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    Half of Netball Australia and the Australian Super Netball league's staff have been temporarily stood down, in response to the growing impact of the coronavirus

    Half of Netball Australia and the Australian Super Netball league's staff have been temporarily stood down, in response to the growing impact of the coronavirus


    Those who remain will work reduced hours and take pay cuts, including Netball Australia chief executive Marne Fechner and Super Netball boss Chris Symington, who are also giving up 50 per cent of their salaries.

    The reductions will remain in place until May 31.

    Player's have also agreed to pay reductions, which will last five weeks.

    The 2020 Super Netball season has been postponed until at least June 30.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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