|Date||R||Thuis vs Uit||-|
|05/29 04:00||-||Melbourne Vixens vs Sunshine Coast Lightning||View|
|05/29 06:00||-||GIANTS Netball vs Adelaide Thunderbirds||View|
|Date||R||Thuis vs Uit||-|
|05/28 10:00||-||West Coast Fever vs Queensland Firebirds||68-72|
|05/28 08:00||-||Collingwood Magpies vs NSW Swifts||66-58|
|05/22 06:00||-||Collingwood Magpies vs Adelaide Thunderbirds||51-58|
|05/22 04:00||-||West Coast Fever vs GIANTS Netball||86-77|
|05/21 09:00||-||Melbourne Vixens vs NSW Swifts||59-53|
|05/21 07:00||-||Queensland Firebirds vs Sunshine Coast Lightning||57-81|
|05/18 10:00||-||Adelaide Thunderbirds vs Queensland Firebirds||68-55|
|05/18 08:00||-||Collingwood Magpies vs GIANTS Netball||60-69|
|05/17 10:00||-||West Coast Fever vs Melbourne Vixens||64-70|
|05/17 08:00||-||Sunshine Coast Lightning vs NSW Swifts||60-61|
|05/15 06:00||-||NSW Swifts vs Adelaide Thunderbirds||54-40|
|05/15 04:00||-||Collingwood Magpies vs Queensland Firebirds||70-63|
Suncorp Super Netball is the top level netball league featuring teams from Australia. In 2017 it replaced the ANZ Championship, which also included teams from New Zealand, as the top level netball league in Australia. Since 2019, the league has been governed, on behalf of Netball Australia, by an independent commission. Its main sponsor is Suncorp Group. In 2017, Sunshine Coast Lightning were the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball winners.
In May 2016, Netball Australia and Netball New Zealand announced that the ANZ Championship would be discontinued after the 2016 season. In Australia it was replaced by Suncorp Super Netball and in New Zealand it was replaced by the ANZ Premiership. The founding members of Suncorp Super Netball included the five former Australian ANZ Championship teams – Adelaide Thunderbirds, Melbourne Vixens, New South Wales Swifts, Queensland Firebirds and West Coast Fever – plus three brand new franchises; Collingwood Magpies, Giants Netball and Sunshine Coast Lightning.
With a team coached by Noeline Taurua, captained by Geva Mentor and also featuring Caitlin Bassett, Karla Pretorius and Stephanie Wood, Sunshine Coast Lightning finished the 2017 season as inaugural champions after defeating Giants Netball 65–48 in the grand final. In 2018 they retained the title after defeating West Coast Fever 62–59 in the grand final.
In 2019, Briony Akle guided New South Wales Swifts to their first Suncorp Super Netball title. Despite losing their new captain, Maddy Proud, to injury early in the season, Swifts finished the regular season in second place. In the major semi-final, they lost to Sunshine Coast Lightning. However, they then defeated Melbourne Vixens in the preliminary final. In the grand final they faced Lightning again but this time defeated them 64–47 to emerge as champions.
In 2020, with a team coached again by Simone McKinnis and co-captained by Kate Moloney and Liz Watson , Melbourne Vixens finished the season as both minor premiers and overall champions. In the Grand Final they defeated West Coast Fever 66–64.
In 2021 with a team coached by Briony Akle and co-captained by Maddy Proud and Paige Hadley, New South Wales Swifts won their second Suncorp Super Netball title. In the grand final they defeated Giants Netball 63–59.