manage the physical and mental well being of the participants

The success of the State Age will be based on the following criterion

  • Number of Associations participating
  • Participant experience satisfaction rating
  • Number of attendees at the event
  • Attendee experience satisfaction rating

Netball Queensland is again offering the opportunity for boys to play at the State Age.  Any boys born 2008 to 2005 are eligible to participate in a boys only division.

Event information

Dates:                                               July 4-7, 2020.

Venue:                                              Sunshine Coast Netball Association




2019 Nissan State Age Manual


2019 Coach Code of Conduct

2019 Manager Code of Conduct


Nomination/Registration Links


Association Team Nominations

  • HOW TO – Nominate a Team

BOYS Team Nomination


Player Self-Registration to a Team

12U Player Registration

13U Player Registration

14U Player Registration

15U Player Registration

BOYS Player Registration


Officials Self-Registration

Coach Self-Registration

Manager Self-Registration

Umpire Self-Registration



For all your accommodation needs for the Nissan State Age in 2019, visit http://www.visitmoretonbayregion.com.au/.


Concussion Management Programme

Netball Queensland have partnered with the Headsmart Sports Concussion Programme to help manage concussion and the return to play process for Netballers of all ages across Queensland.  For a very small annual fee of $20, Netballers can undergo an online baseline assessment which will then provide valuable individualised feedback if they do suffer a head knock during the season.  This information will assist medical practitioners to accurately assess the player’s concussion status and capacity to return to play safely.  All of Netball Queensland’s elite programs, including the Lorna Jane Queensland Firebirds are using this programme and we would encourage all players to do the same.  For more information please review the information paper here. NQ and Headsmart Sports Concussion Programme



Sunshine Coast Council are an Official Partner of the 2020 Nissan State Age Championships