LET'S PLAY: What netball position were you born to play? Take this quiz to find out.

Thanks to our brand partner, Suncorp

If you’re a netballer, you’ll know one thing to be true: Netball is about so much more than passing a ball or getting your ‘three feet’ right.

Just as you bring your own unique personality onto the court when you pull on your bib, where you belong within your team can also shape the individual you are off the court.

There are so many wonderful qualities netballers take with them into real life, from confidence and resilience to committing to setting your own goals and being your best self for your team.

Your netball friends are friends for life, through crushing defeats and premiership success.

Yes, every position on the netball court is different, and needs a different type of person with their own strengths to complete the winning puzzle.

Leadership, patience, big picture thinking, speed, reliability, confidence, sportsmanship (and of course, height never hurts).

For success, all of these must come together.

So, which part do you play? Now, enough chatting… dive into the quiz below to find out which netball position you were born to play.


Which position did you match up with? Tell us in the comments!

For a great resource with useful advice to parents of teenage girls,head to the Suncorp  #TeamGirls website. Here you can access the #Teamgirls Toolkit a great downloadable resource that helps parents navigate those difficult conversations with their daughters when they say they want to quit playing sport, as well as articles about self-esteem, sport, social media, body image and other issues affecting teenage girls today. Sport builds confidence for life. Start playing, keep playing.

This content was created with thanks to our brand partner Suncorp #TeamGirls.


With the support of Netball Australia and ReachOut, Suncorp’s #TeamGirls initiative aims to encourage girls to start playing and keep playing sport, especially during their teenage years. Designed to promote the benefits of sport participation and the positive impact it can have on girls confidence, on and off the court, the program provides a range of resources and tools to help parents champion sport participation with their daughters. Learn more at