Talks on INF scheduling
PRESSURE IS MOUNTING on the International Netball Federation (INF) to change the way it schedules matches for the Netball World Cup.
This year saw the top two teams in the world competing in the same pool, and netball member countries expressed their dissatisfaction with this at the INF’s congress, which was held in Australia in August 4 and 5.
Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago were the two countries particularly disadvantaged because of the match schedule, with T&T ending up in ninth overall while Barbados finished 13th.
Bajan team manager Vaneisha Cadogan attended that congress and told NATION SPORT that a lot of the discussion centred on the issue of the match scheduling.
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