The World Youth Netball Championships have now come to an end at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow.
It's the been an amazing 10 days of competition, a lot of memories and friends made. Massive congratulations to New Zealand who are the 2013 World Youth Netball Champions! Click here to check out the score and match reports from an exhilarating 10 days.
Click on the Match Results tab for the match results and images per day or click on the Live Stream tab to watch the games live.
Glasgow is proud to welcome the 7th World Youth Netball Championships to our world class national sports facility, the Emirates Arena, from 22 - 31 August 2013. This landmark event will see the sport of netball showcase its best players at Under 21 level from 20 countries around the world.
Teams for the 2013 Championships are confirmed and many of the world's top netball nations will be taking part! Visit the Championships sections of the website for full details.
Scotland’s netball community is ready to welcome the world this August and we hope you will be part of it by coming to watch the games, signing up to be a volunteer or learning about all the school, club and university engagement programmes designed to bring netball to every community in Scotland.
We know that the sport of netball will be at the core of this event; however we want all our international teams and guests to enjoy our beautiful country, our friendly people and the unique range of activities, culture and leisure the city of Glasgow has to offer.
This event is part of UK Sport’s Gold Event Series, UK Sport’s major events programme for the period 2013-2019 which targets the staging of 70 major events in the UK including up to 36 World and European Championships. Click here for more information.
This is a landmark moment for netball in Scotland as we prepare to witness our first world event since 1987 with the spectacular Emirates Arena providing a magnificent stage on which the global youth netball elite can demonstrate their skill, speed and ability.
We look forward to seeing you at the World Youth Netball Championships this August.
The Championships occur roughly every four years, the last occasion on the Cook Islands in 2009 when 20 teams battled it out until Australia emerged Gold medallists, New Zealand took Silver and Jamaica Bronze.
Locations of previous events have celebrated the global nature of the sport of netball with the Championships taking place in the US in 2005, in Wales in 2000, Canada in 1996, Fiji in 1992 and the inaugural event in Australia in 1988.