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International Netball Federation launches YouTube channel

The International Netball Federation has launched its own official channel on video-sharing website YouTube.

The channel will show action from the federation's major events including the Netball World Cup, Commonwealth Games and Fast5 – the shortened version of the game.

The channel will also bring coaching tips and rules advice as well as news of development schemes and interviews with top netballers .

The launch of the channel at YouTube.com/internationalnetball is being supported by internet technology company QTV Sports.

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